Thursday, January 1, 2009

Oil on Wood ...Audrey Kawasaki

Audrey Kawasaki is my new favorite artist..... she rocks. Her works are oil paintings on wood panels that can be described as a fusion of Art Nouveau and Japanese manga. Kawasaki's art features erotic images of adolescent girls drenched in meloncoly and sensuality. There is something haunting and even disturbing about her paintings. They are highly illustrative and draw you in to the story of each girl. People usually either like her frames or they don't. I LOVE THEM.
I invite you to scrutinize, analyze and enjoy her celebration of sensuality, femininity and strangeness. These are just a few of my favorites. For more check out her official web site www.audrey-kawasaki.com



I'm still here (2008)


My Dishonest Heart (2008)


Collab with Stella Im Hultberg (2008)


Two sisters (2008)

She who dears (2008)

Longing (2008)

The Strangers (2008)

Her secret bird (2008)

Karamari (2008)

Possessed (2008)

Futari Hitori de (2007)


Memai (2007)


Oiran (2007)


Minami no uta (2007)



Yume no ato (2006)


Aisai 1 (2006)


Setsuna 1 (2006)


Koto de doozo (2006)


Octo Girls (2006)



Horn girl (2006)


Lydia (2006)


Oyasumi (2006)


Rat Girl (2005)


Green (2005)


Touch me (2005)


Lick Face (2005)


Two girls (2005)


wanting (2008)


Reconcile (2008)


Stare (2008)


Okimiyage (2008)


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HAPPY NEW YEAR ¡¡¡¡ to every body, wishing you a year filled with beauty, pleasure, love and properity.

and dont forget...
.:have a tasty day:.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

these are so gay

Anonymous said...

Me digs..
like d
"Touch me"
-.-

Anonymous said...

i love "lydia" it's so creepy... but you put so many if u had to choose just one what would it be

***Coco Kanela*** said...

its really dificult to choose just one personally i love octo girls but if i had to pick one to lets say put in my house it would be Minami no uta... its very tranquil and relaxing but at the same time deeply sad and strange in true Audrey Kawasaki stlye

Anonymous said...

yeah..
plus ur average human being won't find it ofensive..

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