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For some, erotic art is about as saucy as it gets. But for those of you with more niche interests and a flair for the most-taboo elements of erotica, we have just the thing. Visceral is a new book of art from Viscous Publications that takes a deep dive into the the underbelly of human sexuality. Get a sneak peek at some selections of work in the gallery above.

Curated and art directed by Amy Hood, the book is intended as a “compendium of photographic and literary explorations delving into the dark side of love, lust and infatuation.” It features work from photographers such as Bil Brown, David Bellemere, Enga Purevjav and written work from the likes of Lydia Lunch and Ava Berlin. It is only being pressed in a limited run of 500 copies, with a few editions for sale that are signed by the artist.

Visceral is available for pre-order via Viscous Publications.

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