Susumu is another G-Men artist. His works are definitely on the harsher side of the scale, I haven’t put up some of his images here as they are quite intense (I’ve put the ‘softer’ ones up here!), so if you would like to see them then let me know.
Seizoh is one of the top caricaturists in the field. Next to Jiraiya he is the second top money making caricaturist in Japan selling 15,000 comics! In 1990 he started drawing cartoons such as Sabu, SAMSON and Dave. In 1995 he started contributing to G-men magazine as a regular caricaturist. He has published many comic […]
Here’s a preview of works by Yamato Saimon who will be in our upcoming exhibition. His works feature masculine, beefy men with a real anal fixation. Kinky! All the works below are original pencil on paper.
Kazuhide is a G-Men artist, regularly contributing for G-Men magazine. He started drawing cartoons in 1991 for magazines such as G-Men, Badi and Adon under the name Syuusaku Daimon. From 2004 he began working under the name Kazuhide Ichikawa. Continuing to publish in Super SM-Z and GBless, his comic have a theme of SM, SF, […]
This is a new breathtaking work by Jiraiya. It’s an original work presented on a traditional Japanese folding screen. The work itself is pretty big, nearly two metres in length and looks stunning folded out in all it’s (his) glory (the picture below doesn’t do it full justice. On exhibit in Sydney, February 25th-March 6th. […]
I’ve had quite a bit of interest in Gengoroh Tagame’s visit to Sydney for Mardis Gras and the works that will be on display. I’ve decided to display the works that will be on display here so anyone interested can see what will be displayed. All works are originals and will be on sale, so […]
There was only one lesbian artist who joined Mardi Gras exhibition. I felt sorry for any lesbians who visited the exhibition as they were presented with lots of images of gay men. To be honest, it’s difficult to find Japanese lesbian artists, as it’s hard to find the lesbian community in Japan. There are some […]
Check out this months issue of DNA magazine for a great article on Japanese gay art (issue #121). I was interviewed for the article, and a lot of the artists that I have featured on this blog are in the article as well. Big thanks to Joseph Brennan for taking such a huge interest and […]
I have some vintage Hideki Koh works for sale. These are original hand drawn pieces with he drew for Barazoku magazines in Japan. If you are interested in some fun, sexy works then take a look. I have created a page where you can view them, Vintage Barazoku. Let me know if you would like […]
I happened to find this new sculpture artist from a Japanese community website. His name is KOW, and I thought he might be able to make something interesting after I saw his 3D artwork. I asked him to make artwork which is pop and has a sense of the erotic. An erotic and pop artist […]