Soraya Doolbaz offers up a bevy of dick pics but with a twist. For Doolbaz, the penis is more like a model with an alter ego. Instead of shooting it in its natural state, she creates characters, using unique wardrobe, set designs, and professional lighting tricks.
OneQ is a perfect example of how our image-laden society, along with her early artistic influences, can cultivate an imaginative mind. The accessories, positioning, and come-hither glances give each character that sultry and provocative feel.
From vampires and werewolves to wealthy bondage aficionados, looks like Bigfoot porn has now made its way into our consciousness. And you know what they say—once you go hairy, you never go back.
Masami Teraoka believes everything in human life relates to sexuality. As an artist, he feels compelled in breaking down barriers and pushing boundaries and taboos. Born is Japan in 1936, Masami Teroaka moved to the US during the 1960’s and began illustrating provocative subject matter.
Sharing is caring. If you and your partner are so inclined to, share the Esse experience with your special friend. Put ‘em high, put ’em low! The balance and versatility of this Shape ensure the Eiffel Tower will not tumble and the view from up top is unparalleled. Forming a train? The hills make for a more exciting ride.
Chéri Hérouard was ahead of the times and used the cultural attitudes as an inspiration to perfectly capture Parisian society participating on the fringe of sexual expression. Here’s a tribute to the French illustrator and artist who was famous for creating sadomasochistic “spanking novels.”
London’s Lawrence Alkin gallery recently exhibited Paramour, a provocative, erotic art series created by Nick Smith. Using Pantone® styled color paint chips, Smith fashions them together along with words and text from Shakespeare and other romantic novels. The images are accompanied by flowing text where the number of words equals the total of color chips.