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Porn & Prose: Erotic Work by Nick Smith

Art, Photography May 22, 2017

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.

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Ladies First: Photography by Lauren Carlyle Smith

Art, Photography March 31, 2017

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.

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Mariano Vargas: Madonna & Whore

Art, Photography May 10, 2016

When painting could no longer quell his passion for more expression, he began using photography which he masterfully blends together with painting. Mariano Vargas’ masterful lighting, technique, and perspective allow his subjects to see themselves through his eyes—tastefully erotic.

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Toy Oh! Toy: Photography by Tony Kelly

Art, Photography April 20, 2016

Tony Kelly’s tongue-in-cheek commentary is smart and funny. After all, the men in the images are pocket-sized, yet their lechery is larger than life. And with the women serving as essential window dressing for the guys to ogle and feel-up, it’s hard not to overlook another power dynamic playing out—-dominance and submission.

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Subspace Odyssey: Art by Sir Render

Art, Digital Art, Painting March 24, 2016

A former NASA scientist—who actually launched fish into space—Sir Render uses his brilliant imagination and intuition to tap into an entirely separate erotic space of sexual energy. He takes everything into consideration—geometry, contrast, perspective, and arrangement. And though his work is highly suggestive in a physical sense, it seems to possess a mysterious undercurrent—inducing a mild sensation of being casted into subspace.

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