In the 1940s, a man named John Alexander Scott Coutts became the first editor of the fetish periodical Bizarre Magazine, publishing 26 issues between 1946–1956 under the name John Willie. He acted as editor, illustrator and photographer and put together some of the most extreme pornographic imagery of his day.
Hailing from Mexico, artist Hector Pineda works easily in both traditional and digital art formats, but today we’re going to focus on his pen and ink and paint work. Delving into his work is like tearing through the intangible membrane that separates one universe from another, and seeing creation grand
Last night I watched this really cool documentary about LAURIE LIPTON, who happens to be one of our favorite artists! Her work is beyond inspirational and I can’t stress how much respect we have for her. She was one of the first artists Meghan covered on these pages, and whether
There is so much beauty in the grotesque and the proof of this can be found in the artwork of Fritz Aigner (1930 – 2005). The pictures you are about to see below are erotic and profane. I feel it’s important for you to create your own feeling about his
I would be lying if I said I liked everyday, normal art. Ever since I can remember, I have been a fan of weird shit – especially in art! Today we want to turn you on to one of our favorite sources for out of this world art – it
I have no issue waving my freak flag high! For the past 3 years, I have had the honor of djaying the opening party of Vancouver Fetish Weekend and attending many of the events each year. What I really love is the freedom that this scene allows with no judgement.