For my new blog I went searching for bondage covers by Weird Tales. Some of you might remember a blog with covers from Margareth Brundage I have shared before. To see the bondage covers visit my new free blog.Read More →

Barye Philips (1924-1969) was an American painter and illustrator of pulp magazines and paperbacks. Phillips was also active as a painter and sculptor.He illustrated training booklets and propaganda during World War II. Phillips began painting paperback covers around 1943 and was very prolific throughout the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, earningRead More →

There are various artists known for their (bdsm art) book illustrations that also illustrated for the magazine La Vie Parisienne. When you take a closer look, and perhaps with a little fantasy, you can see subtile settings related to bdsm themes. Enjoy this free gallery.Read More →

The album for L’Infernale fouetteuse (1935), illustrated by Cheri Herouard was updated with 12 large artworks. Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page. Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here. Not a member yet?Read More →

This album puzzled me for a long time. I might have it completely wrong (so don’t hold it against me).There is little known for the book Le Vaisseau des larmes. It was published in 1933, written by James Starbine. The art is believed to be from Gaston Smit (but heRead More →

Art from Sadie Mazo is rarely shared on the internet. So far I managed to create three albums (corresponding to the books he/she illustrated). Today I found a few new artworks and some in better quality for the book L’ille des Vamps, published in 1938. Members can view the renewedRead More →

The book La Maison du Supplices was published many times, with art from M. del Giglio, Charles Hirlemann and Gaston Smit. I could not (yet) find art from M. del Giglio and the other artworks were difficult to track down but I could create a small album with art fromRead More →

This book shows many vintage fetish artworks from various artists that can be found on my site as well. It was published in 1987. Click the images to enlarge, this will redirect you to the auction site where the book was offered for sale (you can still see the enlargedRead More →

The artist C.M. Diez was, along with Franz von Bayros, probably the most famous illustrator for Erotica in Art Nouveau at the turn of the century. Among other things, he created the legendary vignettes and illustrations for the first edition of de Sade’s “120 Days”. Be sure to view theRead More →

  Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1891 – 1976 ~ Max Ernst was a German (naturalised American in 1948 and French in 1958) painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet. A prolific artist, Ernst was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and surrealism. He had no formal artistic training, but hisRead More →

Something that took me many hours to work out. Organizing the artworks from Gert Gaggleman (also known with the name Judie Delcourt). Not only did I reorganize the albums but I could also add more artworks that had not been uploaded before. So now the page for Gaggleman contains 16Read More →

This artwork is published in a more modern version from La Paysanne Pervertie ou les Dangers de la Vie, published in 1957/1958 Art by unknown artist.Read More →

These artworks were created for the book ‘La paysane pervertie, ou Les dangers de la ville; histoire d’Ursule R**’ published in 1785. Artist unknown.Read More →

This book was published in 1914 with art from J.R and a cover done by Gaston Smit. There are 8 artworks, I found 5 (one of which I am not entirely sure if it belongs to this book) Members can view the album below.            Read More →

In Greek mythology, Andromeda is the daughter of the king of Aethiopia, Cepheus, and his wife Cassiopeia. When Cassiopeia boasts that she is more beautiful than the Nereids, Poseidon sends the sea monster Cetus to ravage the coast of Aethiopia as divine punishment. Andromeda is chained to a rock asRead More →

These artworks come from the book Sensualités, published in 1908. The artist remains unknown.Read More →

Chair Sanglée ou les Voluptés fetichistes was published around 1935, and has a lot of artwork from Wighead to show. The book has a total of 48 artworks in it, my album shows 38. Members can view the art below, or via the artist’s page.          Read More →

Femmes et Corsaires was written by Jean de La Beuque, who’s name also appears as an illustrator for some books. Some mention De La Beuque was a pseudonym from Alan Mac Clyde and that he killed this pseudonym off, for some reason. Some books contain notes from editors or MacRead More →