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.
Young photographers like Christoph Klutsch are fast becoming a creative force within the erotic art landscape. His work is crisp, clean, and inviting. According to his website, he is “obsessed with imperfections, color, and high contrast.”
The work of Viva Van Story is risqué but never too explicit. Her photography is naturally erotic but never too overt. Each image she creates spins a flirtatious tale of a fiercely, independent woman. A woman who isn’t at all shy about showing off her assets.
If the story of Salome has taught us anything it’s that there’s nothing more mesmerizing than seeing a woman slowly peel off layers of clothing and revealing the goodies underneath. Plus, there something to be said for delaying sexual gratification too. A striptease that ends in big rewards—although maybe not someone’s head on a plate—is much more than just gyrating to music and taking off your clothes. It involves some level of performance which can get everyone excited.
“I wanted to try to capture the essence of some of the stories my mother and I had shared. I’d describe my pieces as hybrids of memories, book illustrations and dreams set in real locations. The series came to be called Wonderland.” —Kirsty Mitchell.
Referred to as the local crazy guy, Miloslav Tichý wandered the small town of Kyjov, Czech Republic in rags—pursuing unwitting females through the lens of his homemade camera fashioned from tin cans, children’s glasses, and other discarded items he found on the street.
March is Women’s History Month. Now, it’s always a special treat to pay tribute to the commendable women who have made an impact. But what about ladies, who are notorious for their sexy, and forward thinking ways!