Last year, Sex Work 101 wrote up a short piece that briefly touched on Hajime Sorayama and his erotic cyber art. It delved into Sorayama’s history a bit an showcased a few of his pieces, giving a clear representation of his style.
What was disappointing about the article was the lack of Sorayama’s work, but, then again, learning about Sorayama and admiring what Sorayama can do are entirely different. Sorayama is a genius in cyber sex concept art. His robotic sex pots’ metallic bodies illusively shine and their sleek lines and curves are drawn to perfect 10 precision.
Although Hajime Sorayama is well known as a cyber sex artist his versatility in styles shows how talented he really is.
Almost as a homage to classic Japanese erotic woodblock prints, Sorayama mixes sex and fine Japanese art quite nicely.
Well known names in the world of erotic art are few and far between. Hajime Sorayama has done well as an erotic artists as well as an artist in general. So many art students around the world study his work and how he has an amazing eye for the female form in all her sexy beauty.
Making a career in the art world is a difficult thing. Carving a niche for one’s self in adult erotic art can be even harder. The art world will often turn up it’s nose to erotic art, reducing it to nothing more than cartoon pornography. Erotic art is a tough medium to work with for an artist at times. The critics can be brutal, but, who really cares about critics?
Hajime Sorayama is considered a great artist not just from looking at his work and seeing how he can create new realities with such realism, but also from his fan base that is world wide.
Hajime Sorayama is a living treasure in the world of erotic art.