Erotica by Lauren YS

Erotica // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Lauren YS (b. Denver, CO) is an artist and illustrator based in SF/Bay Area. Her work attempts to communicate the unseen and interrogate the escapist impulse. Lauren likes robots, guts and tentacled things.

Mike Spears' Erotic Snaps

Erotica // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Mike Spears was born in the lovely state of Indiana and later grew up in Puerto Rico. He went to film school at Boston University, where his passion for the provocative developed. Brooklyn has been his home since 1999 and is the base for most of his erotic photography work.

Lobbiaz: Babes on Film

Erotica // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Lobbiaz is a Fench photographer based in Paris that specializes in shooting seductive and provocative images in both digital and analogic formats. 'I try to make the photo when I shoot, not afterwards...;  

More Calligraphy on Girls

Erotica // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Fierce Frog Films has released a second firl from their fierce calligraphic project where the artist Senia, aka "Pokras Lampas," applies gorgeous calligraphy to the model Tania. Photographer Alexandr Popov, aka, "el Nalima," has captured a beautiful, sensous film of the process and after-effects of this project. The crossing of these two disciplines--typography and body art--has created a beautifully dynamic and sensuous  product. 

Neke Carson's Bizarre Painting Style

Erotica // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Neke Carson was born and grew up in Dallas, Texas. After attending RISD he came to new York City and got involved with the Andy Warhol Factory. He now appears in Warhol's films and photographs, painting Andy's portrait at the factory. These particular images capture Carson performing the astounding act of painting with his butt, something we've never seen before and sort of hope never to see again. 

Tru$t Fun's Glory Scarves

Erotica // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
This sexy, colorful photoshoot showing off Tru$t Fun's "Glory Scarves" is a delicious concept. "Each individual scarf is a mathematically valid fractal, painstakingly created by entering a series of numbers and equations into a computer." The contrast of the lithe, bare bodies and these wildly-patterned scarves gives a sense of tribal costumery. These photos are primal and luxurious, a fresh concept for a fresh product. 

Neryl Walker's Women

Erotica // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Neryl Walker is an Australian-born illustrator who loves to draw women. Armed with a degree in Graphic Design, she followed her passion for drawing and painting. Her strong, playful women can be foudn on Bare Escentuals and Bloom Cosmetics and she has made her mark inadvertising and publishing in the US, UK, Europe, Japan and Australia. Her work has been incldued in Luerzer's Archive top 200 illustrators. 

Pop Profiles & Pink Skins by Maria Herreros

Erotica // Monday, June 10, 2013
Spanish Illustrator Maria Herreros likes to keep things simple and intuitive, favoring the immediacy of sketching on the go and the ease of materials she can slip from her purse. She devotes as much time to the drawing process as she does to disseminating and advertising her work,  which is unsurprising considering the warm reception she's received and the wide audience she's attracted. Herreros' fun, pop-culture infused illustrations are inspired by classic movies and the work of various American photographers such as William Eggleston.

Yamasuki Yamazaki

Erotica // Monday, June 10, 2013
We hope you enjoy this infectiously joyous and sweetly naughty animation from filmmaker and mask designer Shishi Yamazaki. After entering the Department of Design at the Tokyo University of the Arts, Yamazaki began experimenting with rotoscope animation using hand drawn watercolor paintings for each animated cel. Additionally, in May of 2010, this superbly talented multi-disciplinary artist began working on her lifelong project: creating one face mask each and every day of the year for years to come.

Nude Portraits by Matthew Gaynor

Erotica // Monday, June 10, 2013
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Matthew Gaynor received a BA in Art from Yale College in 1982, and an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University in 1988. Since graduating he has divided his time between teaching graphic design and consulting through his design firm, Emspace. Gaynor is currently an arts professor and faculty member of the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and he is concurrently pursuing his passion for photographic portraiture through the use of local actors, musicians, dancers, and friends as his models.

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