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The Art of Eric Stanton: For The Man Who Knows His Place [Eric Kroll] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pulp art at its finest: A Stanton retrospective “A woman has to be strong. The bigger the better.” —Eric Stanton Eric Stanton (1926-1999) has been called “the Rembrandt of Pulp- Culture” and it's not ...


If one were to ask cartoonist Eric Stanton what he did for a living, he'd say he illustrated people's "fantasies." Here is a compendium of his stylistically unmistakable--and sexually explicit--drawings of domination and S/M erotica. The book traces his years working with Eric Klaw and others. Black-and-white and color ...


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Eric Stanton (paperback). The book that started Stanton-mania I draw better than most of your artists, Eric Stanton is supposed to have told Irving Klaw by way of introduction. Klaw, the entrepreneur famous for his photographs of Betty Page, was always on the lookout for new talent and that meeti...


Eric Stanton (paperback). "28 stories by the master of erotic illustration and comic art, reproduced from Eric Stanton's original drawings, for the first time in full color. "


Dec 23, 2013 ... I took a chance and looked up Eric Stanton's signature anyway. And here it is, from a later erotic drawing. Pretty amazing, huh? After all this I saw that I had left out thelast caroon Stanton did and noticed it did have a signature as well. I guess that misnamed one is from later in the run as well. I guess now I ...


May 6, 2016 ... The video was directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino while the work of S&M comic artist Eric Stanton provided inspiration. Mondino found this book by this illustrator named Stanton who did kinda S&M drawings and stuff, but we didn't want to go with the straight S&M; we wanted to have it be more about ...


Jun 4, 1999 ... He started to draw at the age of 12, when he was quarantined alongside his sister who had scarlet fever. Over the next five years, three bouts of pneumonia also kept him in bed. Stanton later told the photographer Eric Kroll, compiler of The Art of Eric Stanton: for the man who knows his place (1997):.