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.
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.
Carefully selecting the themes, artistic media, and manner of presentation, art organizers exerted great influence over the way artwork was being produced. It was demanded that artists like Albert must embrace a socialists heroic style in all of their portraits, still lives and landscapes. Yes, Hermann Albert did do just that, but with a hymm to a nude—a sexy erotic twist.
Matti Sandberg a.k.a. Senju is from Stockholm, Sweden. His astounding career explores the realms of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, design, tattooing, and writing. Senju has a highly distinctive style, blending the traditional Shunga aesthetic with elements of modern society.
His flat surfaces come to life with through his dip & apply method which includes dots, spirals, lines, dashes and circles. This technique creates a raised, tactile surface that is irresistible in its draw. Similar to viewing a Van Gogh, the exuberance and intensity in his application and colors work make it a powerful experience.
Welcome to the original sin city, Pompeii. Relax as we take you on a tour of the world’s foremost ancient Roman erotic art collection. See how Pompeii’s powerful lure of free love turned the entire town into an art gallery filled with ubiquitous pornographic imagery.