Attention emerging musicians, erotic photographers, filmmakers and fine artists. Liberator is now having a “Call for Artists.” We support art, in all its forms, and we would love to help you reach an audience of appreciative fans.
London’s Lawrence Alkin gallery recently exhibited Paramour, a provocative, erotic art series created by Nick Smith. Using Pantone® 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.
Hilde Atalanta is the creative force behind the Vulva Gallery. Her popular website showcases a series of adorable illustrations of zoomed in vulvas. An empowering artist, Hilde Atalanta is using her art for celebrating the diversity of female genitalia. Her inspiring messages along with whimsical illustrations is teaching women to be more accepting of their vulvas.
Feel the temperature rise while feasting your eyes on frisky, naked women in all kinds of simmering scenarios. We’ve gotta warn you, though, most of the photographs are NSFW. So, if you’re caught looking simply remind the boss you’re crazy from the heat.
The classic pin-up style has long been an American obsession and is aesthetically evolving since the cheeky cheesecake days. Artists like Raffaele Marinetti are changing the way pin-up art looks. Not only are his characters powerful, they have a dimensional quality mixed with the classic centerfold stylings.
The butt is probably the most intimate part of our anatomy. A gateway to hidden pleasures and treasures where only the most trusted can gain access. So let’s gaze in awe, and dream of exploring the luscious depths of the greatest butts of all time.
McGeachin’s watercolor series has technology taking center stage but in a very subtle way. She embeds each bedroom scene with some type of a modern device as the subjects sensually pose for semi-nude selfies. What Jordyn McGeachin is showing is that technology is always in reach, even while having sex—just like in real life.
Fetish photography is not an ordinary genre. And Frank Miersch is unlike other fetish photographers. Although his work is not entirely fetish, it’s not really fashion, either. He uses latex for expressing sex and sensuality in unique ways. Come, and see the fantastic results as we journey into a new dimension of latex and masks.