Met Art, only the most erotic girls

The change of name from Most Erotic Teens to Met-Art that took place years after its foundation in 1999 shows the kind of erotic philosophy to which this website was affiliated. From conventional eroticism to a more artistic and delicate, with a very elaborate photography and carefully selected models that delight its members. In spring 2012 the company took another step forward and, without abandoning its splendid photographic and purely erotic facet, opened the website SexArt. com, where porn scenes are hung in a similar tone, between glamcore and erotic art.

Some of the usual ones in her sets are Elle Alexandra, Malena Morgan or Silvie Delux.

It is difficult to evaluate Met-Art considering that it is not exactly a production company, but rather a photographic studio, and that its proposal is far removed from the general pornography of other companies. Met-Art advocates refined eroticism rather than sweaty juggling, and chiseled and sculptural bodies rather than tattooed butts. His women often also militate in the conventional European porn scene, where anal sex and effervescence are unwritten norms, but even the most depraved and nymphomaniacal when she crosses the gates of Met-Art and stands before her photographers becomes a sort of central piece of art in a composition where her body and feminine attributes are only part of the essence. Physical perfectionism, artistic will, maximum visual quality and great profusion are the four pillars on which Met-Art relies.

Technically, this is an old-fashioned space in its navigation dynamics but designed to serve its purpose without artifices: a slow but solid gallery system that shows us photos at brutal resolutions, the possibility of downloading a convenient compressed file with images and a simple and effective video player. Where Met-Art finishes the work is in the frequency of updates: between 4 and 6 packages of content per day, making it a daily must for its members, such as those who read the press or check their mail.

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