Forms and colors for GuinneV
This week I want to talk about GuinneV a graphic dreamer that combines a taste for experimentation to a vein of subtle eroticism, with very interesting results. As for the experimentation, GuinneV, that for her works use both graphics platform of Second Life and of Frenzoo, loves to play with colors and shapes: take a look at Bubbles or Dream Horizon (which seems to me to take some lessons from the American pop art of the Seventies and Eighties), or miss in the orgy of colors of Twins. But GuinneV does not experience colors only, but also forms as mentioned above and some examples you can find in Spun or Le Picnique 2012 rather than Lectric Dancers.
GuinneV also knows how to create romantic images like Glittergirl or Dream time but it is particularly intrigued by the creation of erotic images. Eroticism is a recurring theme, in fact, in many graphic dreamers (just think about Emms, recently returned with new images as Me & My Man, or about Paola Mills, for instance in It’s my Hell, not to say about Connie Sec / Connie Arida whose images are always very sensual, see for example Visiting Corinne) but GuinneV likes to experiment in this field too. So alongside more“classic” images as Afternoon Sport or GuinneV mixed filters, shapes and colors and creates jobs as Trapped, Headbanger (which transforms in Big Bang too) or Caged.
The eroticism of GuinneV spaces from Bdsm (that we had already found in Anais Sapphir, in works like Shibari) to dream: thus Spank approaches Blue Pillow, to Hot Hedd alternates an Hot Day, to the male partner of Red Pillow replace female partners as in Lights Off if not cheerful thresome as in Somebodies Watchin. One thing is certain, at least in their artistic imagination boys and girls of the twenty-first century seem far more uninhibited and curious of their fathers and mothers. Whom perhaps wanted to experience the same things, but more hidden. The result, at least from the graphic point of view, it is interesting and deserves to be applauded: continue to experiment!ShareThis