Heather Benjamin's Awesome & Bizarre Work

Erotica // Saturday, September 15, 2012
Illustrator Heather Benjamin creates some striking, often gory, always unique, cant-look-away drawings. Sexual themes are abundant in her work with touches of gore and morbidness, themes of which are not often associated with most erotic work. Check out Heather Benjamin's illustrations which she appropriately titled, "Sad Sex".

The Erotic Work of INSA

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
“INSA’s work, contray to some at first glace, speaks to an inquisitive and informed viewship. His beautiful women flaunting oiled skin and high heels or name brand sneakers serve as modern icons and symbols of our lavish and unsustainable, even unhealthy, lifestyle."

INSA's Erotic Works

Erotica // Friday, September 14, 2012
“INSA’s work, contray to some at first glace, speaks to an inquisitive and informed viewship. His beautiful women flaunting oiled skin and high heels or name brand sneakers serve as modern icons and symbols of our lavish and unsustainable, even unhealthy, lifestyle."

Serge Birault's Animated Ladies

Erotica // Friday, September 14, 2012
Serge Birault is an animator whose worked on advertisements, book covers, and games for over a decade. Here we have some of his work involving busty female characters in some interesting and unique scenarios.

Supreme Polaroids

Erotica // Friday, September 14, 2012
Polaroid film always gives an edgy, nostalgic feel to photos and we love the way Kenneth Capello uses the medium to capture the ever so sexy Tera Patrick. Check out this series of Tera posing seductively rocking Supreme merch in the classic polaroid film style you know and love.  

The Works of Suzannah Sinclair

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 13, 2012
This isn't the first time we have talked about the work of Suzannah Sinclair, and it won't be the last. With memories of classic 1970's erotica, done in watercolors and pencil, the work of the Maine-based fine artist feels nostalgic to a more subtle era of sexuality and nude work. No props, just beautiful subjects with classic rendering chops. 

The Printer's Devil Collection

Erotica // Thursday, September 13, 2012
'This is the 21st Century. People are different, they are varied, they are a diverse crowd of individuals. People long to be unique. This is an increasingly postmodernist population who are not easily shocked and who not only tolerate edgy design but are enthralled by it. So with that in mind, this  series celebrates the alternative lifestyle. A mixture of decadence, individuality, beauty and hedonism. This is the first Printer's Devil collection. Enjoy!'

The Republican Guide to the Female Anatomy

Erotica // Thursday, September 13, 2012
There's a lot going on in politics these days, with the Presidential debates and the election right around the corner, and strangely enough, that means there's a lot going on in regards to women's rights. 'Despite being mostly old men, Republican pundits and legislators seem to know a lot about the female anatomy. None of it's backed up by science, of course, but it's sure delivered convincingly. We've rounded up some of the better quotes to better help you understand...

GNL Studios

Erotica // Thursday, September 13, 2012
GNL Studios is a photography studio created by Steven Gomillion & Dennis Leupold. The New Yorker studio started working in 2006 on fashion photography for both commercial and editorial purposes. They quickly gained in notoriety, shooting some stars like Jennifer Love Hewitt or Lindsay Lohan, creating increasingly provocative and gorgeously sexualized fashion work.

Raymond Bertrand

Erotica // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Raymond Bertrand is a somewhat obscure French illustrator and artist whose work ranges from the pornographic to science fiction. Eric Losfeld published a book with art by Bertrand titled Dessins Erotique II (with texte by Hibert Juin) in 1971 (shown here) and Bertrand did the illustrations ofor the original publications of the erotoc-pornographic Emmanuelle novels. Bertrand is a somewhat elusive and shadowy figure...

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