Richard Yasmine’s work is also marked by a certain taste for erotic allusions. The artist, because he also feels attached to a very contemporary lifestyle, wants to make room for the evocation of sexuality and even homosexuality within a society sometimes perhaps a little too traditional.
With his Glory Holes table, for example (see above on the left), Richard Yasmine evokes enough of the following words clearly, by its title and structure made up of polished brass phallic elements, an object with a polished brass structure. (or accessory) specific to the X universe.
More subtly, with the pair of pedestals entitled Clou (see above on the right), Richard Yasmine, evokes the idea of penetration. Perfectly imitating the shape of the nail, these trolleys recall the very function of this object: to assemble two elements. Composed of a flat head and with a sharp point, these tables only become tables if they penetrate their base. Once these two elements assembled and the pain to which this forgotten transperssion can refer, the object born.