Did you know Instagram is a primary instrument of delivering #FOMO to the world and is also an incredible source of erotic visual content? Besides the ubiquitous selfies containing blurred nipples & pubes or people who swear by #nofilter—there’s an entire smorgasbord of erotic artists and illustrators sharing their content with the world.
The magic that lies within Emmegraphia’s work is we are left wanting to know more about the people involved in each story. The devil’s in the details as Emmegraphia includes the use of penis pumps, magic wands, vibrators, and dildos which leaves us all with a tinge of excitement.
Ise Ananphada demonstrates a great amount of passion she puts into each design. Although she’s a master at rendering women beautifully, it’s their eyes which capture our attention. Seductive and mysterious, her female subjects penetrate us with their formidable gaze.
When searching for this year’s holiday artist we wanted a someone who embodies both sexuality, sensuality and visual strength. An artist who would represent the diversity of our brand through their artistic expression. Christiane Sillito fit the profile. Her work is playfully erotic and sensual and helps spread holiday cheer for everyone to enjoy.
If the idea of exploiting our cherished childhood icons like Snow White and turning her into a sex symbol seems outrageous–then you don’t really know the true origins of fairy tales. Instead of blood, gore, and murderous intent, Greg Guillemin offers us a glimpse of a simple life lived ordinary—well somewhat ordinary. In his pop art series, princesses and comic-book heroes come to life on their own terms.
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.
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.