{ feuilleton }

Avatar

• • • Being a journal by artist and designer John Coulthart, cataloguing interests, obsessions and passing enthusiasms.


 

Gay octopus sex

joapa.jpg

So now that I have your undivided attention… You’d think someone would have tried a male variation on Hokusai’s notorious Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife (1814) before now but if they have I’ve not seen it. Hokusai gives us a father-and-son pair of amorous octopuses but the smaller creature is missing from this picture by Tumblr user Joapa. Nice use of texture to give the feel of an old comic book page, if the online poster manufacturers weren’t so prudish I could imagine this doing brisk business. Those wanting more of the boys-and-tentacles micro-fetish are directed to the art of NoBeast for whom {feuilleton} burns an undying and ever-perverse flame. Joapa tip via Homocomix.

Elsewhere on { feuilleton }
The gay artists archive

Previously on { feuilleton }
Le Poulpe Colossal
Abysmal creatures
Fascinating tentacula
Jewelled butterflies and cephalopods
The art of Rune Olsen
Octopulps
The art of NoBeast

 


 

Posted in {art}, {gay}.

Tags: , .

 


 


 

5 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Nathalie (@spacedlaw)

    gravatar

    Nice find. Indeed, you would have thought that a little tentacle action would have spread over to the male side by now and be allover the internet. Tsk.

  2. #2 posted by Wiley

    gravatar

    That octopus had better have a careful technique worked out with its beak, that is, unless they’re like many land-dwelling invertebrates and devour their partners during intercourse.

  3. #3 posted by John

    gravatar

    That’s a point, I’d never really considered the beak before. Not that reality has much bearing on the excesses of pornography…

  4. #4 posted by michelangelo

    gravatar

    Also, “FIVE TIMES!!!!” and “A MASSIVE EXPLOSION!!” in the background are nice touches, given the subject matter.

  5. #5 posted by John

    gravatar

    That’s the icing on the cake, I reckon.

 


 

tracker

 


 

“feed your head”