“Oh how far we’ve cum!”: PC Erotic magazine questions human sexuality and technology (NSFW)

PC Erotic, a new magazine by visual artist and editor Iris Luz, published by Ditto, is a publication asking personal questions in a wider, readable context. Positioning itself snugly between human sexuality and technology, PC Erotic is an attempt to understand our relationship to them both. “What happens when avatars of porn stars become more popular than the people they represent?” its first issue asks for instance. “How does one protect oneself from the real internet pervert: Google? What about technologically enhanced pornstars? and future dildos… SO many future dildos?”

The publication answers these questions with unashamedly impactful imagery. Its considered and boundary-pushing commissioning has already garnered PC Erotic a reputation – and it’s just hit the shelves. Its use of photography, graphic and editorial design is stylistically “a bit too much”, but in the best way possible. It’s sticky and overtly sexual; a fact likely to make you shriek if spotted in your local newsagents, but one that makes it impossible to look away.

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