Don't tell your dad
born 18 years ago, Madrid, just A. For many years people taught me that nudity and sex were something terrible and private. But now I found out that they don't really appreciate how incredible the human body is (especially women's bodies). It's an art, it's an inspiration, it's pretty ... So this is a little war, a little act of rebellion. I invite you not to feel embarrassed by this blog. It's a wonderful mix between fashion, erotism, sex, women, love and in general cute photos related with sexy stockings, red-haired girls, tattoos and other different topics. What does all these create? If you put it all together it shows you paradise. Let this inspire you, let this excite you, let this make you feel happy, let this be you. PussyPower
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parisphotofair:

MOLLINO | MAPPLETHORPE, Jun 23, 2014 — Sep 12, 2014
HAMILTONS 13 Carlos PlaceW1K 2EU Londonart@hamiltonsgallery.comT +44 20 7499 9494www.hamiltonsgallery.comFax +44 20 7629 9919
Hamiltons’ Summer 2014 exhibition showcases a unique and important selection of photographs and furniture by renowned Italian designer Carlo Mollino and a collection of rare colour prints from Robert Mapplethorpe’s Flowers series.
Flowers draws particular attention to Mapplethorpe’s exquisite exploration of colour; the images – both bold and uncompromising reveal an untouchable yet sensitive clarity of tone and composition. Mapplethorpe’s understanding of form and light, coupled with his meticulous compositions, create truly beautiful images that revel in the sensual quality of nature. Mapplethorpe (1946-1989) lived in New York and had an undeniable impact on the art world with his globally renowned portraiture, nudes, self-portraits, flowers and still lifes.
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Photo by Joris van der Ploeg
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on my dash cheekyliterally
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holliesgolightly:

Natalia Vodianova by Bruce Weber. 2005
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