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There is a world, a subtext behind every design, a secret story that helps me not forget the perfect feeling of being in the right place in the world. How did the response to your Instagram change over time? I published the first drawings in April to keep them in order. I never paid too much attention to the growth of the fan base or the viral power of certain images, but at one point I realized that what I thought was just my space became a space for everyone. This thing has changed my approach slightly, and I began to care more about the page's appearance, but more for the respect for visitors than out of self-respect. With a more cautious organization, I got the storytelling of my relationship. Is there anything you do to get around their community guidelines? I do everything so that those who visit my profile can feel comfortable. I do not talk about sex as an excitement and voyeuristic performance, but as a moment of pure and sweet intimacy. That's why sometimes I cover the nipples with graphics, even though it makes me smile that someone can think that a drawing of a small pink circle is obscene. What else are you working on right now? I'm ending the latest phases of my third illustrated book, which will be called hotelrooms. It will be an emotional investigation into 12 hotel rooms with the man I love. Can you talk about how you learned to make art? Almost everything I know about art, my mother taught me. An erotic cabinet, ordered by Catherine the Great , seems to have been adjacent to her suite of rooms in the Gatchina Palace. The furniture was highly eccentric with tables that had large penises for legs. Penises and vaginas were carved on the furniture. The walls were covered in erotic art. The rooms and the furniture were seen in by two Wehrmacht-officers but they seem to have vanished since then. Schiele served time in jail and had several works destroyed by the authorities for offending contemporary mores with his depictions of nude girls. By the 20th century, photography became the most common medium for erotic art. Publishers like Taschen mass-produced erotic illustrations and erotic photography. Today, erotic artists thrive, although, in some circles, much of the genre is still not as well accepted as the more standard genres of art such as portraiture and landscape. During the last few centuries, society has broadened its view of what can be considered as art and several new styles developed during the 19th century such as Impressionism and Realism. This has given today's artists a broad variety of genres from which to choose, including; fantasy , pinup , horror , fetish , comics , anime , hentai , and many other niche genres all with erotic elements. Classic "war-era" pin-ups like the works of Alberto Vargas , Gil Elvgren and Baron Von Lind , are still as popular as their contemporaries: The acceptance and popularity of erotic art has pushed the genre into mainstream pop-culture and has created many famous icons. The Guild of Erotic Artists was formed in to bring together a body of like-minded individuals whose sole purpose was to express themselves and promote the sensual art of erotica for the modern age. Between and sexologist and gallerist Laura Henkel , curator of the Erotic Heritage Museum and the Sin City Gallery, organised 12 Inches of Sin, an exhibition focussing on art that expresses a diverse view of sexuality and challenging ideas of high and low art. Whether or not an instance of erotic art is obscene depends on the standards of the jurisdiction and community in which it is displayed. California established a three-tiered test to determine what was obscene—and thus not protected, versus what was merely erotic and thus protected by the First Amendment. Delivering the opinion of the court, Chief Justice Warren Burger wrote,. The basic guidelines for the trier of fact must be: As this is still much vaguer than other judicial tests within U. Similar difficulties in distinguishing between erotica and obscenity have been found in other legal systems. Oinochoe by the Shuvalov Painter , c. Hokusai, The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife , c. Gustave Courbet , L'Origine du monde , Erotic art by Peter Johann Nepomuk Geiger. Sheela na Gig at Kilpeck, England. Jupiter et Junon by Agostino Carracci - Tantric carving from the Lakshmana Temple, Khajuraho , India. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the punk zine, see Artcore Fanzine. For the electric guitars, see Ibanez Artcore series. For the genre of music, see Art punk. 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Classic "war-era" pin-ups like the works of Alberto Vargas , Gil Elvgren and Baron Von Lind , are still as popular as their contemporaries: The acceptance and popularity of erotic art has pushed the genre into mainstream pop-culture and has created many famous icons. The Guild of Erotic Artists was formed in to bring together a body of like-minded individuals whose sole purpose was to express themselves and promote the sensual art of erotica for the modern age. Between and sexologist and gallerist Laura Henkel , curator of the Erotic Heritage Museum and the Sin City Gallery, organised 12 Inches of Sin, an exhibition focussing on art that expresses a diverse view of sexuality and challenging ideas of high and low art. Whether or not an instance of erotic art is obscene depends on the standards of the jurisdiction and community in which it is displayed. 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