Namio Harukawa

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Namio Harukawa
春川 ナミオ
Born 1932
Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese

Namio Harukawa (春川 ナミオ, Harukawa Namio, born in 1932, in Osaka Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese artist.

Harukawa is known for his work featuring voluptuous women overwhelming and dominating smaller, submissive men.[1] Harukawa's work depicts plus-size fetishism and S&M. The work is tinged with humor, depicting oral sex positions in classic or exuberant situations. Four publishers own the rights to his work.

Publications

  • VW Productions: Under Her (2014)
  • The United Dead Artists: Maxi Cula (2012)[2]
  • The United Dead Artists: Callipyge (2008) [3]
  • Edition 3 Masques: Satoria Insel der Erotik (1970) [4]

References

  1. ^ "Namio Harukawa : Ou la soumission de l'homme par la femme". www.roomantic.fr. 
  2. ^ "Maxi Cula - Namio Harukawa - Livre Solo / United Dead Artists". www.uniteddeadartists.com. 
  3. ^ "Callipyge - Harukawa NAMIO - Livre solo / United Dead Artists". www.uniteddeadartists.com. 
  4. ^ "Editions3Masques Onlineshop". www.e3m-shop.com. 
  • 2008 http://www.roomantic.fr/actualites/154/namio-harukawa-ou-la-soumission-de-l-homme-par-la-femme/

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