In another time, Leo Impekoven (1873-1943) could have designed furniture for Catherine the Great. The German artist had the ability work a phallus or vulva into petty much anything. In this portfolio of his work from round 1930, he delivers his take on the Biblical story of Adam and Eve, choosing to rebrand the story as Eve and Adam. It’s all about Eve, after all.
Delivered in a limited edition run of 100 sets, and in the Jugendstil (“Youth Style”) – a German artistic movement that serves as a counterpart of Art Nouveau – we see that Adam and Eve never stood a chance. Temptation dangles from trees in their Eden. And Eve, well, she loves it.
Via: Honest Erotica
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