Oh Gosh! I must admit, lately I've checking Met-Art largely in anticipation of seeing a new Sigrid set, this made my day! She is looking adorable as usual: the buttoned shirt, her genuinely sweet look, the braided hair and the way she's showing off her cute body. She's a bottomless beauty!
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 on Izmani
Pssh, I'd be shy about posing without a shirt on and I'm a guy. I'd convince myself that I'd need to do 20 thousand sit ups, so yeah.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 on Cirinde
I am so happy to have discovered this girl, she's so classically pretty. What a treat!
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 on Presenting Chanice
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 on Glide
Haha, that's creepy as hell and the Anna D 'Glide' set gave me chills. Far too creepy to be arousing but very interesting none-the-less. That was back when Met-Art was still trying to be experimental.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 on Faransa
I agree with hipshot, these girls deserve our utter reverence and respect. They are taking a very brave step in revealing their most intimate body for us to appreciate and analyze. It is obvious that some, such as Chanice, may still be somewhat self-conscious about being so exposed. Chanice actually seemed a bit more reserved in this set that the first, especially, as VictorDJ mentioned, in revealing her anus. I notice quite a few models seem fine with doing spread leg shots but have a complex with showing their anus. I actually had an ex-gf who was shy about me seeing hers, despite it looking perfectly normal. Girls have a lot of stigma around that area.
Aside from that, I'd just like to say that I LOVE Chanice's natural hair in this set and her dreamy eyes and beautiful full lips. She is just a natural beauty.
I find an initial shyness to actually be endearing. Obviously, I wouldn't wish Chanice to be uncomfortable but seeing a demure girl slowly open up and blossom in front of the camera over several shoots is about one of the most beautiful things on earth. The girls who audaciously flaunt the goods from the start burn their candles quickly but girls like Chanice are worth waiting for. It is in their shyness that I see a a recognize a very genuine side of their character, one that is perhaps relateable to me personally.
Sironi really needs to do some outdoor shoots of Barbara, I'd love to see more of her in nature. She's one of the prettiest girls on the site IMO but I feel like we keep getting a variation of the same shoot.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 on Ribosi
I don't really get it. To me there are loads of models who seem a lot more expressionless, at least she doesn't seem to be faking faces, it seems more sincere to me. ON a side not, the last photo in the set #120 is one of the more beautiful things I've seen in life.
Monday, September 15th, 2014 on Presenting Eva Jane
Kitschy glamour lighting effects and set. That purple light shining DIRECTLY into the camera is not good. Cute girl, though.
Monday, September 15th, 2014 on Leagi
First, I want to say Eva is stunningly gorgeous in pic #37 and #42 is like the perfect companion shot. Her casual glance over her shoulder makes the nudity seem almost incidental but you can't overlook her beautiful vulva and her cute anus is like the dot on the exclamation mark! That exciting little extra that reminds you that life is sexy.
Sunday, September 14th, 2014 on Presenting Eva Jane
I've only looked at the first photo and I can already tell I'm going to love this girl...I'll let you know how it goes after I've looked at the whole set.
Wow, I like image # 8, it's audacious yet well composed. I messed around with B/W and contrast properties on it and it could pass as a good bodyscape nude.
Sunday, September 14th, 2014 on Ereksa
Dulcia is certainly not shy in the debut! WOW! @ pic #102
Sunday, September 14th, 2014 on Presenting Dulcia
Indeed. Dulcia allows us access to an intimate landscape we don't always get to enjoy here, the delicate flower bud folds of her inner labia and vagina. Her inner and outer body become truly become one seamless expression of her generous openness.
So since it appeals to your sex drive enough to get at your wallet, it's exempt from also being considered art? I thought art was subjective.
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 on Alairet
There is a site (I wont name as to not sound like I'm plugging it) that was kind of an alternative erotic site like this that used to have videos of girls doing uncommonly personal, everyday things like going through their CD collection or talking about their hobbies, summer plans, etc. (often in the setting of their own home) this all lead to a slow progression of getting nude and more intimate things but the whole context of seeing these girls doing very normal things and getting to know them, for me, made the prospect of seeing them slowly shed their clothes even more exciting. The concept seemed radical.
Maybe Met-Art could strike a balance between artistic studio sets and sets that really show off the models as individuals.
Monday, September 8th, 2014 on Alairet
If there's not a video of this angelic girl at some point, I'm gonna...uh...stick my hand in the toaster.
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Sigrid
Personally, I just love the fact that there is an erotic site where Greek mythology references are met with open arms lol. It's a infinitely better than your typical, terse "nice boobies" comments.
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Diavere
*Sorry, his name is Insuh Yoon
had to correct that.
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Alairet
I might be alone in this opinion but here I go:
This set is decent and Sapphira is absolutely stunning but I don't think these old-hat, antique props and such sets really do young, vibrant models like Sapphira a lot of justice nor suit her. There are loads of very technically talented young photographers that could capture these models with a much more cutting edge and youthful creativity without sacrificing explicitness or being too artsy-fartsy. For instance, there is a young photographer from NYC called Insuh Young who is only about 27 and does great explicit nudes similar to this site, however, the photographs just feel younger and bring out something more intimate in the model. I'd love to see more work like that because these models are so worth it.
Depends on the prop...these antique phones and such are a bit old hat and cliched. Now if she, for instance, started the set setting a copy of Vogue Magazine on fire...that would be interesting. Pretentious...maybe, but it would get people talking, none-the-less.
"That hide that she's getting older"
She's 19, for god's sake...that's a bit harsh.
Yep and I think that's what a lot of people on this site look for. That plastic, glamour look appeals to a lot of people, I have no idea why.
I do think, however, the photographers could go a step further without sacrificing the explicitness and intimacy of the sets. I'd love to see more real life scenario with a bit of creativity...waking up, making breakfast, etc. ANNND a lot more photos of the models in their every day street clothes, that really highlights their style and individuality and is a lot more interesting than costumes and corny props.
Are you referring to photos where part of the image is in focus (either background or foreground) and the other part is blurred? You obviously are not familiar with photography. That is due to to aperture setting... when a photographer wants to get a crystal clear macro (up close) of...lets say Sapphira's vagina he'll be sacrificing back ground focus to get the clearest image of the subject of focus.
I don't throw around the phrase "painfully beautiful" a lot but it seems apt for Sapphira. I'm not even sure I've seen a girl as pretty as her in my own life and the fact that she has chosen to share her gorgeous body with up just makes it worse...or better (not sure)
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Sapphira A
She looks pretty damn symmetrical to me.
Sigrid has all the stuff of a top fashion model: height, a striking face and slender body. I venture to guess she started as an aspiring fashion and was tired of getting the run around and found more stability as a nude model. I say this because I post on a few fashion blogs and have heard similar stories about a handful of former fashion models (many from Eastern Europe). Just because you are pretty doesn't mean you'll get work and the fashion industry is a lot more corrupt and cut throat than people often mention.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Biskuta
Sigrid is definitely my favorite Met-Art model of the moment. She just has a pure, elegant beauty that only only comes around on rare occasion as a nude model. She would even a striking beauty in the fashion world.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Sigrid
Mind you, I'm not trying to sound pretentious. I actually wonder about the underlying drives and symbols of our desires. It's hormonal at its most base sense but goes far beyond that, early psychologists speculated about symbols and archetypes.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Morsiya
I agree, it creates an almost overwhelming dichotomy in the mind that is erotic in the deepest sense possible. We build up an image of the proverbial Goddess, pure and pristine when we see women like this who exude class but when witness her in her most intimate and explicit form (her vulva and, in particular, her anus) we are confronted and reminded of her ultimate humanity...to see something deemed as unglamorous within the context of such glamour actually becomes a thing of beauty...it reminds us and ascends us to something unknowable.
Pic #100 is just adorable and sexy all at once.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Presenting Solveig
I really love Solveig's glasses and top at the beginning. Not that that was the only thing I noticed in the set :) but, ya know, it's nice when the model has a good sense of fashion.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Nelsso
Beautifully stated. I love the idea of the model being the subject of the viewer rather than the object. Where she is "subjectified" rather than objectified in that her whole personality and humanity is the subject of admiration and she ins't just some lifeless object going through a series of rote poses. She is a real, breathing, loving human being and you feel touched by her grace.
It would actually be great (IMO) if the models had interviews or said a little more about themselves, so we could get to know them as humans more but I suppose many greatly value their privacy.
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 on Pentacis
I LOVE that greenish-brown eye color.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Enoila
I could easily see Fernanda gracing the cover of a SI: Swimsuit Edition, she's got that look. Striking face and gorgeous body! This set was a joy to stumble upon.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Presenting Fernanda
I agree that Met-Art doesn't represent naturally full-figured women quite enough. Generally, they gravitate towards the more lean, fashion model physique, this set was a refreshing. It suppose this is subjective but I'm not quite sure I'd compare Muse to a Penthouse model (even one of the 70s). I typically think Met-Art models are a cut above standard girly mag models in terms of classic beauty. Just my opinion.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 on Pentacis
Muses were thought to be goddesses of inspiration to the arts. This Muse would make a beautiful inspiration for any painter or even filmmaker. She certainly inspired the photographer to bring out her full beauty! I feel fortunate that she has shared the beauty of her body with us.
Wish there were more of her.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 on Ganna A
Refreshingly casual set!
Although I think the highlight is that it features the best photos, so far, of Sapphira's beautiful anus. Pic #112 is unreal! To be able to experience such explicitly intimate detail of a classic beauty like Sapphira is unreal, it's like the profane dancing with the divine. Thank you Sapphira for sharing with us your humanity.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 on Quanthe
Although I much prefer slender bodied/slim figured women such as Nancy and Lusi, I am still able to appreciate a full figured young woman with the beauty of Muse. She is a welcome addition to any erotic art website.
Sunday, January 4th, 2015 on Pentacis
Hi okino) I agree with you. I also prefer the gradual developments)
Thursday, September 18th, 2014 on Cirinde
So do you okino if your normal. I agree with Catherine, It is a job but with some special requirements that not all can live with. If a girl cannot relax and and enjoy the work she will not be good at it. Her mind must be open and free of fear to do this. It takes self confidence and passion. The female body is a wonderful thing and it is only normal for us to like it and want to see it. There is nothing weird or wrong it is as we were made and god did not make us with clothes on. Fortunately many cultures do not have all the taboos we in America are saddled with.
You assume I am not familiar with photography. Read my statement again without assumption. It reads as it should.
I agree with you about the "real life" scenarios in shoots. They don't have to be "grab shots" or amateurishly done. One of my personal favorites is Monica A's set "Yakilias" where she's photographed eating/playing with an orange while dressed in a white robe.
As far as street clothing, personally I'd like to see more of that too. Makes the models less distant and more humanized. Don't get me wrong, I really like well-done studio shoots, even sometimes with somewhat off-kilter props.
EXACTLY! You hit the nail on the head, okino... more "real life, everyday routine" sets would be fun. Even when you know it's "only" posing for a photoset, it can be really fun when the model gets into it.
Well said in turn, okino, thank you. ( :
Sunday, September 7th, 2014 on Pentacis
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