Fedor Pavlov (réédition complétée)

Publié le par lesdiagonalesdutemps

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Fedor Pavlov-Andreïevitch est né le 14 avril 1976 à Moscou en Russie. Il vit entre Moscou, Londres et São Paulo. C'est à la fois un artiste, un écrivain, un metteur en scène et un cinéaste. Son travail d'illustrateur et de dessinateur semble vouloir ressuciter une esthétique fin de siècle, fortement teinté d'anglomanie. L'ironie chez cet artiste va de paire avec un érotisme homosexuel en cela ses dessins s'apparentent directement avec ceux de Mel Odom et de Felix Deon. Son ironie nostalgique n'est pas si éloigné de celui de LeGac. 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


I wish you all to discover kinks you didn’t know you had. Inspired by the gorgeous work of Felix d’Eon, and especially his most recent pieces that so cleverly incorporate vintage music score covers.

Doodling favorite characters from Lawrence’s screenplay. I really like Bo’s pretty legs and stockings.

 

fyodorpavlov: Remember those boy pin-ups I did a while back? Well, guess what’s on sale over at Etsy! A sexy 2013 calendar that you can make your very own and hang up over your bed. They also make excellent stocking stuffers. A-wink. NOW ON SALE FOR $15! Also, if you ever wanted to pick up a set of Rhinestone Follies paper dolls, they are also on sale - set of four for only $20!

 

I don’t know why he sticks in my consciousness so much, but I think Hans has now evolved past the context of Reeperbahn and beyond all proportion. On a related note, I really enjoy 1920s-30s S&M and boot fetish porn. Some day I’ll own some samples of the real deal and not just modern reprints.

 

I can’t believe I went to NYCC and completely forgot to mention the update on the Queer Erotic Comics Anthology! The babes putting it together are hard at work and it looks like the release is coming in spring 2013. If you want to keep an eye on the progress and see some sneak previews of my comic Gentleman’s Gentleman and the other fabulous artists’ submissions, please check out and follow Quintuple Ruffle. I can’t fucking wait for this thing.

 


 

Pointless sick day doodles of horny fauns with lines from Wilde poems. I’m still kind of floundering after two months of intense projects. It’s killing me that I can’t show them off yet!

 

Almost done!  So when I started this project, I thought it would be pretty great to look up all that porn for pose references. And then I had to look into Edwardian serving dishes. Jfc toast racks.

 

And so it begins.

 

Finished the sketch page today. Hans keeps sneaking into my drawings. I love him. Also, Greta Garbo.

 

Work on a commission, then draw some gay Victorians. This is a good system. These two are a patron and a rent boy in some high-end mollyhouse. You can tell it’s high-end because of all the chinoiserie, obviously.

 

tentaclesandteacups: fyodorpavlov: Now little Hans was always strangeWearing women’s underthingsHis father beat him but he wouldn’t changeHe ran off with a man one dayNow his lingerie is all the rageIn the black on every pageHis father proudly calls his nameDown there in the Reeperbahn. One day I will illustrate every single one of Tom Waits’ perfect, perfect songs.  Hnnnnggghhhhhh ♥

 

 I have, but they are all in old sketchbooks that I’d probably be too embarrassed to show now. Which got me thinking that I haven’t done any drawings of Ludwig in way too long, so here we are. One day I should post all the Ludwig memorabilia we have in our house… oh man.

 

Lay your head where my heart used to beHold the earth above meLay down in the green grassRemember when you loved me Another sketch of a favorite Tom Waits song, “Green Grass.” 

 

lawrencegullo: I’m almost up to 300 followers! When I reach it, THEBAN PORN PART 2! Asdkhjfkghdfjfd.

 

Working on commissions and relaxing with some snarky Thomas doodles - while Siri was over we had a marathon of season 2. I don’t know why there is some sort of zombie Clarkson look-alike on the page as well - it wasn’t meant to be anyone in particular, and certainly not Dr. Invalid Clarkson.  Thomas, Thomas, Thomas. 

 

The pilot from the night before ended up being the Red Baron. 

 

The Parable of the Old Men and the Young           So Abram rose, and clave the wood, and went,      And took the fire with him, and a knife.      And as they sojourned, both of them together,      Isaac the first-born spake, and said, My Father,      Behold the preparations, fire and iron,      But where the lamb for this burnt-offering?      Then Abram bound the youth with belts and straps,      And builded parapets the trenches there,      And stretched forth the knife to slay his son.      When lo! an angel called him out of heaven,      Saying, Lay not thy hand upon the lad,      Neither do anything to him. Behold,      A ram, caught in a thicket by its horns;      Offer the Ram of Pride instead of him.      But the old man would not so, but slew his son,      And half the seed of Europe, one by one. - Wilfred Owen An old sketch of a WWI pilot because I unfortunately did not have time to draw anything new for Veteran’s/Armistice Day.

 

oz-lion, lawrencegullo and I decided that Sundays are for porn. However, I have no new dirty drawings to post at present, so I must contribute some crappy old art. The anatomy is awful, the faces are lopsided and the scan is terrible, but the important things is cock!

 

COMMENTAIRES lors de la première parution du billet

En effet, j'ai cru d'abord que c'était Déon... ! (Je ne connais pas les deux autres - que votre érudition empile si tranquillement) On se laisse fasciner bien volontiers, je trouve, par cet art plus rétro qu'le rétro...
COMMENTAIRE N°1 POSTÉ PAR XRISTOPHE LE 09/03/2013 À 01H42

Jean Le Gac est un artiste français, né en 1936, mondialement connu (il a la carte pour reprendre l'expression que j'utilise dans une précédente réponse). Il réalise de très grands dessins, presque toujours à la craie grasse où il revisite une imagerie du début du XX ème siècle qui se réfère aux livres d'aventure et d'explorations d'alors. Arsène Lupin et Fantomas ne sont jamais loin. Il met en scène ses grandes planches dans des installations non moins grandes. J'ai consacré un billet à sa grande exposition-installation qu'il a réalisé il y a quelques mois dans la chapelle du chateau de Saint Germain en Laye. C'est sur le blog. Il n'y a aucun mal à trouver des images de lui sur la toile. J'aime beaucoup cet artiste dont j'ai un très grand dessin 1,80 sur 1m à la tête de mon lit.

Quant à Mel Odom c'est un illustrateur américain qui est assez connu du fait qu'il a réalisé de nombreuses jaquettes de livre dont celle de la premiere édition en France du premier roman d'Edmund White, Noctune pour le roi de Naples. Je lui ai déjà consacré un billet mais peut être pas sur ce blog... 

RÉPONSE DE LESDIAGONALESDUTEMPS LE 09/03/2013 À 06H59

 

I’ve been busy working on something fancy I’m hoping to post very soon, but this job has left me with no time to doodle and post something here. And then I got to thinking about books and my beloved Remarque, so here’s an oldie but a goodie. Waugh, Remarque and Fitzgerald.

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lilipassion 19/03/2014 12:55

belle découverte, merci!!... pour moi, beaucoup plus abouti que Déon!

lesdiagonalesdutemps 19/03/2014 13:07



Déon est tout de même très intéressant et surtout incroyablement prolifique.