Feel the temperature rise while feasting your eyes on frisky, naked women in all kinds of simmering scenarios. We’ve gotta warn you, though, most of the photographs are NSFW. So, if you’re caught looking simply remind the boss you’re crazy from the heat.
Fetish photography is not an ordinary genre. And Frank Miersch is unlike other fetish photographers. Although his work is not entirely fetish, it’s not really fashion, either. He uses latex for expressing sex and sensuality in unique ways. Come, and see the fantastic results as we journey into a new dimension of latex and masks.
Lauren Carlyle Smith knows a thing or two about women. She’s been photographing them in their natural environment for years. Her website, #morethanamirror shows an array of beautiful women through an unfiltered lens. There is no photoshop, Instagram filters, or trickery—just gorgeous natural light. When it comes to photography, Lauren Carlyle Smith puts the ladies first.
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.”
Inspired by Daguerreotypes and Robert Gregory Griffeth’s photography often mimics the technique and appearance of an earlier era. Before creating each image, he first sketches the ideas on paper arranging each detail of the scene perfectly.
What makes Perry Gallagher’s work so appealing is the sophisticated eroticism. Gallagher’s elevated concepts and images create a story within a photograph. He leaves just enough unsaid so the viewer can fantasize about the situation.
McAdoo’s balance between abstraction and realism creates an energy that thrusts the female form to dominate rolls of power. Born in 1978, Tyson spent his formative years standing behind girls in ballet class learning the finer lines of the female anatomy.