Latex Fetish Art
Latex fetish art is an outstanding way that creative latex lovers express their passion for latex. There are latex fetish paintings, sculptures, literature, cinema, and even music. Latex fetish art is an amazing way for people to express themselves. Come join us as we explore the best of latex fetish art!
Bob Carlos Clarke was a British-Irish photographer who gained fame for his striking photographs of models in latex fetish clothing.
Clarke was born in Cork, Ireland in 1950, and began his career as a photographer in the 1970s. He quickly gained recognition for his unique style, which blended eroticism and glamour with a dark, gritty edge. His photographs often featured subjects in provocative poses, wearing fetish clothing or lingerie.
One of Clarke’s most famous series is “Love Dolls Never Die,” which depicts life-sized dolls in various poses and settings. The images are both beautiful and unsettling, creating a sense of tension that draws the viewer in.
In addition to his fetish photography, Clarke also worked in commercial advertising and portraiture. He photographed celebrities such as Damien Hirst, Marco Pierre White, and Rachel Weisz, as well as creating striking images for brands such as Smirnoff, Levi’s, and Saab.
Throughout his career, Clarke remained committed to his unique style, refusing to conform to the norms of the photography industry. He once said, “I don’t take photographs for art galleries. I take photographs for people’s walls.”
Clarke’s work has had a lasting impact on the world of photography, inspiring countless artists and photographers to push the boundaries of what is considered acceptable or taboo. His legacy lives on through his photographs, which continue to captivate and provoke audiences today.
The Photographic Eye channel recently released a video discussing Bob Carlos Clark work and the impact it has had on the world of photography. The video is a fantastic exploration of his work and his influence on the world of photography. It provides an in-depth look at his most famous images and offers insights into his creative process and philosophy.
Overall, Bob Carlos Clarke was a true original, a photographer who wasn’t afraid to push boundaries and challenge conventions. His photographs are as striking and relevant today as they were when he first created them, and his legacy as a master of the photographic medium is secure.
Latex fetish artist Johntaro creates sexy latex fetish art while streaming – with a heavy focus on shiny latex outfits and helpful tentacles.
The beings in Johntaro’s drawings, primarily kinky elves and helpful tentacles, come from Alvinus, a floating island up in the clouds. On this cursed flooding rock, technology is magic, and literal tentacles control the lives of every being.
As Johntaro sits at his tablet scribbling away, streaming, glimpses of this bizarre world appear to him in fever dreams. Some say he isn’t even human anymore!
Johntaro’s amazing artbook “Alvinus: TNTCL“, is filled with colorful drawings of latex elf girls getting into very explicit situations. If you love fantasy, latex, and tentacles, I highly recommend that you check it out.
Isane Lansky, aka Isa, is a self-trained digital/pixel artist who loves bright colors, shiny things, and cute and strong female characters. She is currently learning animation and working on a personal game project.
When she posted her beautiful latex fetish pixel art on Twitter, I was immediately drawn to her work.
You can see both Isa’s artistic talent as well as her intuitive understanding of light in her latex studies. Her ability to achieve such a shiny latex look on such a small canvas with 16 shades of gray is phenomenal.
You can support Isa’s art and get a detailed look into how she creates her pixel and character art by joining her Patreon page.
Gromets Plaza has one of the largest collections of latex fetish fiction. Latex fiction is often overlooked and easily overshadowed by other fetish media. That’s a real shame, as latex fiction can do things that other media can’t.
The most enjoyable part of latex fiction is the way you create and visualize each story in your head. You can either participate as a spectator or assume the role of the protagonist or any of the other cast members. You can learn why people do what they do and why latex is so appealing to them by reading their kinky thoughts. That’s awesome!
Meet the professional artist who expresses his dreams of the latex fetish bizarre through the craft of painting. Stunning artworks of dark erotic scenes with latex encased women, wearing heavy rubber, gas masks, engaging in bizarre latex rituals including medical and bondage play.
“As far back as I can ever remember I have dreamed dreams of claustrophobic rubber masks, shiny latex, corrugated tubing, mysterious machines and beautiful, powerful women performing strange rituals and medical procedures.”
“I thought I was alone in my desires and for many decades held in those thoughts and repressed my fantasies. I still dreamed vivid dreams and felt desires but had no outlet.”
“As a professional artist and designer I made vanilla works and worked on may respectable creative projects. But nothing in the real world scratched the itch.”
“It was an itch that gnawed at the back of the mind, triggered by a flash of a slick, shiny, silky surface, the scent of rubber or the sounds of breathing. Every day, without fail, all my life. And every night in that place where dreams come, I would fleetingly find myself in dark corridors, witness to and subject to the strange, delicious pleasures where gender dissolves and only sensation and desires take hold.”
“After years of wanting to express this side of me I created phetishskin – an anonymous persona to allow me to explore my dreams and desires without restraint.”
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