Jedrek Kostecki's Provocative Images

Erotica // Monday, March 04, 2013
Hailing from Warsaw, Poland, Jędrek Kostecki captures the essence of sexuality, lust and seduction through his photographic gaze. His portfolio ranges from micro to macro images, usually highlighting the female form, with the exposure of as much skin as possible, I'm not complaining. Sweet, sweet seduction... you win once again. 

Lust After: Agata Nowicka

Erotica // Saturday, March 02, 2013
Agata Nowicka is a comic illustrator and graphic artist and her illustrations have been featured internationally in publications such as Elle, High Heels, Cross, Your Style, Exklusiv, and most recently the American New Yorker and the New York Times. She has had numerous exhibitions in Poland and abroad and is actively involved in the promotion of Polish illustrators and collaborated to create the exhibition ILLUSTRATION EN (Sinfonia Varsovia, 2010).

Galore Mag: Tweedly Dee

Erotica // Friday, March 01, 2013
In this adorabe vintage inspired video that Galore Mag released entitled Tweedly Dee, prepare to travel back into the lustful days of black and white cinematography, corsets, whips and all the best things about early erotica. Galore Mag did a partnership with Fredricks of Hollywood and made this cute scene starring The Red Bunny and Caroline Pires.

Pieter Henket's Cinematic Lust

Erotica // Friday, March 01, 2013
Pieter Henket’s images, an encounter between his eyes and the eyes of his characters, form a (celebrity-worshipping) narrative, comprehensible and deadon hip. An autodidact, Henket, today merely 33 years old, is fascinated with capturing the image as if it were a still, with all its cinematographic characteristics and thus hard to copy, Henket evokes electric vibes. These images are on the rocky edge but remain mysteriously narrative.  

Sarah Hardacre's ‘Gentlemen Discovered’

Erotica // Friday, March 01, 2013
This recent work by Sarah Hardacre features collage appropriated photos of tower blocks (in Salford) with images cut from second hand pornographic magazines. These were showing at the London Art Fair (19-23 January) as part of Paul Stolper‘s presentation. Sarah Hardacre, ‘Gentlemen Discovered’ is a photo screenprint on Somerset grey velvet paper, edition of 15. 2010.

Tim Wilson's Booty Man

Erotica // Thursday, February 28, 2013
I don't usually do this (I know, that's what they all say) but this incredible portrayal of erotic art comes in the form of audial stimulation and is arguably one of the best songs on the topic of 'The Booty' that has ever existed to date. You're going to have to pay close attention to this one, and turn it up. Thank you Tim Wilson for this fine piece of music for our wiggling pleasure.

Candy Coated Lip GIF's

Erotica // Thursday, February 28, 2013
If this doesn't make your heart skip a beat and immediatley send you into sweetness induced seizures then I don't know what will. I never thought I'd say this, but I think I'm having a luscious lip overload after watching these incredibly saturated and sped-up GIFs, but I just can't stop staring.

A Classic Nude Study

Erotica // Thursday, February 28, 2013
In this gorgeous depiction of contrast and skin, the nude form is still one of the most simple and classic images to capture. From Risen Phoenix, this study of the nude figure is also a portrayal of the vast differences that exist among us visually. Love.

SuTurno, Lipstick and Nail Polish

Erotica // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Wall Street Crash of 1929 provoked a spectacular growth of lipstick sales as a quick remedy to cheer up those hard times. Nowadays, with the current economic crisis, the story seems to repeat itself and nail polish obtains sales records. This new collection of scarves by SuTurno finds inspiration in those years, the 30?s glamour, Busby Berkeley’s choreographies, the surrealist humor of Elsa Schiaparelly and also in Joan Blondell, the blonde American actress ...

Judgements from Rosea Posey

Erotica // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Examining the set standards that have developed, through religon, society, tradition and opinion, Rosea Posey explores the different judgements that are placed on a woman, simply by the length of her skirt. This can open up a wide range of dialog about sexuality, preconceptions and oppression- as she was trying to do. So now, go ahead- talk amongst yourselves. I'm gonna keep on wearing what I'm wearing. x


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