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Skeletons performing fellatio, plump butt-cheeks and sex sex sex – @Baileyillustrations artwork is all of this and more.

 

Matt Bailey is an artist known for his sexy illustrations which he lovingly plasters all over Instagram for his huge following of over four hundred thousand followers.The NSFW images consist of meticulous pen marks showing great detail in every piece. You can sometimes watch Bailey showcase his skills on Instagram live.

The themes of his work tend to be sexual, typically showing a female and a skeleton embracing or performing a sexual act; butts are another favourite by the artist to draw. Each image is drawn within a box and is created using black ink. Under each drawing are phrases conjured up by the artist.

If you find yourself in love with his designs then you can purchase merchandise that features the spooky skeletons or you could even go the extra mile and get tattooed by the artist himself. Now that he has turned his hand to tattooing,  there is no stopping his talent as he exclusively inks his unique works of art onto his clients creating blackwork masterpieces.

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Two pieces on Zach and Amy today. Thank you both!!

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The images are simple in that they are drawn with no over-use of materials or different colours, but, the creative flow that is Matt Bailey makes these images super unique and the small intricate pen marks show his attention to detail and precision.

His naughty kink-filled images of BDSM, candle-wax dripping and tying-up have proved to attract a very engaged audience and his work is hugely appreciated by his loyal following. And although the images can be sexual and eerie they can also be quite romantic and heartfelt:

 

I had a quick chat with Matt about his style and tattooing:

So your work is quite out there in regards to its themes… how would you describe your art to someone that is yet to see it?

“Oh, geez. Mostly dark/satirical work involving skeletons and butts.”

Why do you choose to draw, what some may call, such explicit images?

“Its just what I’ve always enjoyed seeing. I grew up on stuff like heavy metal magazines, which regularly featured that kind of thing.”

And what are your plans for the future?

“Do more tattoos, get fucking good at that!”

These Not-Safe-For-Work illustrations are sure to get you excited and if the skeletons are anything to go by then we are in for an exciting afterlife.

 

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