Friday, March 27, 2015

The Erotic Trip

The Erotic Trip, the erotic journey of two true soulmates.

quote [This is us, and these are scenes from our journey through life as true soul mates - fulfilling our dreams and making life an erotic joy ride. This site is only pictures of us, taken by us, and posted here for us to share with each other].

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Cross-Stitched Microbes and Germs by Alicia Watkins

United States-based Alicia Watkins cross-stitches stunning embroideries of microbes and viruses. You can buy and order them @ Etsy.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Whores & Madonnas by Peter Schafer

"Whores & Madonnas contrasts quite a lot to other photo essays on prostitutes, where the viewer becomes a voyeur to a degraded yet exotic existence" ...Peter Brian Schafer Brooklyn based photographer).

quote [I began this project in the fall of 2012, having read Denise Brennan's book, What’s Love Got to Do With It?, an ethnography of sex workers in a small resort town on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Built upon global inequity, Sosúa is paradoxically a place where women exert much agency and control over their lives. The stories Brennan tells of the women who move to Sosúa to pursue sex work – mostly internal migrants from Santo Domingo – paint a picture not of passive victims of circumstance but of women pragmatically carrying out plans to improve their lives and the lives of their children.
The first half of the series portrays the women at work, inhabiting their professional personas, projecting the promise of sex. Over time, they spoke with me about their lives outside work, how they arrived in Sosúa, their weekly routine of sending remittances home to support their children. As I got to know two of the women better, they gave me access to their everyday lives – their non-performance time – and I photographed them where they lived and out and about during their off-hours].
[Previously: Peter Brian Schafer Photography ]

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Hyperreal Paintings by Mike Dargas

Provocative, hyperreal paintings from German artist Mike Dargas who transfers images of women's faces covered in honey onto the canvas.

Monday, March 23, 2015

A Love Story as seen from above

Me and You by london-based director Jack Tew is short film about a couple that was shot entirely from above.
quote [The clip offers a voyeuristic aerial view of a couple’s relationship, as it unfolds over the course of seven minutes. We can watch the young love blossom, from a movie date over the first time they have sex until the heartbreaking end. Seems like Jack Tew is pretty disillusioned with love. Though it's still very nicely done and probably happened like that many times around the world. You can watch a Making Of here].
(via: Ignant

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Naked Browsing 22 Mar

Today Naked Browsing from In The Raw.
  • Carmen Kass | Vogue Paris April 2005 by Mikael Jansson HQ Photo Shoot
  • Rebekah Underhill by Bon Jane MQ Photo Shoot
  • Candice Swanepoel | Maxim Magazine March 2015 by Gilles Bensimon HQ Photo Shoot [thumbnail photo]
  • Natasha Poly | Lui March 2015 by Luigi & Iango MQ Photo Shoot
  • Lydia Hearst | Treats! #8 by Tony Duran HQ Photo Shoot
  • Elsa Hosk | Anna Sui Lingerie by Victor Sanabrais HQ Photo Shoot
  • Diana Moldovan | Vogue Brazil Nov. 2014 by Henrique Gendre MQ Photo Shoot

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Bogdan Popravko Photography

"East" models and fine nudes photography by Bogdan Popravko, a photographer from Kiev, Ukraine.
[Thumbnail model: Ангелина Петрова]

Friday, March 20, 2015

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Nic Mesker Photography

Nic Mesker is a professional photographer and art director from Sydney, Australia. With over 8 years of experience shooting for editorials, look books, commercial and personal projects.
[Thumbnail model: Maree Gergich]

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

A Momentary Relapse

A Momentary Relapse by fashion and portrait photographer Chris Fitzgerald. Featuring Forest Alexandra.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Jewelry boxes as creative dioramas by Talwst

Toronto based artist Talwst turns old jewellery boxes into beautifully creative dioramas.
quote [Talwst is a Canadian-Trinidadian artist engaged in mixed media and performance practices. Through his work, he explores the narrative of art history, whilst inserting elements of contrasting cultures in order to engage a larger audience and in hopes of broadening the addressed themes in art historical discourse].