Ten Mid-Week Bara
Rob Clark, Pleasure Island Sketchbook and Other Drawings
Reblogged with many thanks to the artist’s site: http://adogandponyshow.tumblr.com
“How language is webbed in the senses. Out of sand-blazed brilliance into quirky minds such as his, into touch, taste and fragrance. He thought he’d linger just a bit longer, let the bath take total hold, ease and alleviate, before he put on clothes and entered the complex boxes where people do their living.
Nothing fits the body so well as water.”
Artist Unknown, (Dreams)
“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.”
Artist Unknown, (The Sportsmen), Hara
Artwork by Goh Mishima: Set Two
Tsuyoshi Yoshida, known by the pen name Go Mishima, was a Japanese homoerotic fetish artist and founder of the magazine “Sabu”. He is noted for his illustrations of “macho-type” men, often with yakuza-inspired irezumi tattoos.
Collection: Men and Non-Men
“No doubt as long as man and all other animals are viewed as independent creations, an effectual stop is put to our natural desire to investigate as far as possible the causes of Expression.”
― Charles Darwin
Artist Unknown, Title Unknown, (The Peephole), Bara Illustration
“The night sky is only a sort of carbon paper,
Blueblack, with the much-poked periods of stars
Letting in the light, peephole after peephole—
A bonewhite light, like death, behind all things.”
-Sylvia Plath, The Collected Poems
Reblogged with thanks to http://beel001.tumblr.com
AnnTee, “Under the Sea”
Reblogged with thanks to the artist’s site: https://anntee-illustration.tumblr.com
Takahirosi, “The Demon” Bara Series
Takahirosi is a Japanese illustrator interested in Bara Kemono.
Images reblogged with thanks to the artist’s site: http://takahirosi.tumblr.com
Artist Unknown, (His Attitude), Bara Illustration
The Illustrations of Kurokawa Sudo
Reblogged with thanks to http://kurokawasudo.tumblr.com
Artist Unknown, (Poolside in the Evening)
Reblogged with many thanks to the artist’s site: https://twitter.com/Bludwingart
The Group Unites
Reblogged with thanks to http://menntaiko.ssakura.ne.jp
Artist Unknown, (The Lockers and the Wolf)
Artwork by Kftuba
The Battle in the Laboratory
A request: Several people have wondered about the source of these gifs. If anyone knows the name of the artist or film, please let me know so that I can post it. Thanks.
Redgart, “Gabriel Reyes”
Redgart is an illustrator who admires Japanese art.
These illustrations are reblogged from the artist’s site: http://redgart.tumblr.com.