If you know Jun Pino, you'd know his sense of humor. It's not exactly clean. But he does claim to be an angel anyway which is hard to believe if almost every conversation you have with him references something sinful. That's Jun for you. Translate that mind into his work, you'll find some definite influences but with a creative range. Somehow it works for him, with his work being published in Playboy and other mature publications.
Another of his dirty contributions have been to Detroit's star-studded and world famous Dirty Show, where he attracted much attention with his pieces such as Port of Entry, Anaconda, and Flower of Life. Though much of his work is done for commercial use, he wishes he could create more "dirty" work for exhibitions, galleries, and private collectors but cites the lack of time and his picky need for the right models and props as the culprit.
One day, he says, he'll get his act together and even create his dirty book that has been in mind for years.