Dita Von Teese by Olivia De Berardinis

Erotica // Monday, April 02, 2012
'I am a painter of women, sexualized, surreal women. People always ask me how I got into this business. What they really want to know is why I am such an anomaly, which I'm not. Men admire imagery of women and women admire imagery of women- from religious iconography to pop culture stars... Over the years, many women have come up to me and told me about their drawings of women and the mixed reactions they get. I think it's strange that women aren't known for this genre, since it is ours to know.' Dita Von Teese by Olivia De Berardinis

Viner Studio: Lust for Music

Erotica // Monday, April 02, 2012
Jonathan Viner is the creative hand behind Viner studios. As an accredited artist and painter, Viner's upbringing was spead along the east coast, then eventually brought him into art school, receiving a BFA from Rhode Island Shool of Design. He currently lives and works in NY, creating gorgeous works on paper and canvas, much like his recent series of sensual female nudes, all engulfed in their own musical habitats.

The erotic illustration work of John Ryan Solis

Erotica // Monday, April 02, 2012
John Ryan Solis was born and raised in the outskirts of New York City and he graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2008, with a BFA in Illustration. He is now masterfully utilizing his talent and klowledge to create some playfully provocative drawings for both gallery shows and personal purposes as well.

Brad Loudon

Erotica // Monday, April 02, 2012
Born in 1993, Brad Loudon is a young artist based in Brisbane, Australia, who is currently finishing his first year in fine arts at Griffith University. Loudon works primarily in pen and pencil to create eerily intimate yet unsettling images of the human form, and draws his inspiration from illustrious erotic artists such as Aubrey Beardsley, Betty Tompkins, Jenny Saville, and Ryan McGinley.

The Work of Henry Asencio

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 02, 2012
Henry Asencio's artwork reveals a contemporary dialogue between the material and the spiritual--the artist, his subject and his subconscious visions derived therein. Agitated by extreme texture and intentional use of color, Henry Asencio unravels an unspoken narrative replete with seemingly incongruent, yet harmonious ideals of quietude and fascinations of that which intensifies the moment.

Easy Like an April Fool

Erotica // Sunday, April 01, 2012
Spring is in the air on this lovely April 1st, but when it comes to bringing you a totally hot babe for your Sunday morning viewing pleasure, we don't fool around. In this week's edition of Easy Like Sunday Morning we take you back to 1972 with the stunning Paula Pritchett, an all-natural beauty with a piercing gaze that will penetrate the depths of your soul... Wishing you a seriously sexy April Fool's. xxx

Collages by Linder (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 01, 2012
Linder is a female artist born in Liverpool and currently living and working in Heysham. Her collages are abrasive and provocative. Highly erotic imagery juxtaposed alongside aggressively gendered icons results in a critique that is both uncomfortable and potentially humorous in its extreme sexuality and exaggerated physical desire

The Muse

Erotica // Saturday, March 31, 2012
'The Muse' is another film put out by my favorite fancy lil lingere company, Agent Provocateur, starring Mylene Jampanoï in their Spring Summer 2012 campaign. This film shows a softer, more romantic type of erotica, mixed with feminine sensuality, romanticism and the sexuality of The Muse in the arts.

Tropical Dreaming with Mariya Polyarush

Erotica // Friday, March 30, 2012
Capturing the love and desire in our primal instincts, kissed by the sunlight and adorned by the elements in our natural environment, Ukraine based photographer Mariya Polyarush depicts the beauty in the freeing moments of letting it all go. Gorgeous, saturated daydreams and environmental lust.

Henry Asencio

Erotica // Friday, March 30, 2012
Henry Asencio's artwork reveals a contemporary dialogue between the material and the spiritual--the artist, his subject and his subconscious visions derived therein. Agitated by extreme texture and intentional use of color, Henry Asencio unravels an unspoken narrative replete with seemingly incongruent, yet harmonious ideals of quietude and fascinations of that which intensifies the moment.

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