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PICS: Pervy Pin-ups: Vintage Enema Erotica

Title: Pervy Pin-ups: Vintage Enema Erotica
Author: Galadriel (caras_galadhon) and Barbara (savageseraph)
Fandom: Pin-up Artwork
Pairings: F/M, F/M/F, F/F/F/M, F/F (All OCs)
Rating: NC-17
Feedback: Always appreciated.
Disclaimer: We have vivid fantasy lives, but we did not create, nor do we assert any ownership over any of the artwork presented within.
Summary: A picspam with commentary on a series of vintage erotica art heavily focussed on enemas.
Warnings: Depiction is not endorsement. Additionally, while these are simply fictional drawn pieces, it is worth nothing that we believe that all depicted participants are over the age of consent and that all the activity within is consensual. Regardless, a case could be made for some of the participants being under the age of 18, so please keep that in mind.
Notes: Written/compiled for kink_bingo. Yep, we started (and, it seems, ended) with the enema square again.


Pervy Pin-ups: Vintage Enema Erotica
By Barbara and Galadriel


When considering what we might do for the enema square this time around, we decided we wanted to take a different tack than last time, and instead of writing fic, we thought we might do something a little more graphics-oriented. caras_galadhon suggested icons, so off to Google Images we went to find some useful raw materials.

In and amongst the real and realistic depictions of erotic enemas, we found the third picture in this picspam, which caught our attention simply because it was a different approach than what was presented in the photographs, various black and white illustrations, and more modernist pieces that were available in abundance. A little while after this discovery, we stumbled on a couple more in the same style. It was obvious right off that these pieces were likely all by one artist (or possibly two or three involved in the same project), so we did a little digging.

While we've been unable to find the original source of these pieces (no idea of the artist's name or what publication/show/etc. they might have been for, and there's no signature or other identifying information on the works themselves), we did find, in total, thirty-seven different illustrations, twenty-nine of which are explicitly depicting erotic enemas. (The other eight do not.)

What was even more fascinating was that we realized, as we started to comb through the full set, that many of the pictures were related to each other, as if part of smaller sub-series. As a result, some of them appear to tell a chronological story, and some appear to be the same individuals in different situations. We've tried to group like with like to better underline these similarities, but since we have know way of knowing if we have the entire set of illustrations, it's possible some crucial "plot points" are missing. It's equally possible that many of the ones towards the end that do not seem to correspond with other scenarios around them are simply one-shot drawings.

Right. With all that out of the way... Onward!

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Comments

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nanakibh
Jun. 15th, 2012 03:09 am (UTC)
This... This fascinates me.

I wonder how old these images actually are. I hope they're really as vintage as they look.

While this isn't really a kink of mine, I actually got more concerned with how old the guy in these is supposed to be. LOL I know you said that you think all these participants are above the age of consent, but he looks pretty young compared to these ladies. Even if he is older, this looks like early straight-shota art to me. I'm really curious who these were made for and how large they thought the audience for this was.

After a bit of my own googling, I came across this page where a commenter says that the artist's name is "German", although the link that they give seems to be broken. German, you are so elusive!
caras_galadhon
Jun. 15th, 2012 03:26 am (UTC)
They are quite fascinating, aren't they? I certainly hope they're vintage as well. If nothing else, they're certainly in a vintage style.

Yeah, I think with artwork, especially when it's not focussed on absolute realism, it becomes really difficult to pin down age without context. In this case, we're considering the figures "age of consent" primarily because the series has a definite femme!dom angle to it, which seems to be working together with some feminization/androgynization to make the male characters appear more submissive. That, plus the vintage style itself and the larger history of various styles of world art sometimes depicting characters in such a way that they end up looking younger than they are were all things we took into consideration. Many of the non-dominating women also appear to have younger features as well, so we're working on the assumption that the submissive characters are meant to look "innocent," not underage. That's the working theory, anyway.

Thanks for the link! That wasn't something we'd stumbled on before. It would be great to find out a little more about the artist.

Thanks for your kind comment!

ETA: After giving it some thought, I've gone back and added in a warning for potential underage activity, just in case.

Edited at 2012-06-15 03:35 am (UTC)
thingswithwings
Jun. 15th, 2012 05:05 am (UTC)
I absolutely adore these! This is SUCH a great post. Eeeeee!
caras_galadhon
Jun. 15th, 2012 12:32 pm (UTC)
They were definitely quite the fascinating finds! (And they were all over the place, so it's luck that we managed to track down as many as we did.) I'm so glad you've enjoyed our post, and thank you so much for saying so! ^_^
sophinisba
Jun. 15th, 2012 10:12 am (UTC)
Wow, these are fascinating, thanks a lot for sharing!
caras_galadhon
Jun. 15th, 2012 12:33 pm (UTC)
Aren't they? Thank you for the kind comment; we're glad you enjoyed the post, and thanks for saying so! ^_^
drn4321
Mar. 29th, 2013 03:43 am (UTC)
Here is the entire collection in my site. the images are attributed to Julie Delcourt. If anyone has an information about the artist, please do write.

http://germanenemaart.blogspot.ca
admiralandrea
Jun. 15th, 2012 03:25 pm (UTC)
These are absolutely fascinating. I find the women in a position of power to be hot. Although I agree it's interesting how androgynous/young the males depicted are - to the extent that I wasn't always 100% sure they were male, if it wasn't totally obvious.

I particularly like the women being in evening wear and administering enemas - that's an interesting twist on it! And champagne!enema seems an awful waste of something expensive, though it also makes me LOL!

And the ones where the women are hiding behind a door to watch are a nice subset too.

To conclude: yummy post, going to save to my Delicious, thanks!
bitter_crimson
Jun. 15th, 2012 10:54 pm (UTC)
Using Wayback Machine to follow a couple more of those links (from the above commenter) turned up a lot of speculation and some other possible pseudonyms on the artist, and then this blog seems to claim they finally tracked down the artist, a woman named Julie Delcourt. But then there is this blog with some speculation on that in the comments, suggesting that maybe there are multiple artists. Or one of the links I followed along the way suggested that though there are two men's names often associated with the art, it's possible they were pseudonyms for a woman artist. But I didn't save all the links as I was going along, haha, apologies. ;)

Haha anyway. I enjoyed looking at the art, and this little scavenger hunt of info-seeking. :) It def seems that they are legit vintage art, in any case.
(Anonymous)
Aug. 2nd, 2012 12:04 pm (UTC)
I did some research and found a blog saying the images where from a book called Judith Boston by Titian Beresford, the pictures coming from a "german"
http://hermajestysplaything.blogspot.com/2012/06/june-is-judith-boston-month.html?zx=f1a06e7a5d2d971e
(Anonymous)
Dec. 8th, 2012 03:02 pm (UTC)
I have about 150 images from this artist, each one different, each featuring the same likable cast of characters as seen above.

In all, about 110 of the images feature enema-play of some kind (I keep my eye out for more).

The rest show simple erotic sexy scenes, some of which feature different props, like a switch or strap-on.

The artist's name still remains a mystery, but at least these lovely images have survived in tact!
drn4321
Mar. 29th, 2013 03:35 am (UTC)
Here is the entire collection in my site. The images are attributed to Julie Delcourt. If anyone has an information about the artist, please do write.

http://germanenemaart.blogspot.ca
(Anonymous)
Apr. 10th, 2013 03:43 am (UTC)
GREAT pics.I love to see a hard round butt with a hose in it
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