Petit chaperon rouge,1926
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Lee Jay Walker: The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife is depicting an image whereby humanity and the animal world is in union. It doesn’t depict chaos, anger, hatred, fear, or confusion. This way of thinking could be deemed to represent aspects of Shintoism without the sexual imagery. After all, in the Shinto faith humanity and nature belong together and within unison. Given this, it could be that the image merely represents the natural beauty of humanity and nature, and that sexuality is nothing more than a diversion from the real meaning?
“The image shows a lady who was deemed to be a shell diver(ama)withher legs wide apart while the fully grown octopus performs cunnilingus. She is fully naked and her breasts and hairy pussy are visible and her body is clearly welcoming both the fully grown octopus and the small and younger octopus.”
“The eyes of the fully grown octopus are really striking because while performing cunnilingus on the lady it is clear that the eyes are fully focused on her face and pleasure and satisfaction belong to both.”
According to the story the small octopus is the son. Therefore, this enters another sexual dimension which is beyond erotica. After all, it is clear that the lady isn’t scared or in shock. On the contrary, she appears to be in sexual bliss and enjoying great pleasure from both.
The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife by Hokusai
The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife is the most famous image in Kinoe no Komatsu, published in three volumes from 1814, during the Edo period. The book is a collection of shunga, a form of erotic art popularized by the ukiyo-e movement.
The image, Hokusai’s most famous shunga, depicts a woman, evidently an ama (a shell diver), enveloped in the arms of two octopuses. The larger of the two mollusks performs cunnilingus on her, while the smaller one, perhaps his son, assists on the left by fondling her mouth and nipple. In the text above the image the woman and the creatures express their mutual sexual pleasure from the encounter. The text reads:
LARGE OCTOPUS: My wish comes true at last, this day of days; finally I have you in my grasp! Your “bobo” is ripe and full, how wonderful! Superior to all others! To suck and suck and suck some more. After we do it masterfully, I’ll guide you to the Dragon Palace of the Sea God and envelop you. “Zuu sufu sufu chyu chyu chyu tsu zuu fufufuuu…”
MAIDEN: You hateful octopus! Your sucking at the mouth of my womb makes me gasp for breath! Aah! yes… it’s…there!!! With the sucker, the sucker!! Inside, squiggle, squiggle, oooh! Oooh, good, oooh good! There, there! Theeeeere! Goood! Whew! Aah! Good, good, aaaaaaaaaah! Not yet! Until now it was I that men called an octopus! An octopus! Ooh! Whew! How are you able…!? Ooh! “yoyoyooh, saa… hicha hicha gucha gucha, yuchyuu chyu guzu guzu suu suuu….”
LARGE OCTOPUS: All eight limbs to intertwine with!! How do you like it this way? Ah, look! The inside has swollen, moistened by the warm waters of lust. “Nura nura doku doku doku…”
MAIDEN: Yes, it tingles now; soon there will be no sensation at all left in my hips. Ooooooh! Boundaries and borders gone! I’ve vanished….!!!!!!
SMALL OCTOPUS: After daddy finishes, I too want to rub and rub my suckers at the ridge of your furry place until you disappear and then I’ll suck some more. “chyu chyu..”
Hey look, it’s another awesome new Krampus illustration! This beautiful image was created by Richey Beckett, a talented illustrator based in South Wales, UK, and released on Krampus Day, December 5th, as both a limited edition giclée print and a handsome set of greeting cards.
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We’ve featured a variety of awesome illustrations and photos of the dreaded Krampus this season, but this is the first one we’ve seen depicting the Krampus doing battle with one of our favourite comic book characters. Illustrator and graphic designer M.S. Corley created this awesome illustration of Hellboy vs. Krampus:
“This years Hellboy forums holiday exchange piece. I’m mailing the original inks but I figured I should color it. I think of all mythical creatures Hellboy should have fought Krampus at some point. Maybe he did and that just hasn’t been revealed yet..”
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