This man may just be my hero! Combining sexuality and the Ancient World - at least I'm not the only one out there who sees how wonderful the union is. Besides, his animation skills are divine.
Check out some of his work here.
My favorites are: Mythology (particularly like the "Education of Achilles"), Laoccon (story told in pictures), the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (just plain awesome!), and Ludi Romani!
These are depictions of gay sexual acts, just so you are warned ahead of time.
Friday, December 20, 2013
Fascinus, a Roman "phallic" god, usually displayed to ward off the evil eye and as a good luck charm.
This one was found in Lynn U.K. back in 2012. It is unique in that it is pure gold.
Ludens haec ego teste te, Priape,
horto carmina digna, non libello,
scripsi non nimium laboriose.
nec Musas tamen, ut solent poetae,
ad non virgineum locum vocavi.
nam sensus mihi corque defuisset
castas, Pierium chorum, sorores
auso ducere mentulam ad Priapi.
ergo quicquid id est, quod otiosus
templi parietibus tui notavi,
in partem accipias bonam, rogamus.
Playing, Priapus, you as witness, I wrote these
worthy songs for the garden, not for this collection,
painstakingly not excessive.
Yet neither the Muses, as poets are accustomed,
I didn’t call to the maidenly seat.
On the other hand for me feeling and heart
had abandoned the pure sisters, the Pierian chorus,
to lead the cock of Priapus to this venture.
Therefore whatever it is, which I, idle,
inscribed on the walls of your temple,
you may admit on the good side, we ask.
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