Wednesday, November 25, 2015

YAF Magazine

YAF Magazine (You Are Fire) is a world of photography, eroticism and style through print, digital and live events. Founded and curated by Spain based photographer and editor Kike García.
The project stems from the idea of gathering together the photography and the nude. It’s about the relationship between the photographers and the models.
[Thumbnail model: Stelladiplastica by Davide Ambroggio]

Friday, November 20, 2015

Creepy Cat bags by Miho

Miho is a Japanese housewife who loves cats and an artist crafting and selling her very special handmade Cat bags. You can buy them online @ Ameba.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Handiedan‘s sculptural hand-cut collages

quote [Undisputed protagonists of Handiedan‘s sculptural hand-cut collages, her vintage pin-ups immediately recall the burlesque genre. However if we look into them further many sources of inspiration are revealed: the Neo-Classical and Victorian ages, the Parisian Belle Époque, up to the 1940’s and Post-War sexy imagery. But none of Handiedan‘s ‘models’ really existed. In fact each of them is composed through by assembling anatomical parts of different pre-existing images].

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Monday, November 09, 2015

Molly’s Daily Kiss

Welcome to Molly’s Daily Kiss! Molly Moore is a Blogger, Photographer, Published author, Public speaker and Podcaster.

quote [Here on my blog you will find a variety of different things. I am a self-portrait artist and much of my work is displayed here. I also write openly and frankly about our relationship and the kinks that we enjoy as well as about other sex related issues and topics. I review sextoys and I write erotic fiction. I am very proud of the work that I do. I am aware it is not to everyone’s taste but the world would be a very boring place if we were all the same. Please always remember that our relationship is based on consent, nothing shown here is done to me against my will. I am a happy and active participant not a victim].

Saturday, November 07, 2015

How to Make Me Come

Enter How to Make Me Come, a blog collecting women's essays about their experience with or frustration over orgasms — or lack thereof.
“How to Make Me Come” is now also a podcast! Hosted by Sylvia, the founder of HTMMC, it picks up where the blog leaves off, exploring issues linked to and inspired by the female orgasm.
...the next guy fucked around with my emotions and took sex from me. I mistook this for empowerment, but all it did was ruin my confidence. No orgasms for me. He would go down on me for 5 minutes with the sloppiest tongue and no direction and then would come up and say, "Did you come?” As if I were going to say, “Yes, I just did!! You’re amazing!!”

Sunday, November 01, 2015

"Se abrirán las grandes Alamedas" by Elizabeth Neira

"Se abrirán las grandes Alamedas" is a performance by chilean artist and poet Elizabeth Neira.
The words are Salvador Allende’s Last Words to the Nation, a speech delivered at 9:10 am on September 11, 1973 in the midst on an ultimately successful US-sponsored coup d’etat against the democratically-elected government. Barricaded inside La Moneda, the presidential palace, President Allende gave his life defending Chilean democracy.

Saturday, October 31, 2015

"Removed" by Eric Pickersgill

Eric Pickersgill removes smartphones and digital devices from everyday life portraits.
The project Removed aims to show our addiction to technology and hyper-connectivity removing smartphones and digital devices from portraits of everyday life.

quote [The joining of people to devices has been rapid and unalterable. The application of the personal device in daily life has made tasks take less time. Far away places and people feel closer than ever before. Despite the obvious benefits that these advances in technology have contributed to society, the social and physical implications are slowly revealing themselves. In similar ways that photography transformed the lived experience into the photographable, performable, and reproducible experience, personal devices are shifting behaviors while simultaneously blending into the landscape by taking form as being one with the body. This phantom limb is used as a way of signaling busyness and unapproachability to strangers while existing as an addictive force that promotes the splitting of attention between those who are physically with you and those who are not].