Obscure objects of desire

Amped up levels of sensuality, raw displays of lust, and the binding ropes of bondage make this shoot by Nicolas Guerin more about the mood and less about the lingerie featured within it – luxurious as the pieces by the likes of La Perla and Agent Provocateur may be. It’s titled Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir and, like the 1977 film of the same name, it’s a study in objects of desire; those things that tease and tantalise and stir a growing sense of longing that cuts deeper the longer the desired object goes unattained. We’re voyeurs to Guerin’s grainy black and white images, in which the males are anonymous, faceless counterparts to their obscure objects of desire.

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Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)
Cet Obscur Objet Du Desir by Nicolas Guerin for Khube Magazine (NSFW)

As featured in Khube Magazine, you can view the full shoot by Nicolas Guerin at the gallery above.

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