The Everyday Erotics of Michal Brezinsky

Erotica // Saturday, July 28, 2012
  Michal Brezinsky is a 26 year old photographer from Wroclaw, Poland. Brezinsky draws inspiration from the quotidian, taking snapshots of everyday life so as not to forget. For Michal this also means documenting intimate scenes with a female counterpart...

Kozyndan's Underwater Erotica

Erotica // Friday, July 27, 2012
'kozyndan are husband-and-wife artists who work collaboratively to create highly detailed paintings and drawings for both illustration and fine art. They are obsessed with the ocean and being underwater and hope to someday come to rest at the bottom of the sea and slowly be devoured by deep creatures over many years.' This obsession with the ocean manifests itself not only in the duo's illustrative work but also in an extensive series of underwater nudes.

Say Cheese with Brunch Erotico

Erotica // Friday, July 27, 2012
  Brunch Erotico isn't afraid to mix his erotica with humor. It's hard not to crack a smile at a topless girl suggestively holding a phallus-like camera. Who's to say something that makes you laugh can't also turn you on?

Red Tights by Angela C

Erotica // Friday, July 27, 2012
We don't know much about Italian photographer Angela C, but we like what we see in this shot of a girl in nothing but tights. A nice play between which parts of the body are revealed and concealed shows that sometimes what's left unseen becomes all the more titillating.

Ryan McGinley for Bat For Lashes' "The Haunted Man" (NSFW)

Music // Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Famed NYC photographer, Ryan McGinley, is no stranger to music photography. His haunting series following Morrissey as well as his recent Grids series at Team Gallery all capture music culture in unique ways. McGinley recently shot the cover of Bat For Lashes' newest comeback LP, The Haunted Man. A sliver of nudity after the jump . . . 

Timelapse: Maisie Broadhead Makes a Hall & Adamson

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 23, 2012
The genre, style, and concept that is the timelapse video is growing up before our very eyes, and becoming an experimental art form in ways that we are finding more and more intriguing everyday. Take this brilliant timelapse by Maisie Broadhead, in collaboration with Jack Cole, where we watch a unique recreation of a 1844 photographic print by Hill and Adamson.

Famous Faces Behind the Scenes Captured by Michael Tighe

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 21, 2012
Faces are the main way people are recognized, unless you suffer from prosopagnosia (a disorder that the famed painter Chuck Close is diagnosed with). The power of the face is what makes images of pop culture celebrities so compelling: they speak to the masses in a way that many other images cannot. What is great about these photographs by Michael Tighe is seeing these iconic faces out of their usual contexts and often times capturing the movie stars in their personal homes.

The Tattooed Cyclist

Tattoo // Saturday, July 21, 2012
A nice shot by Toronto-based photographer Thomas Dagg of a tatted-up local named Andrew R.

Manuel Diumenjó's Impressionistic Nudes

Erotica // Friday, July 20, 2012
Fashion photographer Manuel Diumenjó captures an impressionistic series of black and white nudes in which he closely crops portions of the body. Divorced from their bodily context and yet still suggestive of various erotic zones, Diumenjó's female forms are almost completely abstracted while maintaining their fleshly sensuousness. He is based in Barcelona, Spain.

Jean-Jacques André's Erotic Classicism

Erotica // Friday, July 20, 2012
Jean-Jacques André was born in Marseilles, France in 1932. A photographer for over 50 years, André specializes in portraiture and artistic nude photomontage. His photographs juxtapose the softness and sensuousness of the female form with the cold stone of ancient sculpture and architectural forms. For André, photomontage 'permits [him] to recall past experiences, create new ones, search back into memories, and look forward into an imaginary future.'

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