The Work of John Kacere

Erotica // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
John Kacere (b. 1920 - d. 1999) was an American Abstract-Expressionist who moved to Photorealism in 1963. For the majority of his career his paintings exclusively portrayed larger than life size female mid-sections draped in lingerie, and it's this body of photorealistic work that elevated him as an icon of the photorealist movement.

Let Me Show You My Secrets

Erotica // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Self-taught visual artist Glenn Arthur shares his creative process with "Let Me Show You My Secrets," a beautifully rendered acrylic painting on wood. Born in 1979, Arthur grew up in a conservative religious household with little to no artistic encouragement. He came into painting later in life, creatively flourishing in his new medium and quickly realizing that art was his calling.

Helmut Newton's Vintage Beauty

Erotica // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Helmut Newton (b. 1920 - d. 2004) was a prolific German-Australian photographer. His provocative and sexually charged black and white photos were widely respected and imitated, establishing a highly recognizable style marked by erotic, high contrast scenes with sadomasochistic and fetishistic subtexts.

Nerdy Burlesque

Erotica // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Nerdcore hip hop artist Schaffer the Darklord and vaudevillian Nelson Lugo shamelessly and lovingly embrace their geekiest interests to produce and host epic evenings of nerd-themed burlesque with Epic Win. Topics such as video games, comic books, movies, and cartoons are explored and celebrated in the most awesome way imaginable... with boobies!

The "Dark Religon" Work of Saturno Butto (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
The work of Saturno Butto throws a personal interpretation of sacred formal European technical expertise and is reminiscent of the great masters of our time. Rituals figured, tableaux vivants, neo-Gothic altar pieces are themes in the masterful creations with which the artist explores the fascinating mysteries has always been inspired by, "dark religion", the body's innate sensuality and his deep spirituality.

Innocent, In a Way

Erotica // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Alberto Mielgo is the art director on Disney’s upcoming Tron TV series, and an avid erotic painter as well. This short documentary directed by Alexis Wanneroy takes a look at the creation of one of Mielgo’s recent paintings, in which porn actress Belladonna modeled for him. It's a fascinating look at the artistic process of one of the most original artists working in animation today and a confrontation on the taboos of sex and erotic art.

A S T R A L + L O G I C

Erotica // Monday, January 23, 2012
Spr Fkr is doing a new 2012 collection of erotic astrological signs, meet---Aquarius. This is the first installment of Spr Fkr's new astrological series- more gorgeous, galactic lust to come. x

Saturno Butto's Dark Religion

Erotica // Monday, January 23, 2012
The work of Saturno Butto throws a personal interpretation of sacred formal European technical expertise and is reminiscent of the great masters of our time. Rituals figured, tableaux vivants, neo-Gothic altar pieces are themes in the masterful creations with which the artist explores the fascinating mysteries has always been inspired by, "dark religion", the body's innate sensuality and his deep spirituality.

Matias Araoz: Art and Robbery

Erotica // Monday, January 23, 2012
'My name is Matias Araoz and I am an illustrator, graphic designer and tattoo apprentice. I am in love with doing things for the things i am in love with. That translates into drawing and reading a lot, puting up art shows and making zines. From time to time i make clothes too. I rarelly sleep.'

Easy Like Spring

Erotica // Sunday, January 22, 2012
For this weekend's Easy Like Sunday Morning, we'll take a break from January's wintry chill and cast our thoughts forward into the pleasant warmth of spring, when all of nature is abloom and thriving, and pretty young things with blue eyes and milky skin frolic naked and carefree through the flourishing fields. At least, that's what we like to imagine...

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