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ArtVantage (4) – Huge Genitalia

July 14, 2018

The theme of this 4th part of the series is so suggesting, that some of you might have missed it since I came along with the ArtVantage-idea about a year ago!?

How tempting for a sexually inclined artist to generate images featuring humongous penises, or so my thinking at least. In the artistic realm anything is thinkable and allegorisable. Yet for reaching beyond a mere disproportion (huge genitalia meets small(er) person), which could easily be rather inexpressive, the artist always needs a good/smart story behind his image or series of images for gaining a certain impact on the beholder (generating arousal that is).

Let´s see. A most obvious depiction of a larger-than-life cock may, after all, not reach too far from the real world:

 

Also a reasonable exaggeration would do the trick. For when the image arouses and wows by stirring men´s #1 yearning but few peers in the real world!

 

Yet art is best at true fantasy. And it can be as simple as this:

The message in three words: I Love Penis! – By the way, you can find photoshopped images in different variations showing this kind of scene. It´s just too tempting to express this thought visually, isn´t it.

Again, it will be more intriguing to tell a simple tale while using such proportions (two samples out of a „strip“ I found):

 

It certainly is a different story from the all-male „I Love Penis“ drawing above! In addition, I consciously wrote „genitalia“ in the headline… But I guess this still remains a male fantasy:

Finally an image I very much enjoy because of its creativity and style. Well, it is just an ad (promoting the use of condoms), but it summarizes what art can achieve by highlighting huge genitalia (okay, rather penile here) – a stunning level of erotic phantasm!

Featured artists: Jacobson, Kovik, Tayyar Ozkan, unknown artists for riding the giant penis and the condom-ad poster.

ArtVantage (3) – Collages (?)

April 24, 2018

The title of this ArtVantage post (collages) is not really correct I fear, but it may be not wrong either. If these images were composed of photos, one could speak of collages, but for this kind of drawn arrangement I miss a fitting term. Yet who cares in view of this series of a very particular sexual fantasy!?

Again I present to you visual compositions, well-arranged drawings which display many details in one piece of art. This time in a free style way and not “gridded” in a geometric pattern like with the mandalas I introduced in the preceding ArtVantage post.

I love this serial for many reasons (it´s not the big boobs, I prefer small breasts); let me list some info and peculiarities I noticed about this artwork:

  • the artist, going by the name of Kovik, is probably male
  • his work was published in the adult (comic) magazine-series Blowjob
  • he created all this work in the year 2003
  • most remarkable is the fact that Kovik shows us a womens-fantasy which in turn really is a mens-fantasy (my interpretation and given that Kovik is a man)
  • we see women being totally in power over spurting (or oozing) penises, – the more text (balloon) is integrated, the clearer this becomes
  • the series undergoes a certain development: from images with almost no text at all (A-Fayplay) to a drawing with a 50:50 ratio of text and image (H-Titslatte)
  • the women featured in these drawings are often screen-icons from the 1950s and 1960s and they all feature very large breasts
  • almost all penises we discover are long and/or huge specimen and many of them are intact (uncircumcised); one arrangement of the set even makes this its topical subject (G-Foreskinjizz)
  • almost every penis we see is spurting (thick) cum!

The images celebrate pretty women, huge cocks, ejaculations and loads of semen. Enjoy these comic-style yet naturalistic compositions of spurting dicks wetting women literally calling the shots (click on thumbnail to enlarge)!

Featured artist: Kovik

Cock Beautiful (2)

February 10, 2018

I adore beautiful penises. My blog is a thorough promotion of the male genitals (and the male sexual reaction 😉 ). Yet saying „I adore beautiful penises“ does imply that there is variety among the objects of adoration!

There sure is and we all know that. Yet as a kid and young adolescent I did not know!! Or rather I was not aware of the fact that penises can be pretty much different. I may not have cared that much (as I´m not gay), but all I was aware of was the common knowledge that penises may be of different sizes (locker room experience, pre-net ages). With the internet I became disabused!

The realm of the male genitals (penises and scrotums) is exciting and fascinating. I wrote about it before and quite early in this blogs life. – Bring to mind that every penis (even more so in combination with its scrotum) is unique! Just like fingerprints and irises are unique. Although penises are basically similar, the differences can be immense! Yes, there are a lot of look-alikes around, still every specimen is unique.

This is because a penis is composed of different anatomical parts, like the two erectile bodies and the glans, which are subject to a highly variable appearance. Consider the smoothness and veining of the shaft, the foreskin option and the pubic hair. Add the scrotum (obeying the same rule of variability) and you know that you never know what to expect (with a new encounter).

And if this wasn´t enough we find the male genitals provided with the ever stunning shape-shifting ability! This all is mightily arousing when you think about it!

Speaking of beauty, which is in the eye of the beholder and a matter of taste, I realize that I like those penises the most which look similar to my own cock! I most adore the looks featuring something like a prettier, optimized version of my own specimen, basically just a larger Doppelganger! This does not seem too exciting, does it. I wonder if sexual orientation plays a part in prefered likeability? That is, if gay men rather adore a different penis-design apart from their own (comments are welcome)?

This musing is, once again, very objectified and kind of abstract, but male genitals are such a seductive topic. I tried my best to address it with background information throughout this blog. In real life, unless you solely meet cocks and balls via glory-holing, there is always a person „behind“ a penis and a scrotum. Mostly we deal with the man first, before we get down focusing at his genitals. And as I said, we never know what to expect. Generally it will be hard to correctly anticipate the size and design of a penis (and scrotum) from the stature of a given man:

The same principle certainly then works vice versa! If you were encountering penises via glory-holes you can not assume the appearance of the owner, it´s even much catchier this way around!

Look for the owner here!

Look for the owner here!

If you are inclined to, do enjoy the sight and reaction of male genitals, whether via photos, artwork, video or for real, penises and scrotums remain to be eternally fascinating!

ArtVantage (2) – Mandala

December 17, 2017

One definite advantage in pictorial and decorative arts is the option to create visual compositions which follow a pattern or grid, – keyword mandala.

Wikipedia is defining a mandala this way: A mandala (literally „circle“) is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe. In common use, mandala has become a generic term for any diagram, chart or geometric pattern that represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a microcosm of the universe.

With this post I want to hint you to some beautifully composed images, which could be seen as mandalas for the sexual realm. Nothing more appropriate than creating this kind of artwork as illustration for a contemporary edition of the famous Kama Sutra (sex) manual.

The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian Hindu text written by Vatsyayana. It is widely considered to be the standard work on human sexual behaviour in Sanskrit literature. (quote Wikipedia)

It is quite obvious that any illustration for this groundbreaking seven-part work, which originally was issued without any images (!), could ideally be a composition representing symmetry and/or following a pattern. For both artistic achievements (mandala & text in this case) not only share the same cultural background, they also perfectly complement each other content-wise.

Even the fun and comic approach of Benito Jacovitti (whose collection of hilarious sketches were published in an artbook titled Kamasutra) can be regarded as a mandala, a circular symbol representing the universe. The universe of sexual union in this case.

Now, enjoy the very beautiful drawings by Georges Pichard. He „seriously“ illustrated but one edition of the Kama Sutra and generated these sort of mandalas, of which each also represents a microcosm (of an aspect) in the universe of human sexuality (click to enlarge):

 

 

 

 

Featured artists in chronological order: Benito Jacovitti, Georges Pichard.