Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

Creator's Project: The Erotic Horror Art of Japanese Rebellion

    Published August 2015 on Creator's Project/Vice.  Click on image to read full story or  here . 

 

Published August 2015 on Creator's Project/Vice.

Click on image to read full story or here

"In the deranged world of ero guro nansensu, the stranger and grosser an illustration, the more prized it is. Common tropes of the 1930s-born Japanese artistic and literary movement include erotic asphyxiation (based on a real-life case at the time), a samurai slicing up a bondaged girl, snakes with human heads, or a contortionist sucking out the eyes of a young boy, rendered in traditional woodblock printing technique." 

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