On my computer I discovered some images from O. Ridrick (also known as Y.Vanoff) that I had not published before. So there is a small album added with 4 new images. Perhaps updates like these seem minor, they are very important to create a large collection with art combined, andRead More →

Finally was able to collect more then one album for Artist E. Klem. Be sure to visit this page for the unique artworks, or enjoy this free preview.  Read More →

Bdsm Artist

Prev 1of6 Next It is mentioned that E. Klem could be a pseudonym used by Eugene Klementieff. For Eugene Klementieff I could find out he was the son of artist Aleksei Klementiev (1875-1946), Eugène Klementieff spent most of his life in France. He was a student at the famous CubistRead More →

Soon I will be working on a dedicated page with vintage bondage art. Here is a small preview to get you warm 🙂 Some artworks are from anonymous artists, more from the same unknown artists can be found here, the black and white sketches are from Gene Bilbrew, Swiss JimRead More →

Illustrator for Femdom and fetish art

Prev 1of7 Next ~ 1896 – 1982 ~ Wighead was an illustrator of femdom/femsub BDSM/spanking novels in the 1930s. Over the years I have seen more artwork that can be connected to Wighead, someone once told me that drawings with the signature E.K were not from Wighead but from EugeneRead More →

Szekely was a bdsm artist

  Prev 1of5 Next   ~ 1901 – 1968 ~ Alexander Szekely was a very well-known graphic artist who worked in Budapest, Vienna and Paris between 1920 and 1940. This arstist was well know for making erotic drawings, some of which made lots of money at auctions. He also illustratedRead More →

From Superman illustrator to underground fetish art

Prev 1of6 Next ~ 1914 – 1992 ~ Joe Shuster was born in Toronto, Canada on July 10, 1914. At the age of nine, his family moved to Cleveland, Ohio where he would later meet Jerome Siegel, with whom he would become a creative partner. Siegel and Shuster created aRead More →

Prev 1of6 Next ~ 1900 – 1961 ~ Otto Rudolf Schatz was born in Vienna, Austria, he was a book illustrator, graphic artist and a painter. He takes an important place in European art in the first halft of th 20th century. In the 1920’s and 30’s Otto Rudolf SchatzRead More →

Morey was a fetish artist

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ There is not much information to find about Mory other then he was a fetish artist who illustrated for Irving Klaw.He is often referered to as Mory. His style is easily identified by the oversized rope in his bondage He workedRead More →

Lushé was a French artist active around 1930.

Prev 1of4 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ Lushé was a French artist active around 1930. Some of his drawings appeared in the book ‘Flagellantismus als Erziehung’, written by Joachim Pauly, published in 1972. When I came across the colored artworks I was sure I had seen the artworksRead More →

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1871 – 1933 ~ René Lelonge was a French illustrator and painter. He joined the Salon des Artistes Francais in 1898. He has produced posters and illustrated many books and articles, including the Nelson collection or magazines I know everything , L’Illustration and Femina 4 .Read More →

Marilac seems to be Mario Labocetta

Prev 1of7 Next ~ 1899 – 1988 ~ The pseudonym Marilac was used by Italian artists Mario Laboccetta for who I was unable to find a proper bio in English. So I tried to translate from Italian. He was born in Naples and became famous in Paris. During the 1920/1930’sRead More →

Swiss Jim was a FemDom Artist

Prev 1of7 Next ~ date of birth unknown ~ Pseudonym for a Swiss/French Artist, referred to as ‘Swiss Jim’ He also used the pseudonym Gil. There is nearly nothing known for this artist, a collector knew he was originally from Geneva and died during a holiday trip in 1964. HisRead More →

Prev 1of10 Next ~ 1881 – 1961 ~ Cheri Herouard was a French artist and illustrator of numerous erotica and spanking novels. He used the pseudonym Herric when he illustrated spanking novels for various French publishing houses, such as Jean Fort’s Collection des Orties Blanches. Chéri Hérouard was born asRead More →

Gaggleman is known for her enema artworks

Free Preview Prev 1of8 Next The artworks from this artist seem to be connected to an artist using the name or pseudonym Gert Gaggleman, in the past these artworks were attributed to someone named Judie (or Julie) Delcourt. If and what connection there is between the art and this nameRead More →

Modern looking bdsm art by Hata Deli

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown In the 1920s and 1930s, the artist created black and white BDSM drawings (hard contrast lineart) in a kind of post-art-nouveau style. Hata Deli’s artworks are cherished among fans of femdom/malesub art. The artists specialized in sadistic, cruel dominant women, lustfully engagingRead More →

John Willie was a bondage artist

Prev 1of9 Next   ~ 1902-1962 ~ John Alexander Scott Couts was born in Singapore and grew up in England. In the mid-1930s, he began working for a Sydney-based fetish club as an illustrator and photographer; around this time he began a relationship with Holly Faram, one of his models,Read More →

Prev 1of11 Next ~ Date of birth unknow ~ Carlo was a French illustrator who’s real name is unknown. It is assumed he worked as cartoonist for the Magazine Humor using the pseudonym Charléno ( Charles Henaut?)He has made a lot of sado masochistic drawings in the 1930’s published byRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next When searching for new artists to add to my collection I come across many illustrated books with rare bdsm artworks. For some books the illustrator could not (yet) be determined, sometimes a name was provided but no info could be found for that name. Some books wereRead More →

A selection artworks for which I was unable to determine the artist. View the preview gallery to get an idea of how many albums are stored here. For faster loading of the albums I created separate pages for some subjects: Bdsm Bondage Crossdressing Enema FemDom Spanking  Read More →