Mangaka Rokudenashiko Now Vaginal Sculptor

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Mangaka and artist Rokudenashiko (“rokudenashi” means “ne’er-do-well”) has lately been earning much acclaim (or attention at any rate) for her “Georaman” and other vaginally inspired sculptures, having opted for the direct approach in reproducing her own intimate parts in her work.

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  • Aaric commented on January 12, 2012 13:51

    As long as it doesnt look like something from a vintage porno. But litlle patches of it just do it for me.... More

  • Kazu_Akuma commented on December 7, 2011 13:36

    Georgia O'Keefe did it better...... More


Clannad After Story 2D vs 3D Modern Art

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In yet another find by fans, this image presents a scene from the latest episode of Clannad After Story alongside its 3D counterpart, much like the earlier comparison of Tomoya and Nagisa‘s real life house.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 9, 2009 18:38

    no! it' a trap!... More

  • Quen commented on February 9, 2009 15:20

    I forgot exactly where, but I believe it was somewhere in Osaka.... More


Sand Vader

Darth Vader of the Sands

Darth Vader rendered in sand, for a Portuguese Hollywood sand park. Spotted on Sankei, but go here for a gallery. They could use some better sculptors, at least for him…

  • Anonymous commented on September 5, 2009 11:38

    1st comment O_O n nice.... More


“My Lonesome Cowboy”, a figure created by Japanese pop artist 村上隆 / Takashi Murakami

“My Lonesome Cowboy”, a figure created by Japanese pop artist 村上隆 / Takashi Murakami, was auctioned off at $15 million in a New York auction, vastly exceeding the expected price of $3-4 million.

The 254cm high figure (including his ejaculation, otherwise roughly life size), which might thus also be called a statue, depicts a naked man engaged in an act of fantastic onanism, in the style of a shonen manga. It was created using steel, acrylic and fiberglass in 1998.

According to Sotheby’s, the highest price previously fetched by Murakami’s work was “Panda”, at a positively meager $3 million, so this represents something of a triumph for him. The identity of the buyer will likely remain a closely guarded secret for reasons we can only guess at.

More detail of this outstanding artwork is below, as well as another fine work along the same lines. See here for an interview with the great artist explaining the work. Here is an English language report on the auction.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 12, 2014 23:42

    umm... the fact he (or she) can afford to pay that much for such statue means he's got lots and lots of disposable money. Im sure that besides buying that statue for $15M, he still enjoys... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 2, 2011 19:18

    The hell I would masturbate in front of the president of each nation if I were to receive 15mil $... More


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