The Grammar of Matter
I awoke on Saturday morning invaded by thoughts that I should write about Cranes (Grus grus). This train of thought had been prompted by memories of my last visit to Cranbury Park, thirteen months ago. 446 more words
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Helmut Newton (1920 – 2004) was a German-Australian photographer who specialised in fashion and fetishism.
Newton worked for Vogue, Playboy and Harper’s Bazaar. He also published several books of his photography work. 154 more words
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“These are dreams that present themselves as dreams, and insofar as they are transparent there is a reality to them which commercial fantasies do not have. 179 more words
Namio Harukawa (1947-Present) is a Japanese illustrator known for his graphic images of face sitting.
Can’t say much more than that.
It’s exactly what it says on the tin. 253 more words
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Eric Stanton (1926 – 1999) is probably one of America’s most famous bondage illustrators of the 1950s-70s.
Quite a lot of Stanton’s work involved women on women bondage, some of them particularly brutal. 232 more words
Selita Ebanks in WestEast Magazine (2013)
This one burns…
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Tom of Finland (1920-1991) was a Finnish artist famous for his drawings of homosexual encounters.
That’s the bio. Now on to the artworks.
There’s something hilarious about Tom of Finland’s work but we can’t quite work out what it is. 158 more words