If variety is truly the spice of life, then you would be hard pressed to find a collection of figures spicier than those in Choppington‘s gallery. Within, you’ll discover a wide assortment people and creatures of all shapes and sizes, frequently enjoying each other’s company.
Satyrs, mermaids, elves and aliens can all be found frolicking in many states of undress, but many of the denizens Choppington chooses to illustrate are simply humans of varying scale and form. More than merely naked, many these figures are truly exposed, and more than a little vulnerable. Yet, in this vulnerability, they find strength in the excitement of anticipation of — or the arousal of passion during — contact with one another.
These intimate explorations of sensuality are truly timeless, even if they are occasionally rooted in the past or future. Don’t be alarmed should you find your concepts of sexuality expanded as you peruse Chop’s works: variety is often challenging at first, but this is exactly why we seek it.
Written by Jeff in February of 2015. Last edited February 2015.