Vivid Entertainment, the world’s leading adult film studio, has launched Vivid-Alt to distribute alternative XXX films for bad boy director Eon McKai (famous in smut circles for his movie “Art School Sluts). Whilst we’re not so into the porn thing, we appreciate the artistic angle and cover art by Alaska who we’ve featured before.
Archive for October, 2006
With the use of advertising subjects from the world of modern lifestyle, Swiss artist Daniele Buetti subjects the consumer society which is dominated by the Fashion and Media Industry. Buetti creates manipulations of photographs taken from lifestyle and fashion magazines. Names of multinational fashion companies like Nike or Boss, as well as famous names of fashion designers like Armani, Gucci, Chanel are scribed like brandings into the skin of supermodels.
Brian Moss opened a gym in New York, and then picked up a camera. The results are some intimate photographs which depict just how amazing the human body can be.
Juliane Biallas is a German fashion photographer who specialises in retouching her digital photographs. It’s always interesting to see before and after work (sometimes scary too), good then that she has a section on her site dedicated to retouching. (via).
From his site: “Clayton James Cubitt‘s mom was a teenage runaway, go-go dancing at a club on bourbon street in new orleans. his dad was a canadian national running pot over the border from mexico. they met, married, and moved to los angeles, conceiving him on the trip in the back of a vw bus at dinosaur national park in utah. now he takes pictures and lives in brooklyn. His work is sought by such diverse clients as surface, oyster, rolling stone, the fader, nerve, planet, and vellum”.
Be sure to check out his Research and Development section (under “extra”), also his “news” section which is more like a blog.
Artist, designer, and provocateur Istvan Banyai was born in Budapest, Hungary, and quickly found acclaim in the United States with his striking and innovative editorial illustrations appearing in such publications as Atlantic Monthly, Time, The New Yorker, and Rolling Stone.
Very funky illustrator, Fawn Gehweiler really captures that cutesy, but don’t mess with me look in her artwork. On her website “No Candy” you can also purchase some cool goodies, bags, and sketchpads. :)
The art of being feminine. Sylvia Ji was born in 1982 in San Francisco to artistic parents. In her art, she explores themes of beauty, sexual provocation, and social notions of femininity juxtaposed against the dystopian reality of modern cities to create highly charged paintings of women. Some of her paintings are symbolic reflections of herself, portraits of people she knows or just nameless faces set in a landscape of fleeting and decaying beauty.
Jeremy Eaton is an illustrator/cartoonist born in England and now living in Seattle, Washington. He regularly freelances for daily, weekly and monthly publications throughout the United States and abroad. He has an official site, but there’s a lot more diverse work on this site.
Natalia Fabia loves to paint people and is influenced by colors, punk rock music, hot chicks and anything that sparkles. Her fascination with hookers is what fuels the many paintings she does of sultry women.
Colin Christian (husband to the talented Sas Christiansen) makes amazing 3D fiberglass sculptures inspired by old sci-fi movies, pinup girl/supermodels, anime, ambient electronic music and H.P. Lovecraft.
Pin-up art meets ten pin bowling. Check out the lovely work of American artist Kirsten Easthope.
Morbid work by Californian painter Mark Ryden, pictured above is one of Mark’s paintings of a nude Christina Ricci luxuriating amid a paradise of steaks, wine, Jesus, and stuffed animals… nice!
Blaise Christie’s the self proclaimed Orange County “King of Smut” who cured his boredom by making erotic films funded by his grandma! Featuring the grungey spunk rats from the Suicide Girls, electro films is his new site and it’s choc full of stylish smut. (via).
Oh I love this!!!!!!! Paper Voyeur, beautiful elegant sexy wallpaper for your boudoir!
“I live with my daughter and 2 wives in NYC, I spend most of my time locked in the basement, sketching women while listening to music and wasting my time in cyberspace. I like long walks on the beach, latin american poetry, lime flavored Tostitosâ„¢, tongue burritos, Coronas with lime and salt, kalamata olives, comics without text and textbooks without pictures”.
Check out the blog of Lucio Alberto Ruiz-Diaz. Really nice illustration style and again, you have got to love someone who shares their process with the world, so inspiring.
Check out the trippy surreal work of Jennybird Alcantara. Fairytale, childlike dreamscapes, big innocent eyes, broken hearts, anthropomorphic characters and amputated limbs… lovely!
Stina Persson has lived, studied and worked in Tokyo, New York, Florence, Lund and Sweden, where she was born. I love her fashion illustration style, Stina herself sums it up best: “finding the right balance between the edgy and the elegant the raw and the beautiful.”. Link lifted from our friends over at Lost At E Minor.
Slick photography (slick web site design too) by Austrian photographer Marcus Pummer.
Slovakian based Jano Horak is a software developer who loves shooting nudes in medium format. If his photography is this great imagine his software development skills!!!
With diplomas from all over the world and having been an art director in international agencies, Kanjo Take is a professional who takes his photography very seriously.
Andrew Donaldson is the lead artist and concept developer for Xplane ZA in South Africa. Check out his site which is more like a blog where he even shows off his process at times (got to love that!). Love his style, he’s just one of those super talented creative all-rounders. I’m a fan.
The DesignChapel is the web site of Swedish artist, creative director, designer, illustrator and photographer Robert LindstrÃ¶m. What can I say? TALENT PLUS!!!
New York born Michael Kirwan considers erotica to be a form of folk art and sees his work as a pictoral history of homosexual norms and values. Infused with color and detail, his drawings depict many ages, ethnicities and body types in direct counterpoint to the more traditional “uberman” represented by most of his contemporaries.