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.”
Marilyn Minter’s work has intentionally, or unintentionally, created controversy, which is genius either way. Since the beginning of her career, she has vexed the critics and public alike with her interesting compositions of hyper-realistic paintings of the female form–to lipsticked smeared lips, to high-heeled feet, to full-color, full-blown provocative images of female pubic hair.
Evolutionary theories aside, it’s probably because it is one of the most intimate parts of our anatomy. It is the gateway to hidden treasures, and only the most trusted few are able to gain access. So let’s gaze in awe, and dream of being allowed to explore these luscious depths of just a few of the greatest butts of all time.
The purpose in creating small-scale art enables Mr. Peluche to highlight the unseen in a large world. From his vantage point, his work is on public display but yet does not exist because of undiscerning eyes. According to the media-shy Mr. Peluche, “Our society is suffering from gigantism, and I want my street art to focus on the nearly invisible.”
His composition and style feels and looks candid, spontaneous and real. Famous for his advertising campaigns in major fashion magazines like Vogue Italia and Italian Elle, Ranaldi has removed the high gloss and replaced it with beautiful models that appear fluid and in-the-moment.