Menu

Posts tagged: NSFW

Poetic Landscapes Marry the Earth and the Female Body

6

5

The White Sands of New Mexico stretch for hundreds of miles in either direction. As the sun sets over the dunes, the once-burning sand cools, bears only the footprints of three women. London-based photographers Eleanor Hardwick and Rachel Hardwick and Seattle-based Chrissie White sit bundled together for warmth until daybreak, when they can set out once more across the empty terrain.

Long Exposure Nudes Tell a Story of Danger and Deception on the Open Seas (NSFW)

TS_01

TS_02

Some ten centuries ago, the epic poet Homer is believed to have told the tale of the sirens. As his version would have it, the wicked women enticed men to their island with song, vowing to prophecy the future before driving the sailors to shipwreck their boats and meet their deaths along the serrated cliffs.

After Coming Back From the Dead, This Photographer Created the Most Astonishing Images of the Human Body (NSFW)

1.-Girl-Alive

Girl Alive

4.-Picnic-With-Hand-Tools-and-Hardware...

Picnic with Hand Tools and Hardware

“Go back Lou, we’re not ready for you yet,” said a throng of hundreds as photographer Lou Krueger hovered above the grassy hill. Below him, the figures stood clothed all in beige, the rush of the ocean beside them. This dream— one the photographer can only describe as “most extraordinary, impossibly wonderful, unbelievably joyful”— came to him on the night his heart stopped, and for a brief moment, he died.

The Humanizing Story Behind One Woman’s Life as a Spanish Porn Star (NSFW)

marta_09

Marta’s ex-boyfriend accepted her job as part of her life, but had difficulty dealing with it. He watched her videos and saw her posts and pictures on social media. Marta admits that she wouldn’t date someone in the porn industry – but recognizes the paradox.

marta_04

Marta says porn was never taboo for her; she saw porn as an opportunity. She is shooting with Rob Diesel.

Barcelona-based photographer Katia Repina first met Marta, a Spanish pornographic actress, when the latter was just entering the industry at he age of twenty-three. Over the next two years, the two women forged a friendship, collaborating on an intimate chronicle of Marta’s personal and professional life, titled Llámame Marta, or Call Me Marta.

Photographer Infiltrates ‘Camera Clubs,’ Where Men Lure Women Into Posing Nude with Promises of Fame (NSFW)

camera_club_1

camera_club_10

“I had been an activist and a feminist since my teens,” remembers Brooklyn-based photographer Chris Verene of his 1990s monograph Camera Club, for which he entered and documented gatherings of men who entice women to pose nude. Under the guise of being well-connected photographers within the fashion and modeling industries, these men are often amateur artists who will use the images to their own ends, offering nothing in the way of payment or professional exposure to the women they deceive.

‘The Gods’ Portrays the Lives of Strippers and Hustlers in the American South (NSFW)

Ivar-Wigan_Python_2013

Python, 2013

Ivar-Wigan_The-Hotel-Geneva_2010

The Hotel Geneva, 2010

For The Gods, London-based photographer Ivar Wigan immerses himself within the culture of hustlers of the American South, slipping into strip clubs and street parties to capture the threads of resilience and enterprise that shine brightly within the throes helter-skelter abandon.

A Look at Life Inside a 1969 Hippie Tree House Village in Hawaii (NSFW)

3. Diane Upstairs in tne Bedroom

Diane Upstairs in tne Bedroom

15. Hawk, Cherry and Moses

Hawk, Cherry and Moses

4. The School Teacher's House

The School Teacher’s House

Taylor Camp, says Hawaii-based photographer John Wehrheim, was not a commune, and there were no rules. Set at the edge of the road along the beach of the ancient island of Kauai, the tiny village was home to restless souls longing to escape from the unrest of their generation, from the traumas of the Vietnam War, the Kennedy and Martin Luther King assassinations. Youngsters from around the country fled to Taylor Camp, where they erected and lived in makeshift tree houses of bamboo and tin, rode the surf, lounged in the nude, smoked weed, fished and farmed, and raised their children.

Raw and Emotional Photos Capture a Photographer’s Journey Towards Body Acceptance (NSFW)

Samantha_Geballe_02

Samantha_Geballe_07

Samantha_Geballe_10

“This is not another fat kid’s story,” cautions Los Angeles-based photographer Samantha Geballe of Self-Untitled, in which she catalogs her body over two years. The ongoing narrative is cleaved carefully into two phases, a before and after that run along and at times overlap the murky and ambiguous line marked by a gastric bypass part way through. Self-Untitled is, as Geballe suggests, a series that defies easy answers, a tale in which agony and courage, isolation and redemption, become uncomfortably commingled.

Intimate Photos Capture the Relationship Between a Middle-Aged Man and His Real Doll (NSFW)

Sandra_Hoyn_02

Dirk and Jenny sitting in front of the computer. Both regularly write in a blog about their life together.

Sandra_Hoyn_09

Dirk and Jenny got married after a year. Jenny wears a necklace with a heart. A ring would not fit over her silicone finger.

Sandra_Hoyn_04

Dirk powders and massages Jenny’s feet. He cares for her silicone skin every Sunday after bathing to keep it soft.

Dirk and Jenny were wed in their apartment, dressed in their finest attire. Dirk gifted Jenny with a heart-shaped pendant, and the slow melodies of Neil Young’s Such a Woman could be heard in the background. Dirk officiated the ceremony himself. Unlike most blushing brides, Jenny was and is a “real doll,” designed to look closely like a human woman although she is made of silicone. As Germany-based photographer Sandra Hoyn learned throughout her time documenting Dirk’s marriage to Jenny, their bond cuts deeper than that between a man and his sex doll; for Dirk, Jenny is a life partner.

Startling Photos Capture Hands Protruding From Bodily Orifices

Babak_Jeffrey_11

Babak_Jeffrey_09

For Ô les mains, Belgian photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte and artist Babak Hosseiny fabricate human bodies in which hands overtake and engulf the remaining anatomy. Here, they transform the normally functional apparatus into adversarial appendages, with each digit becoming a corporeal manifestation of each subject’s internal anxieties and desires.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Get some visual inspiration into your day!