Sex + Design

Erotica // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
New!! Sex + Design blog has put out a real life beautiful coffee table art book entitled 'Foreplay', featuring the work and writing of many great talents on the messy, fun, impulsive, articulated, sophisticated, purposeful and beautiful side of life. “If you go home with somebody, and they don't have books, don't f*&$ them.” John Waters

Oh Terrywood...

Erotica // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
In honor of Terry Richardson's current show 'TERRYWOOD' up at OHWOW in Los Angeles, we bring you a classic shot by Richardson of Camille Rowe, for Purple #7. 'Terry Richardson’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, titled TERRYWOOD, presents over 25 of his latest photographs. Inspired by the multiple facets of Hollywood life, TERRYWOOD unveils a series of images of the famous locale, as seen through Richardson’s eyes.'

Top 20 Erotic Audrey Kawasaki Works (NSFW)

Top List // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Audrey Kawasaki has created a space for her sensual, seductive, and sometimes promiscuous work in Juxtapoz's artist landscape. What can we say… we like it. Enjoy Ms. Kawasaki's top 20 erotic works. Perhaps by yourself.

Office Exhibitionism (NSFW)

Erotica // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
We all know office copy machines are only good for one thing: shameless exhibitionism. It may be taboo, but there's something enticingly naughty about showing some skin in the workplace, not that we're trying to give you any funny ideas for spicing up your Wednesday morning at work...

Steven Kenny

Erotica // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
From an early age the beauty and mystery of nature have deeply influenced artist Steven Kenny's subject matter. His rich, allegorical compositions, often described as Baroque surrealism, combine the human figure with elements of nature to comment on our interactions with the environment while symbolically alluding to the dynamics of human nature in general.

Tom Bianchi

Erotica // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Based in Palm Springs, CA, artist, photographer, and writer Tom Bianchi was born and raised in suburbs of Chicago, later becoming a corporate attorney and moving to New York City. He was quickly seduced by the city's art community and held his first one-man painting show in 1980. Bianchi is currently working on several book projects as well as a musical stage presentation of selected poems from his book "Men I've Loved."

Ray Caesar and his Ghosts

Erotica // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
"People think I paint pictures of children," says Ray Caesar, emphatically adding, "I don't!" As the Toronto-based artist explains, "I paint pictures of the human soul... that alluring image of the hidden part of ourselves. Some call them ghosts or spirits, but I see them as the image of who we truly are, made manifest with all the objects nad bruises that filled the story of each life."

Patrick Nagel: A Career View

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
At any time there are few who give form and meaning to their generation. Patrick Nagel has created one of the most memorable archives of images to appear in the last four decades. His emergence as one of the gifted few stemmed from his unique vision of the contemporary woman. Handling color with rare originality and freedom, he continually simplified his designs to greater effect. His work embodies the roots of early 20th century graphic design while giving shape to current trends in fashion and music.

Patrick Nagel's Erotic Career

Erotica // Monday, March 05, 2012
At any time there are few who give form and meaning to their generation. Patrick Nagel has created one of the most memorable archives of images to appear in the last four decades. His emergence as one of the gifted few stemmed from his unique vision of the contemporary woman. Handling color with rare originality and freedom, he continually simplified his designs to greater effect. His work embodies the roots of early 20th century graphic design while giving shape to current trends in fashion and music.

She's My Cherry Pie

Erotica // Monday, March 05, 2012
Born in 1964 and living in Southern California, contemporary oil painter Michael Hussar creates a surreal world of ghoulish, provocative and often somewhat objectionable portraits of pale, disfigured characters often in a state of extreme despondency. Michael studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.

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