Surrealism Photography En Erotica
Surrealism Photography En Erotica
Surrealism Photography with an erotic undertone
by Belladonna Del Rio and Damali Conceptuals
Surrealism is the one of the highest degrees of artistic expression. Surrealism used in photography takes that gorgeous art form and transcends it to another plane of expression. This collection of various surrealism photography works of art was chosen by Damali Conceptuals and myself, for not only being mesmerizing pieces of surrealistic art but somehow being art with subtle erotic undertones or sensual undertones.
This is a beautiful art piece entitled “Screen II” by one of my favorite Surrealism artist, Egle Oddo. She was born in Italy but resides in Helsinki where she continues to create these dark and hollowing surreal photography images. At first glance, you might wonder why I chose this particular art piece to feature and critique but there is something about her lips, that simply drive me insane. A part of me sincerely desires to kiss them, and if that is not the definition of sensual undertones, I have no idea what is.
You can learn more about this artist and see more of her fantastic work here.
I adore surrealism photographer Roberto Kusterle. In my opinion, he might be one of the darkest souls of the entire Surrealism Photography genre. This piece called ” The Flight of Renunciation” from his αναχρονος collection back in 2006 is power incarnate.
You have to see more of this artist’s mesmerizing work here.
Surrealism Photography master Feebrile is probably the Queen of Surrealism photography with erotic undertones. The truth is that Feebrile often creates surrealism photography with erotic overtones, and in some instances, right in your face erotic surrealism. This piece called “About Love” is one of her mouthwatering sensual “self portraits” that caught my attention about her artistry. Like most photographers, I loath being in front of a camera so it’s hard not to respect what she does all across the board.
Please, you owe it to yourself to see more of her artistry, here.
I remember listening to my mums albums for hours. What used to fascinate me more than the music sometimes would be the incredible cover art. This Surrealism photography piece is actually an album cover to Martin Briley’s record “One night with a stranger” and it fascinated me beyond words. The cover art was done by Stan Watts and I remember distinctly thinking that I couldn’t tell who I wanted to kiss more, the boy or the girl. Which is probably why I grew up to marry a boy and a girl at the same time.
You can follow up with this brilliant artist here.
This is one of the two Surrealism Photography artists that Damali and I are both equally insanely in love with. Antonio Mora is the undisputed king of double exposure based portraits to form Surrealism Photography works of art. These incredible “cocktails” of photographic brilliance are a feast for your eyes to behold. While many of my “truest” photography friends abhor photo manipulations it’s artist like Antonio Mora that demands the respect for this art form from these photographers. What he does takes incredible imagination, skill and patience to create.
Belladonna Del Rio & Damali Conceptuals.
Take a deep breath and then dive into the brilliance of this artist here.
The second surrealism photography artist that Belladonna and myself both agreed is phenomenal is the retired Ad-agency director, the Belgian, Ben Goossens. What I find fascinating about his work the most is the High Dynamic Range of a lot of his work and the blue hues which gives his artwork a sadness and softness simultaneously. I often edit my images with a slight blue hue now because of how influenced I am by his works of art.
Please treat yourself to something special and visit his page and marinate in his artistry for awhile, here.
There is a beauty within the Surrealism Photography artistry of Diana Dihaze that only a female artist can tap into. This piece entitled “Shut Your Mouth” is a gorgeous example of her works. Dihaze has a very dark, melancholy, and somewhat morose aesthetic to her artistry. Yet, somehow,she is still able to maintain a subtle feminine beauty and quite often, lovely levels of sensuality as well.
Belladonna Del Rio
I promise you, you need to see more of her artwork here.