Mag Plus Art

Mag + Art is a collection of magazine covers and classical painting mashups, by Eisen Bernardo. This is our beautiful Quite Frankly magazine and La Perle by William Adolphe Bouguereau.

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Rare Poster by Matisse

This poster is one of many rare pieces drawn together for a London exhibition showcasing lithographic posters from the archive of Galeri Mourlot, which originated in Paris but now calls New York its home.

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Hans Bellmer

Bellmer was a German artist, best known for the life-sized pubescent female dolls he produced in the mid-1930s – but it’s this little illustration that caught my eye. Via Wikipedia

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Michael Lentz

Black ink monotypes by Michael Lentz. The prints are 70 x 50cm and are one of a kind and signed, which you can buy here.

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Quite Lovely

Behold! Here is the cover for issue two of The Quite Delightful Project’s luxury erotic publication, the QUITE LOVELY issue.

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Jonathan Kroell

Love these charming line drawings by Jonathan Kroell. Whilst these drawings are very minimalist, every line seems to give the subject character and a great sense of form. Via: Jonathan Kroell

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Iain Claridge Features Quite Frankly

Thank you to Iain Claridge for featuring us on his blog! “Exquisitely produced to the highest standards, the thing that struck me straight away is the attention to detail in a publication that is quite obviously a labour of love – from the bespoke slipcase and exposed coptic stitch binding of the main magazine, to the sweet… Read more »

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Edward VII’s Sex Chair

Oh I say! King Edward VII had some lustful furniture… Although I’m struggling to figure out one would use it.

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Seghe

Massimiliano Pace and Andrea Canducci present a thesis “for a representation of sexual awareness.” I love their sequencing and juxtaposition of erotic imagery. Via: Massimilano

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Action Pants

Who doesn’t want an extra large ‘Snack Sack’?   Via Iain Claridge & How to be a Dapper Gent

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Pybrac

Celebrating #NationalPoetryDay and also referencing our own ongoing fascination with all things erotic, here’s a glance towards Pybrac, by Pierre Louys.

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Masculin-Feminin

Hans Hillmann, arthouse film poster for Goddard’s Masculine Feminine, 1966. Neue Filmkunst Walter Kirchner, Germany.

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Julian Opie

There’s always something so beguiling about Julian Opie’s simple lifework and use of flat colour.

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Crime Series

A retrospective of work by graphic designer Romek Marber is to be on show at the University of Brighton’s Theatre Gallery from 3rd March.

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