Valentine’s Day is a special time for honing your love language skills. One way to do that is through the inspiration of art. Erotic themed art has a proven appeal for both the artist and the audience. This year, we want to inspire the true spirit of Valentine’s Day with self-taught artist Megan Mars.
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.
Ashley Joncas is most sought out for her skills as both a visionary artist. She began as a traditional artist and carries the techniques and practices of such roots through every project. Areas of work include photography, compositing, graphic design, branding, creative directing, styling, illustration, environmental design, and video editing. Enjoy the journey into this amazing creative mind.
The female sex doll has been around for decades. These days, however, synthetic dolls are taking on a life of their own. They can now talk and express emotions. Photographer Stacy Leigh examines the new horizons in sex with a captivating and unnerving series of mages inside an actual Barbie Dreamhouse.
The Lana Sutra is Ravelo’s reflection on the meaning of Kamasutra (kama=pleasure; sutra = thread which unites). It is a celebration of love and desire and the equality and sharing between all humans.
Alberto Seveso has an uncanny ability to mesmerize us with his dreamlike ribbons of color and smoke swirling around the nude form. His out of the world creations combine high-speed photography and ink mixing with fluid. The result is the ultimate visual guilty pleasure.
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.