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.
London’s Lawrence Alkin gallery recently exhibited Paramour, a provocative, erotic art series created by Nick Smith. Using Pantone® styled 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.
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.
Explore the poster series of Bizarre Love with illustration and graphic designer Francesco Tortorella. His unique blend of captivating imagery explores how relationships, love, and sex are a lot like bargaining chips. We are propelled into a world that is both erotically thrilling and dangerous.
Looking through the varied social media accounts of Kesler Tran is like taking a stroll through a candy shop. One after another, there are delectable models with perfect forms and soft emotions illuminating the screen. The imagery Tran composes is pure poetry.
Petites Luxures believes that eating, drinking, and fucking are the most natural things in the world. And so do we! If it weren’t for these things, how would we even survive? It’s engrained in almost every culture, no matter where you travel. Check out this week’s inspiration of erotic art and celebrate the lust for life.
The erotic collages of Zoe Ligon are a perfect blend of porn and poise. She transforms hardcore sexual imagery into art that is less polarizing, making porn more palatable for those who normally do not consume it.