The artist remains a mystery, I am also not entirely sure if the art may be referred to as vintage. If anyone knows please use the contactform to inform me. Premium members can view the album below or via Anonymous Bdsm Art.             Content RestrictedRead More →

Madone du Cuir was illustrated by Carlo, published in 1937. I was able to replace the old images, which were in small format, to large ones (1600px by 2500px) Members can view this renewed album below, make sure to visit the artist’s page and discover many more art in variousRead More →

Not only was I able to renew multiple albums from Carlo, I also managed to add 4 new albums: Cuir Verni, Dolly Esclave, L’Inquisiteur Moderne and La Reine Cravache with a total of 54 new artworks in large format. Mostly black and white, some in color.Read 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 →

Hageby illustrated spanking and bdsm art

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown I was unable to find out anything at all about the artist Hageby other then the fact he (or she?) illustrated the book Au Royame du Fouet (ou Les Maîtresses impitoyables: grand roman de moeurs Masochistes) published in 1937 and written byRead 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 →

Bilbrew was a fetish artist and cartoonist

Free Preview Prev 1of10 Next ~ 1923 – 1974 ~ Gene Bilbrew was an American cartoonist and fetish artist working mainly in the genres of femdom and bondage. In addition tosigning his work with his own name, he drew under a range of pseudonyms, including Eneg (“Gene” spelled backwards), VanRead More →