The movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" celebrated the birthday of its main character Christian Grey on June 18 by releasing the still of leather clad, Audi driving Jamie Dornan on their Facebook page. Female fans of the novel have flooded the page with their comments and are sharing the first picture of the kinky billionaire on the social media. It is, however, the artist, who goes by the name of Victoria on her Web site, who has hit the headlines because of her erotic art inspired by the scenes in the novel.
Victoria's created pictures provide a view of some of the interesting scenes in the novel. The detailing in her artwork is to such an extent that she does not miss any emotion of the scenes that are described in the erotica series. One can view Victoria's work at her Web site rufflesandrestraints.com. Fashion magazine Cosmopolitan too has carried a slideshow story on Victoria's erotic artwork on "Fifty Shades of Grey" and the response to the artist's illustrations has been excellent.
In the 34 pictures displayed on the Web site, Victoria captures the essence of the novel and she even has a special page and art for Christian Grey's birthday. "Quite a lot happens during this section of the first book of the trilogy, but in honor of the mercurial one's special day, I chose to create an illo depicting the brief moment when Ana chose to give Christian one of his gifts a bit early-but on the stipulation that he is not to open it until his actual birthday!," writes Victoria on her Web site.
One of the illustrations show Anna waiting for Grey while he is on the phone. Her other illustrations feature the erotic relationship between Anna and Grey. She is getting lot of appreciation for her artwork. Some Fifty Shades fans have commented that they are far more superior than Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, who are playing the two characters in the upcoming movie.
"Her illustrations of Christian are way hotter and more like the books than Jamie! And her Ana is so much better! She takes every detail from the books and puts them in her illustrations. Just shows you even more how wrong Jamie and Dakota are for the roles," writes Elizabeth Paige on Cosmopolitan's Web site.
"That. was. AWESOME. The people making the movie should take a good look at these for inspiration. These pictures are on point :)," writes another fan Samantha Kandybowicz on the same page.