Havana Heat

Erotica // Monday, November 12, 2012
Havana Heat is a steamy love letter to Good Books in the bodice-ripping language made famous by Mills & Boon books. Animated by world-famous duo Mcbess and Simon of The Mill in London (LIA 2012 Post Production Company of the Year), Havana Heat joins an earlier film, Metamorphosis in the Great Writers series, building on the concept of telling the Good Books story in the style of some of the world's greatest authors.

Emma Jane Menteath for Hunter Magazine

Erotica // Monday, November 12, 2012
Sultry, seductive and steamy shoot of Emma Jane Menteath for the new Hunter Magazine #21 (Fall 2012; Italy). Gorgeously provocative, high contrast, super-saturated erotica as shot by the talented Matilda Finn. LOVE the final products for this lengthy spread with all of the hetero sex appeal.

Naked Love: Eva’s Garden

Erotica // Monday, November 12, 2012
Naked Love: An Erotic Animated Film in Production is  an explicit, animated short film that is revealed in installments online as the film develops by Sara Koppel (director and animator). Once finished, every minute of film wil be completley hand drawn, making up approximately 720 separete drawings. Naked Love: Eva’s Garden is the first chapter (of seven that will comprise the entire film), and has been shown at erotic film fests around the world.

Keith P. Rein's Erotica

Erotica // Monday, November 12, 2012
Keith P. Rein is an American illustrator, based in Athens, Georgia. He has become known under the nickname of “The P is for Penis", which tends to describe the erotic tendencies in his work. Keith's playful pieces surge with strong sexual connotations, and while bordering on pornographic, the women he depicts are usually caught in the act of everyday activities.

The Works of Catherine Abel

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 11, 2012
Creating erotic female portraits, Catherine Abel places her figures into stylized scenes inspired by large artistic movements. Working to combine the angular shapes of 20th century painting with modern female sexuality, Abel's portraits (whose faces almost resemble demure versions of Christian Schad's) re-insert women into the history of Modern painting.

Erotic Portraits from Catherine Abel

Erotica // Saturday, November 10, 2012
Creating erotic female portraits, Catherine Abel places her figures into stylized scenes inspired by large artistic movements. Working to combine the angular shapes of 20th century painting with modern female sexuality, Abel's portraits (whose faces almost resemble demure versions of Christian Schad's) re-insert women into the history of Modern painting.

Pipe Cleaner Eroticism by Don Porcella

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 10, 2012
NYC artist Don Porcella creates erotic (and non-erotic too) sculptures and installations using "low-brow" materials like pipe-cleaners and wax. The recipient of many prizes and fellowships, Porcella aims to poke fun at the absurdities of consumer culture and the human condition through comically awkward and decidedly unsexy nudes.

Pipe-Cleaner Erotica from Don Porcella

Erotica // Friday, November 09, 2012
NYC artist Don Porcella creates erotic (and non-erotic too) sculptures and installations using "low-brow" materials like pipe-cleaners and wax. The recipient of many prizes and fellowships, Porcella aims to poke fun at the absurdities of consumer culture and the human condition through comically awkward and decidedly unsexy nudes.

Disney Pin-ups From Virginie Siveton

Erotica // Friday, November 09, 2012
Virginie Siveton is a French artist and graphic designer who creates sexy tattooed cartoon pinups using the Disney princesses. Humorous and witty, Siveton's pin-ups take the helpless Disney damsels and exaggerate their features, simultaneously creating a set of truly badass babes and poking fun at the comparatively lame originals.

Flesh by Diederik Klomberg

Erotica // Friday, November 09, 2012
In this slow-burning video by Diederik Klomberg, the human anatomy's openings, folds and surfaces subtly morph into one another. The piece becomes a kind of guessing game, as one orifice blends into the next, with the extreme close-up format presenting even further ambiguity and confusion. Klomberg is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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