Secrets Bdsm Art



Max.Jiehuh, Bdsm Pencil Drawings

These Illustrations come from Max.Jiehuh. To view all available prints click here

Michael Manning

Throughout the years I have come across the art of Michael Manning more then once, I love his unique style, the abstract black and white mixed with organic figures and yet it leaves enough space for own imagination. Michael is an illustrator, writer, comic book artist, tattoo designer, and traditionally trained animator. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally and in the USA including a feature spot in Fantastic! The Art Of Comics And Illusion at San Francisco’s prestigious Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Michael is currently working on a collected hardcover edition of the first four volumes of his Spider Garden graphic novel series.

The artworks shown here are all available to purchase via his site, just click the link below the artwork and you will be directed to his shop where you can purchase prints and original art.

Enjoy more artwork at his website The Spider Garden and his artist page on Facebook.



Artworks by Othyim, you can view her portfolio at Deviant Art as well as on FetLife

Loic Dubigeon

Loïc Dubigeon was a French artist (1934, Nantes – 2001, Derchigny-Graincourt) who created erotic BDSM art, including spanking art. His art is focusing on the female submissive, i.e. woman spanking art. Besides flagellation and bondage, he also liked to draw fetish, female masturbation, oral and anal sex scenes. His erotic art is mainly black and white drawings, very explicit, detailed and close to photorealism. In this respect, his technique can be compared to that of Parris Quinn (Shadow and Light).
However his erotic art was only a part of his entire oeuvre. Dubigeon also did oil paintings, watercolors, collages and worked in many other styles and genres. He had exhibitions in major cities such as Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Madrid, Oslo, Hamburg, Vienna, New York and San Francisco. His art was published in several albums and books.

Nigel Cole

This was one of my very first postings, the website from the artist has disappeared and I was unable to trace a new one.




Photographed by Wolf189

Sandrine Sauveur

Photographed by Sandrine Sauveur

Erland Pillegaard

Photographed by Erland Pillegaard

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