Did you know that Instagram, your primary instrument of delivering FOMO to the world, is a great source of visual content other than those selfies your cousin swears are nofilter nomakeup? There's a whole universe out there made up of artists and illustrators dedicated to capturing love, lust and everything, in between in action. And no, it is not an all-out pervfest. InstaArtists who indulge in creating erotica keep it classy without shying away from exploring the more sensuous side of life, and if you still haven't taken a look at their work, it is time to upgrade your feed to serve your needs better:. Using incomplete illustrations to get their message across, Regards Coupables clearly wants you to let your imagination run wild. Really wild.
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The rise of social media in our digital platform has served as a levelling field, of sorts, for artists and creatives from all backgrounds and regions to showcase their work. Instagram has allowed people to connect with like-minded others across borders and create a community like never before. In the midst of all of this, a small space has been created for erotica artists and more and more people seem to be exploring this avenue around the world. Through sketches, digital art and photography, many of such artists have reimagined erotic art in the modern age, giving it their own unique creative spin. Today we look at just some of the artists on Instagram that you can follow to fill your feed with some titillating creations. Petites Luxures.
NSFW! 10 Erotic Artworks That Will Make You Feel Like A Prude
Beyond its power to titillate, good erotic art can make powerful, sex-positive social statements. Just look at how the genre has flourished on Instagram: Tons of artists with hundreds of thousands of followers have, for the last few years, been showing their huge audiences new ways to think about love, sex, and intimacy—often at the risk of getting their accounts deleted for being in violation of Instagram's anti-nipple community guidelines. Erotic art has been around forever, which may feel like an exaggeration but isn't too far off. For many ancient civilizations, erotica was showcased freely, adorning ancient Greek homeware and showing up in the Moche sex pots which depicted various acts including anal sex. So why has erotic art been censored if not outright banned and stigmatized by a society it predates?
By Artspace Editors. But what about those works whose subjects slid right past first base and sometimes even second and third? C— A. Image courtesy of the Art Insitute of Chicago. The Moche civilization dominated the arid north coast of Peru from around the first to the eighth century AD.