7 Erotic Instagrammers Who Post AMAZING Artsy-Sexy Photos To Drool Over

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Anyone up for a little erotica?

If you're bored of your usual Instagram feed of make-up tutorials, kitten videos, and life hacks that don't actually work, then it's probably time to add a little spice to your follower list. No not recipe videos — I'm talking about erotic art.

You don't have to turn to a shady pornographic site or even leave your house to go to a fancy erotic art gallery in order to appreciate some nice nude photographs and drawings. There are hundreds of erotic Instagrams to check out, some that can serve as a little bedroom inspiration, and some that are deliberately humorous, but either way, the app is dripping with them.

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So with that in mind, here's a handful of erotic Instagrams that need your love right now:

1. Tina Maria Elena Bak

Based in Odense, Denmark, Tina specializes in sensual and erotic art from the woman's point of view, which in all honesty is kind of rare in the art world, considering the male gaze is so prevalent in erotica. This only makes Tina's art more wonderful, because with every brush stroke you can sense a purity that a lot of erotic art lacks.

That's not to say it's not sexy too; there's a lot going on in these pictures: oral, penetration, fingering, and even a little finger-in-mouth action. Surreal colors are used to depict skin tones, which really sets Tina's art apart from other erotic artists as it really enhances how eye-catching and sensual the pictures is; bright blues and oranges, pinks and yellows, and coal dark blacks are used, via watercolors, acrylics, and cut paper.

These color choices make each nude glow, increasing the sensuality that shines through.

2. LukeWarmBabyCarrot

Mods Babygirl and Blueberrie have set up a wonderful online gallery of erotic art for a diverse look through the world of bondage and vintage portraits. Many of the pictures come from the early 19th Century, which is interesting for two reasons: 1) It shows us that old-timey kinkiness hasn't changed much and 2) A lot of the pictures show a glint of humor that not many modern erotic pictures show.

You can see all of the similarities and contradictions between old and new erotica in the gallery itself, as the gallery also showcases and credits modern artists, such as @nerlywalker's sweet Catwoman-esque character designs, as well as @janabrike's flowery genitals. 

3. Prickelpitty

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And now for some BDSM! With a mixture of vintage drawings and modern photography, this account is filled with fetish-centric images that are not for the faint of heart. If you've ever been interested in being a fly-on-the-wall during a BDSM event or photo-shoot then here's your chance.

Alongside the retro drawings and dominatrix photography, there are also scenic photos that set a darker theme to the account, and to a lot of people, there's nothing sexier than being alone with your sub or dom in an abandoned and forgotten building.

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4. Jonathon Jesse Jones

Jonathon's Instagram account is full of paintings and drawings of burlesque dancers, pole dancers, pin-up models, and also includes portraits of fellow Instagrammers such as @nazzfitness and @zakkdlarte. The digital painter uses an impressionist technique to depict his models with large clean brush strokes, giving each painting a nice sense of movement.

The account is also full of works in progress, which gives an interesting insight into the process of painting the nude form, and how a drawing can go from one style to another with the addition of color and texture. 

5. Rene Carlos

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Unlike many of the artists on this list, Carlos' erotica is more abstract in nature. Many of the photographs show couples making love, blurred in a way that demonstrates the fast and passionate nature of sex. The blurring almost looks like delicate brushstrokes, and the warm almost 70s color palate just makes every photo look so cozy.

Yet despite never seeing genitalia or lips touching, the images spark a fervorous feeling inside that makes you fill in the gaps yourself. 

6. Eromaticax

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Eromaticax's art has a delightful pop-art style that still manages to be evocative, sexy, and very romantic. Each drawing tells a story that seems to relate to the next, sharing tales of love-making under the stars. The minimalist style uses only a few vibrant primary colors which really make the drawings stand out beautifully, as does the text that describes the passion of the characters within the drawings.

The art isn't just for Instagram, you can also buy T-shirts, patches, postcards, pins, and even towels with the art printed on them from Erotaticax's shop, just maybe avoid wearing the shirt to the office.

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7. Jan Kowalewicz

Delicate black and white sketches, with little bursts of color here and there, Jan's art is reminiscent of a NSFW cult-classic comic book. The angles of the drawings make the audience feel like they are participating in the sex themselves, particularly in images such as his study of Serpieri, in which you the viewer are squatted below the couple, as if waiting to join in while they enjoy the show.

In others, the romantic side shines through, such as in the wonderful Unity of Souls, which represents the borders of two lovers melting to bring them closer together. 

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Stephanie Watson is a freelance journalist, specializing in social justice, wellness, and pop culture. She is the editor-in-chief of feminist website Fembot Magazine, creator of the zine Cyberrriot, and has contributed to such online publications as HelloGiggles, Bitch Media, Bustle, and many more. Follow her on Twitter @Stephie__Watson.

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