Vintage Pin-Up

Baron von Lind (Jerry Lind)

Vintage Photographic Art

Nu à la chauve-souris, c. 1970 – Irina Ionesco

Carlo Mollino

Carlo Mollino 1935

Carlo Mollino  has been credited with saying, “Everything is permissible as long as it is fantastic.”

After Mollino’s death in 1973, a huge collection of his erotic Polaroids were discovered, each featuring a provocatively-posed pin-up impeccably coordinated with a colorful backdrop, elaborate costume, or piece of furniture.

The vast archive of footage posthumously uncovered another side to the architect’s creativity, that was unbeknownst to the pubic when he was still alive.

However, Mollino is known for more than just a stash of secret erotic Polaroids.

Casa Mollino

Casa Mollino was the 18th-century styled villa that Carlo Mollino designed as a tableau for his pursuits.

Casa Cattaneo

Constructed on the foothills of the Alps, and benefitting from majestic views over Lake Maggiore, the Casa Cattaneo endures as a unique and complete surviving expression of Carlo Mollino’s distinctive architecture and interior design.

It is the only private villa ever designed by Mollino and is one of very few of his structures to remain intact.

Carlo Mollino III Desk, 1950

Pony Ride

There is nothing quite like riding in the country!

I had a little pony,
His name was Dapple-Gray,
I lent him to a lady,
To ride a mile away.
She whipped him, she slashed him,
She rode him through the mire;
I would not lend my pony now
For all the lady’s hire.
(Mother Goose)

Vintage Femdom Art

Attributed to Eric Stanton

Must admit I am not totally convinced this is all the work of Stanton. The women are characteristic of his style but the man is not.

It seems it may be an example of someone feeling their have the right to tamper with an the work of an artist. I hope I am mistaken. Comments? Proof?

On another note, I like the shoes! The platform shoes on the right are worth noting.

The Journey

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Ansel Adams

Madeline Ryan

Eric witnesses a murder and is soon on the run from the killer who has immense resources.

He has to hide and immediately accepts the decision to hide as a woman until the killer is sentenced to prison. And so, Eric fulfills a secret dream and becomes Madeline Ryan.

“…more twists and turns than usual but filled with the warm characters and sly romance that Ms Diaz does so well. A must read TG novel!”

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