Black Party posters (slide show) (extremely NSFW)

Every year, the Black Party unleashes a promotional poster that pushes sexual and artistic boundaries. Take a tour back in time through the creepy, hot images.

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  • Black Party posters

    Click through above to check out more than three decades' worth of Black Party posters, starting with this year's version by the notorious REX. And once more: It's extremely NSFW! Don't say we didn't warn you.

  • The Black Party, 2014

  • Black Party Poster, 2013

  • Black Party Expo Poster, 2013

  • Black Party Poster, 2012

  • Black Party Expo Poster, 2012

  • Black Party Poster, 2011

  • Black Party Expo Poster, 2011

  • Black Party Poster, 2010

  • Black Party Expo Poster, 2010

  • Black Party Poster, 2009

  • Black Party Poster, 2008

  • Black Party Poster, 2007

  • Black Party Poster, 2006

  • Black Party Poster, 2005

  • Black Party Poster, 2004

  • Black Party Poster, 2003

  • Black Party Poster, 2002

  • Black Party Poster, 2001

  • Black Party Poster, 2000

  • Black Party Poster, 1999

  • Black Party Poster, 1998

  • Black Party Poster, 1996

  • Black Party Poster, 1995

  • Black Party Poster, 1994

  • Black Party Poster, 1993

  • Black Party Poster, 1992

  • Black Party Poster, 1991

  • Black Party Poster, 1990

  • Black Party Poster, 1989

  • Black Party Poster, 1988

  • Black Party Poster, 1987

  • Black Party Poster, 1986

  • Black Party Poster, 1985

  • Black Party Poster, 1984

  • Black Party Poster, 1983

  • Black Party Poster, 1982

  • Black Party Poster, 1981

Black Party posters

Click through above to check out more than three decades' worth of Black Party posters, starting with this year's version by the notorious REX. And once more: It's extremely NSFW! Don't say we didn't warn you.

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In 1981, the Saint nightclub hosted the first Black Party in the East Village, a two-night bacchanal celebrating the arrival of spring. A poster featuring a pair of unsettling—yet hot—Robert Mapplethorpe images let revelers know what they were in for: This wasn't going to be your average night at the disco. More than three decades later, the Saint at Large's Black Party (and the Black Party Expo) has continued to push the envelope with these images, many of which blur the line between high art and lowly porn. The best of them—from 1983's frightening S&M vampire by artist REX (who also designed this year's poster) to 2011's disturbing "fuck yourself" vision—leave us both creeped out an turned on. Recently, the Saint at Large has expanded into other media with its controversial ads, including "trailer" videos. Check out this year's (NSFW) short film, directed by Justin Monroe.



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