Immerse yourself in Eric Stanton’s captivating underworld, exploring the allure of corsets, the fascination of tightlacing, and the rebellious charm of latex and leather. Indulge in the captivating elegance of ultra-high-heel shoes and bizarre boots. Experience realms of sexy domination, shibari, and the vintage glamour of the 1950s. If you’re a fan of John Willie, Gene Bilbrew, Charles Guyette, Bettie Page, or Irving Klaw, this collection is an absolute must-have for your library. Unlock a captivating universe where art transcends boundaries, embracing beauty and evoking wonder. Get your copy today!
Eric Stanton Eric Stanton (1926-1999) was a pioneering illustrator of fetish art, who believed that every artist should be free to follow his (or her) own muse. And he risked his entire career on this belief, even if it meant living underground in complete obscurity. His association with Steve Ditko, Irving Klaw, Bettie Page, Gene Bilbrew, and other figures of the New York underground of the 1950s and ’60s, is the stuff of legend.
You can read more about his early years of struggle and doubt in the hardcover book, Eric Stanton & The History of the Bizarre Underground (now available on Amazon), which features over 400+ illustrations/photos and the backstory of Irving Klaw, Bettie Page, Charles Guyette, Steve Ditko, Gene Bilbrew, Leonard Burtman, and so many more…