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I paint lust on your body thick, my tongue a paintbrush, your pores contracting as I pass over nerve endings.
‘Tis the season for giving, but generosity is something Mike Fountaine is familiar with all year round.
Teaming up with five models plus a strong creative team, he set out to Puerto Rico to make magic, focusing on the female figure, the fluidity of water, and the rich composition of black & white photos.
This weekend, former Kronick Magazine photographer, Paul Chan launches his solo show at Slow Culture entitled “OFF SAFETY.”
Jonathan Leder’s recently released A Study in Fetishisms Manifesto Vol II is just as delicious, dirty, and thought provoking as you’d expect.
Titled “ASCENSION!”, the CYRCLE installation consists of 9 hand-painted maple wood and gold mirrored acrylic indoor mini basketball hoops.
An interview with the rising star photographer by her friend & muse, Leore Hayon.
Her work constantly strikes at high contrasting borders and dramatic shadows, in an almost high definition dreamlike space.
Contemporary artist Jen Stark is a Miami native whose specialty is incredibly intricate paper sculptures. At first glance it is psychedelic, on second take it is brilliant.
Our day off in Miami with D’Blanc took us from Ocean Drive to South Pointe Park, with a few cool pit-stops along the way…
Refined and sexy. Is there really any better way to be? Jean Andre embodies the two essential facets of desirability in his brand of “gentleman art.”
In collaboration with LeQuiVive Gallery and Bay Area filmmaker Salty State, we present a sweet look at street artist Zio Ziegler in his process.
With rooms that overlook Los Angeles and a view of the Hollywood sign to greet guests, The LINE acts as the perfect backdrop to the chemistry between Moss and Meadows.
Recently, we received some heat for a web editorial. Subsequently, we found it important to address the issue of cultural appropriation.
We had a moment to chat with artist Aaron Li-Hill about his work before his upcoming show Electric Currents and Mortal Wounds at White Walls Gallery.
You never forget your first time. I don’t mean the first time you have sex, I mean the first time you make love with someone.
A prominent figure in the world of street art hailing from Cape Town, Faith47 is recognized for her intricate large-scale murals that are scattered across the globe.
Derek Wood captures the beauty of our natural earth, radiant in the sun, youthful yet wise – with endless treasured spots to discover.
The hauntingly beautiful photography from Logan White.
Street artist MEGGS took to the streets of Detroit with his largest mural to date, over 6,000 square feet, inspiring the city with his powerful message.
Creating art that is reminiscent of the divine feminine energy, this is an artist who consistently straddles ethereal aesthetics with strong symbolism.
Japanese street photographer Junku Nishimura captures images that are haunting and raw as a homage to his surroundings.
I had sex with you and let you believe it was passion because you shouldn’t love her anymore. When someone leaves, they resign from their throne.
A sneak peek of the incredible mural and solo show by internationally known artist Zio Ziegler.
This new series serves as an exploration of the way people of impact in our lives eventually exist the hushed corners of ourselves we’ve been storing them.
ASOS launches: COLOUR CONTROL , an interactive music video, featuring a visual presentation of five shades full of AW14.
We’re fading into the room and we’re apart of all the collisions that govern chemistry and physics. We’re spinning, crashing, living… violent poetics.
This Thursday, November 13th, Scarlet Mann will be unveiling her latest line of collaborative work with Lily Flores and Serge Gil under the theme of “Reverie.”
Sex is an art practice – Love Is Art recognizes this. Make love on a canvas, hang it forever. You’ll never forget that orgasm.
The fall/winter 2014 editorial from The Dreslyn has arrived. Experience the coastal way of life with “Wavelength.”
The longest anyone has ever held their breath underwater on record is twenty-two minutes. I wonder what it was he thought about.
Alex Davis has four days left in his Kickstarter project, “100 rolls of Film.” The project was created out of his passion for shooting film.
The fine artist opens the doors to his studio to showcase new works created for “Epilogues” at Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
I have memories like rorschach tests; triggers that slip me out of my day and into other years when I was someone else and made love to men other than the men I make love to now.
Abby Brothers takes her beau Chris Mansfield out for a romp around Joshua Tree National Park.
Wigs. Tequila shots. Wings. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, right?
There is something about being in transit – you’re doing something without actually having to do something.
The wisdom of the earth in a kiss, and everything else in your eyes. I kiss her before everyone, that they all may see my love.
Adam Guy photographs Erika Saxon wearing Noe Undergarments in our exclusive editorial, “Afterlight.”
Jason Miller recently released a short horror film titled “The Strange” featuring LFM faves Harry Hains and Leore Hayon. Within the first 30 seconds, I was hooked.
A chat with Michael Blank on life, love and creativity.
We are boundless, but we love being bound- tight. It’s not often you come across a tasteful editorial where your naughtiest fantasies play out before you.
Elias Tahan’s first gallery exhibition, “FACES,” is a one-night-only presentation of fashion and celebrity imagery.