They had me at dildo in hot dog bun – I am so in love with this Kickstarter project it’s ridiculous. An excellent example of how crowd sourced funding can make amazing projects happen.
Gypsé Eyes is a printed art publication that explores love and sex and incorporates work from artists, photographers, and writers. This issue investigates Food & Drink and promises to be mouth wateringly tasty (if not always tasteful… wink wink)!
Disturbing series of photographs, which show Barbie as a serial killed bondage bitch, from Canon 5D photographer Mariel Clayton. The series of over 30 images includes Barbie smoking, playing around with a dildo and torturing poor Ken!
See more here
Lie back and think of England – love these condoms which are almost as good as the Obama ‘Head of State’ dildo. Personally after seeing Prince William’s face no condoms would be needed!!!
To celebrate the engagement of Prince William of Wales to Ms. Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, Crown Jewels Condoms of Distinction has commissioned a unique heritage edition Royal Wedding Souvenir boîte de capotes.
Combining the strength of a Prince with the yielding sensitivity of a Princess-to-be, Crown Jewels condoms promise a royal union of pleasure. Truly a King amongst Condoms.
- Presented in a timeless souvenir heirloom collector’s box.
- Contains three individually wrapped condoms.
- Includes a collectable portrait of the Royal Couple as they might appear on their wedding day – exclusively created for Crown Jewels.
I love this as a piece of art but simply can not bring myself to pay £35 for a clothes hanger even if it is from Coco De Mer:
The work of Keith P. Rein is largely focused on women, sex and mockery – I really like it. The softness of some of the illustrations make even the hardcore porn illustrations (for example the one featuring the butt plug) seem totally acceptable. Well I think they are anyway!.. (via The Trendy Girl)
I say NSFW but to be fair you can’t actually see ‘anything’ in this series of photographs from Alex Kliszynski:
The main body of my work is a number of human-dolls that aim to raise questions about the numerous images of the objectified and idealised body that we see in the mass media. The doll images are composites, with the dolls’ limb-joints painstakingly, digitally, superimposed onto the human subjects to create disturbing images.