Jose Ignacio Romussi Murphy

Erotica // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The threaded dancers of Jose Ignacio Romussi Murphy are a wonderful reincarnation of the vintage photographs and images Jose uses in his work. Jose was born in Santiago, Chile in 1979 and now collects images from different old fashion magazines, integrating embroidery over the already gorgeous images. He is currently living in New York City.

Daniel Caballero: Freaking Lovely

Erotica // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
As a digital artist, Daniel Caballero creates striking vector illustrations and portraits of dark haired beauties- often expressing emotional or personal turmoil in his sometimes macabre compositions. Daniel is a creative out in Spain, granting us with some sexy and erotically rendered females to share.

Chris Heads Photography

Erotica // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Chris Heads is a photographer born in London and living between Milan and New York. His photographs, particularly fashion and female portraits, have a wonderfully youthful, blunt and colorful glow. Chris Heads has been published in many magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Elle, Glamour, GQ, Esquire and more. He also worked for many brands such as Levi’s, Miss Selfrige, Galeries Lafayette...

Naughty Holiday Cookies

Erotica // Monday, December 24, 2012
Those Cookies are at it again thanks to the Swedish company Pipparkakan for making some naughty cutters. They say 'How about serving breakfast in bed with hot Kama Sutra toast or why not invite friends over for a lovely brunch with enticing fried eggs? We honor out gingerbread pigs and goats, but now they are finally here, the gingerbread cutters that make the Christmas tree rise and the candles glow.'

Vaccuum- A Fashion Film

Erotica // Monday, December 24, 2012
Sinlogo presents 'Vacuum', a slightly abstracted and bizarre fashion film for Fernanda Quilici that was directed by Alois Di Leo and produced by Caroline Gonzaga. The model in the film is the lovely Manoela Zachow and the fshion designer is Fernanda Quilici. This is just something you'll have to watch for yourself...

Stefan Dunlop's Sunday Painter

Erotica // Monday, December 24, 2012
Born and raised in New Zealand, Stefan Dunlop now lives and works in Australia. He has studied at a number of institutions and most recently at the New York Studio School of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture and the Slade School of Fine Art, London. Stefan has exhibited in London, Prague, New York, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Sydney.

Ellen Rogers: Sultry Analog Photography

Erotica // Monday, December 24, 2012
Ellen Rogers is a London-based all analogue photographer and filmmaker. To date she has been featured and interviewed in numerous magazines such as i-D, Vice, Tank, Dazed And Confused, Vice and many others. She has a monthly article at called ‘Sepulchral’ where she talks candidly about life as an analogue photographer. Last year Ellen released her first book of photographs named ‘Aberrant Necropolis’ charting her first 2 years of fashion photography.

L'Homme Grotesque from Klesha Productions

Erotica // Sunday, December 23, 2012
'One day I dreamed a mouth that spoke to me from the heart of the galaxy. The geometric lines that composed it were fractals that intersected with a regular intervals. This voice was singing a Mantra in an unknown language: i did not understand the meaning of his words but I could snatch the essence of his voice.Informed me that the human was lifeform most anomalous of all the Cosmos: the perfection of the body, the mind irrationality and our false perception of time...

Christopher Ulrich @ La Luz de Jesus, LA

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 23, 2012
Christopher Ulrich is a painter of surreal, iconographic images. He is influenced by the richness of ancient mythology, the mystery of alchemy, and the vastness of cosmic reality. Illuminating this dark journey with insight, heart and determination he strives to understand the unraveling revelation that reveals itself in the work. The iconic baroque resin paintings of Ulrich are now showing at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Hollywood, CA.

Mark Mulroney: Carved Women

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 22, 2012
On a lighter note, some carved wooden sculptures of women, in every shape and size from New York based artist Mark Mulroney (featured in July 2011). In his artist statement, he explains, “People don’t want to die, and they want to have sex.” In regards to this, Mark states, 'I think almost all art is about looking at death and trying to defy it somehow. Having sex is a way of defying death. I make work about these things because they are what interests me...


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