Harri Peccinotti

Erotica // Thursday, March 15, 2012
"Every photographer who's made a career out of pressing shutter buttons in front of beautiful women owes a great debt to Harri Peccinotti," writes Vice.com in their scintillating interview with the famed photographer himself. Suggestive without being overtly pornographic, Peccinotti celebrates the everyday, moment-to-moment sexuality of women, revealing the electrifying eroticism that lies beneath the most ordinary gestures and activities.

Terry Richardson's Bondage Babe

Erotica // Thursday, March 15, 2012
Another awesomely unsettling photo shoot from one of today's most prolific and compelling photographers, Terry Richardson. Known for his uncanny ability to cut to the raw essence of his subjects, his vision is at once humorous, tragic, beautiful, and provocative. Here he explores the disquieting theme of physical bondage, with a tinge of political commentary, from a facetiously exaggerated and erotic point of view.

Robert L. Schultz

Erotica // Thursday, March 15, 2012
Based in Madison, Wisconsin, classical artist Robert L. Schultz's masterfully rendered nude drawings have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the country. "The tension in my work is often sexual," says Schultz. "Sexuality sometimes seems like it's all that we're about. I like the play of sexuality, keeping people guessing and thinking about the artist, the model, whatever"

The Works of Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 15, 2012
Ida Tursic (Serbia) & Wilfried Mille (France) currently have an exhibition at Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels, but the duo's entire body of work is both a figurative and abstract look at sex, pop-culture, nature, and fame. Tursic and Mille now work in Dijon, France, creating large-format oil and silver works on canvas.

The Bird by Jason Last

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 14, 2012
'Moving image, moving fashion, fashion film all are names commonly used for a dialect of the visual language that, although not new, is rapidly on its way to becoming the most commonly used. Visual mastermind Nick Knight once said on the subject of moving image, 'When a fashion designer designs a piece of clothing, it is to be seen in movement'.”

Rajni Perera's Captive

Erotica // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Rajni Perera is a Toronto-based artist who could be living anywhere. She comes from Sri Lanka and grew up watching Robotech and Jurassic Park. Some of her many, varied influences include Rajput miniaturism, comics, cartoons, textile patterns from all over the world, the block prints of the Ukiyo-e, paleontology, astronomy and geometry.

The Bird

Erotica // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
'Moving image, moving fashion, fashion film all are names commonly used for a dialect of the visual language that, although not new, is rapidly on its way to becoming the most commonly used. Visual mastermind Nick Knight once said on the subject of moving image, “When a fashion designer designs a piece of clothing, it is to be seen in movement...”

Michael Rousseau's Classical Shadow

Erotica // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
'Individuality, taboo, vice, sex, beauty, power, impermanence, and more are explored in my work. I use the figure and objects as vehicles to translate these concepts. I strive to create images that portray my perception of culture and society and bridge the gap between classical and modern figurative painting. I am moving away from the literal “portraiture” of my earlier work toward a more open ended visual experience for the viewer.' Michael Rousseau

Girl and Boy

Erotica // Monday, March 12, 2012
Girl and Boy is the comic debut from independent artist, Andrew Tunney. Set in Manchester, England it charts the relationship of two young lovers; one called Girl, the other called Boy. "Girl and Boy goes where few comics have gone before…Tunney skillfully misdirects the reader then guides him/her through an unexpected arc from hedonism to heartbreak to self-discovery.”  

Alain Aslan Pin-Up Girl Skateboards

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 12, 2012
Brigitte, Kate and Martine are part of a series of 70s pin-ups from Lui magazine, as illustrated by Alain Aslan for Boom-Art, a gallery dedicated to board culture. Boom and Holenite Pool are reproducing 3 of these pin-ups as limited edition skate decks created by the famed french painter and sculptor, who has produced a huge body of extra- ordinary pinup art that is technically exquisite and playfully provocative.

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