Carol Stiler (aka Trimetilamina) is a fetish-photograph whose artworks combine a sweet sample of innocent tenderness with a gore, bizarre attraction for dreadful imaginary situations. Some of her slightly NSFW photographs may highlight the suavity of the human body, while some of the others explore her inner anxieties (see the insects series on her page) or simply deliver a weird gastronomic taste (menstrual blood tea, anyone?).
The pornceptual artist Carol Stiler thinks of herself as a “robot unicorn” and she accepts she’s crazy “for feeling so lonely”. No wonder she fills her artistic views with subjects such as self-androgyne exposure, nature as a cozy cradle and sex as introduction custom (“hello stranger, let’s shake our genitals!”).
Well, you’re not that lonely, Carol! My fetishes involve toilet paper with red lipstick on it and feet-licking, so I think you’re cool.
Anyway, you really should check out more of her artworks. You can do that on Flickr .
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