Fetish Art

Fetish art produced by Eric Stanton for Irving Klaw.
Klaw called himself the Pin-Up King and was a merchant of sexploitation, fetish, and Hollywood glamour pin-up photographs and films. Klaw died in 1966, Stanton in 1999.

Forced Feminisation Art

I am not completely sure this is by Erc Stanton but, it certainly displays his style and characters. He was so prolific, it is difficult to keep up with his different approaches. Stanton also contributed to countless underground publications, some forgotten, some still existing.
In the 1960’s, Stanton shared a Manhattan studio at 43rd Street and Eighth Avenue with noted comic book artist Steve Ditko.

Too Sad

Irving Klaw, self-named the “Pin-up King,” was an influential American merchant of sexploitation, fetish, and Hollywood glamour pin-up photographs and films.
Early Klaw fetish models included Bettie Page.
Inspired by John Willie, Klaw also commissioned and distributed illustrated adventure/bondage chapter serials by fetish artists Eric Stanton, Gene Bilbrew and others,

Vintage Femdom Art

Eric Stanton
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OTK Punishment

Eric Stanton
Starting in the late 1960s, Stanton supported himself by self-publishing and distributing his work to a quasi-underground network of subscribers and patrons. His offset printed Stantoons comic-book series, which began in 1982, continued to his death in 1999 and featured many of his best-known “transgressive” concepts, including the superheroine Blunder Broad, and the Amazon-like Princkazons.

Teasing Divas

Vintage Femdom Comic Art

Femdom Kiss

Vintage Femdom Comic