miércoles, 8 de julio de 2015
YUJI MORIGUCHI'S EROTIC PAINTINGS: MANGA + UKIYO-E
EROTICA // Wednesday, 08 Jul 2015
Japanese artist Yuji Moriguchi's erotic painting style draws from Manga, tentacle erotica, and Ukiyo-e, a genre of woodblock prints emerging during the prosperous Edo period in Japan. The subject matter includes bestiality (often featuring sea animals or fantastical creatures). Much of his work is commissioned now so his clients influence the content.Moriguchi was drawn to manga first, discovered his affinity for more traditional Japanese painting styles, then decided to combine these aesthetics. He also draws proper Manga, working under the pen name Namida Zubon. Moriguchi received an art degree from Kyoto Seika University, renouned for its faculties of manga and anime, but currently works in Tokyo.
Along with his exotic subject matter, his paintings also contain a plethora of flowers. In an interview with PingMag, Moriguchi said, "Flowers are kinky, aren’t they? They have a poisonous quality besides a symbolic meaning."Tomado de: http://www.juxtapoz.com/erotica/yuji-moriguchi