Have you ever wondered what emoji would look like if they were totally X-rated? Considering how wild sex can be, it's a scary thought — and yes, there's a group that's decided to show what a sexual emoji palette would look like.
I'll be the first to admit that I do not like to have sex while high. Weed strains (or any other substance) and my private parts equal dysfunction, which in turn, equals me explaining to whatever partner I'm with, "Look, I'm just not into it right now, wait a bit, eh?"
Erotic illustration is so hot right now — and we're not just talking about the sexiness of the content, either! Throughout Instagram, people are showing their own take on human sexuality, and many of the best illustrators are gaining huge followings online.
The insanity that is DPRK has caused a wave of Kim Jong Un street art to be made — and all of it is lampooning the dictator.
40 years ago, one of the most amazing sci-fi comic book collections ever made debuted. Based off of the smash hit movie, the first round Star Warscomics first hit store shelves in July of 1977. They soon became the foundation of a number of major story arcs that would later get featured in movies — and also became major collectibles.
Humanity has always had a history of expressing social, political, and personal views using artwork. In Ancient Greece, the artwork extolling political figures took the form of statues and paintings on amphorae. In the 1850’s, it was a political cartoonist by the name Thomas Nast who outed Boss Tweed’s corruption through the form of easy to understand comics published in a local paper. Today, artists who are inspired to speak out against political figures are doing so through digital art - and what these pictures showing Trump definitely say more than a thousand words on how the artists feel about the president’s actions.