Gina Kiel's Rediscovery

Erotica // Monday, July 15, 2013
Inspired by the hypnotic sensory sounds of Daft Punk, New Zealand-based artist Gina Kiel created an incredibly sensual piece for San Francisco's Gauntlet Gallery in their recent exhibition "ReDiscovery," coinciding with the popular French electronica band's highly anticipated new album release. Kiel's sleek illustration depicts three female figures possessed by some electronic organism, each feeding off the other's intensely erotic form of ecstasy during an intimate moment of transformation from human to machine. Be sure to check out this piece and others from Kiel after the jump. 

Nychos: Girls and Guts

Erotica // Sunday, July 14, 2013
From his recent exhibition at Innerstate Gallery in Detroit, MI, Austria based artist Nychos melted some minds and hearts with his recent series of gore. Compiling his anatomic knowledge with sliced cross sections, x-ray peek-ins and detailed dissections “I’d Like To Meat You!” was a colorful exploration of new works on paper, canvas and wood highlighting Nychos’ skilled range across graffiti, illustration and street art. 

What it Means to be 100

Erotica // Saturday, July 13, 2013
If you ask this 100-year-old great grandma a question, there's a pretty good chance her response will include the word "dick." The reporter repeatedly tries to ask the New York City-area centurion innocent questions about her birthday, but she turns the conversation back to the male anatomy.

The Design of Arturo H Medrano

Erotica // Friday, July 12, 2013
Arturo H Medrano is a Brooklyn based graphic designer focusing on book covers, posters, record covers, and print design. He is attracted to world literature, world cinema, and punk from around the world.  His wide range of design based collages are both erotically intriguing and entertaining. 

Lizette by Sugar Los Angeles

Erotica // Thursday, July 11, 2013
Sugar Los Angeles captures some sensual black and white shots of model Lizette Sanchez in this shoot for C-Heads Magazine. Sugar Los Angeles' mission statement is as follows: 'These are regular people. Most of them work normal jobs just like the rest of us. Coffee shops, restaurants, teachers, etc. Beauty is everywhere. It’s our job to find it. Our goal is a simple one, create beautiful images. We focus on the person, not the camera. We dont retouch a single photograph. And sometimes we shoot in the dark. We like it that way.'

'Bathtub' by Katja Sonnewend

Erotica // Thursday, July 11, 2013
German photographer Katja Sonnewend's “Bathtub” is a self-portrait series shot in natural light in the bathroom of her apartment. 'In my mind polaroid photography is a sort of ritual. I think that our society celebrates the moment less and less.' Sonnewend is based in Berlin.  

Tom Wesselmann's Pop Art Nudes

Erotica // Thursday, July 11, 2013
'Tom Wesselmann was one of the leading American Pop artists of the 1960s, rejecting abstract expressionism in favor of the classical representations of the nude, still life, and landscape. He created collages and assemblages incorporating everyday objects and advertising ephemera in an effort to make images as powerful as the abstract expressionism he admired. He is perhaps best known for his Great American Nude series with their flat forms and intense colors.

Nil Ultra's Bunch of Dicks

Erotica // Thursday, July 11, 2013
Nil Ultra (Jason Moore) is a Los Angeles based artist and designer. His detail-oriented illustrative work shows a flair for blasphemy, the gruesome, and lots and lots of dicks.

Babe Blast

Erotica // Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Every now and then the department just needs to unload a huge post of babes on you guys. These ones come from a blog of Very Special Porn, which is exactly what it is purported to be. This post needs no further explanation. Prepare to be on blast.

Xavier Veilhan and the Human Geometry

Erotica // Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Xavier Veilhan uses three-dimensional scanning technology to represent the form and volume of human beings. The pieces are intentionally called "statues," a term that has fallen out of use within contemporary art production insofar as the monumentalisation of human beings in the form of statues has become almost obsolete. The statues are renderings of people in the artist's proximity, done with varying degrees of finish in materials such as ebony, silver, polyeurethane and polystyrene. Well aware of the ambiguity of the exhibition as form, Veilhan has integrated its discourse into his artistic practice. 


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