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« on: May 15, 2010, 06:05:57 PM »

I remember when I first saw image of heavy duty fatty female ass, sitting on mans face. Very very carefully drawn with pencil. Grabbed the book immediately. Didn't know anything about the artists. And didn't know much when I bought some additional books by him. It all seemed more "western" and didn't first even assume it was japanese. Often with French titles, I was so much focusing on images themselves, didn't really bother to even look who the artists was.

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Yoshifumi Hayashi was born in Fukuoka (Japan) in 1948. Having dropped out of university, in 1974 he moved to Paris, where, he began to produce pencil drawings. At first his main influence was the metaphisical world of De Chirico, but soon his focus shifted to the lower half of the female anatomy...
Hayashi's art comes straight from the darkest depths of his subconscious and the artist lays his innermost paranoias, fetishes and obsessions. Despite this profoundly personal quality his work is also highly and objectively erotic.


Latest purchase I found was FEMMES DE PLOMB - dessings a la mine de blomb from 1993. It's very academic looking binded A4, in grey heavy textured cardboard cover. No images on cover. Only text. Nothing prepares you to psycho-sexual obsesiveness and surreal fat-ass fetishism.



Book mentioned above has merely 20 something drawings. They contain certain patterns repeated. Fat female ass and legs. Dogs. Brains. Penis with brain foreheads. And various compositions of the elements with utmost bizarre imagination. Some of these images can only be replied with intense gaze. You see the few bodyparts in careful composition, and the nasty looking dog. Sometimes watching from window. Trying to climb to table where female is. Or sitting in room with bestial look in eyes. There might be full human brains scattered somewhere in the image.

I just regret I have passed some of his books due financial issues & confort issues. A3 size magazine type book is simply unpractical. But now when I think I have been holding it in my hand, trying to figure out would it be worth it, I regret not buying.

If you see any of his works: get it. Unless you have something against big asses and surrealism.
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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2010, 10:37:46 PM »

Is there bigger asses than that b/c that ain't that big.

Pretty amazing... His style reminds me of someone else but I have no idea who.
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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2010, 10:30:55 AM »

There are bigger, and more about the ass, not that much about the female as whole.
But they are also "shaped". Not the ultra fat feeding fetish type of mountains of flesh. Big, but tasty asses.
This is definitely not his best drawing. It gives good preview. It seems like internet is not yet filled with his stuff, although guy has been around for decades. I was in museum/art gallery where was one section of his stuff exclusively.
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« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2010, 08:13:10 PM »

Yeah, definitely nicely shaped asses (I like a little meat; petite is boring) but it'd be interesting to see drawings of huge, misshapen, dimply, disgusting fat asses. I think I've seen his work before online. I found one online artbook store that has a book for $175.
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« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2010, 10:33:08 PM »

This one is purdy:

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« Reply #5 on: May 23, 2010, 06:50:26 PM »

He's friend with Issei Sagawa.
But he has much more interesting and entertaining tastes than the poor Issei
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