Ena, from Osaka, Japan, is a young fashion designer with much talent. She draws inspiration from traditional minimalist silhouette painting of his folk, but also from modern… Read more “Ena – Essential charm outlined in black and white”
Bringing also here a hint of the thread I chose to inaugurate my new blog, I share some splendid minimalistic works by Malika Favre. Four of them… Read more “Malika Favre – On Sex-appeal and Feminine Pleasure”
This is not a conventional post –even if it features a beautiful artwork by Malika Favre as a header. It is just a letter to my friends… Read more “To my followers: about eroticism, protected posts, some issues with the comments… And my brand-new blog!”
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Edward Francis McCartan (August, 1879 – September, 1947) was an American sculptor, best known for his bronzes of Art-Déco style, popular in the 1920s. Born in Albany, New York,… Read more “Edward McCartan (I) – The gentle eroticism”
Glances at the work of Paul Delvaux (II) – English Version* *[Versió Catalana just aquí] (This post is a continuation of another one that you may read here )… Read more “Nudes, lampposts, abstracted scholars and first skeletons”
As far as I can recall, I began to feel a conscious attraction for human bodies around me very early in life, quite before puberty. I only… Read more “Plain, homely eroticism as a consolation and remedy – Four samples in four hues”