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Comics has been mainly done by men and for men; but thankfuly this is not anymore for few years.

There is a long list of women making incredibly beautiful pieces of art in the comic sector.

I will mention some of the most well known names in Europe but I pretty sure I will leave some other out, so feel free to add them into the comments ūüėČ

The ilustration on top belongs to Sonia Pulido a fantastic designer and cartoonist from Spain, her pinterest will bring you into her personal eye.

Since the 80’s in Spain were creating good designs in the magazines “Madriz, El Cairo and El Vibora”; the top girls involved into this opera were Laura Perez-Vernetti, Ana Juan, Ana Miralles, Sonia Pulido and Clara-Tanit.

Since then the groups has been getting bigger and there are new subjetcs into the erotic side of the female perspective like “El Toro Blanco” (The White Bull) by Laura Perez Vernetti; who has been sbject in many universitary studies due her talent and unique style in the erotic side in the comic industry.

Encyclop√©die de la bande dessin√©e √©rotique contains¬†150 designers¬†ilustrating the sexual view into cartoons. Laura wasn’t inclusive by¬†surprice of many.¬† Giovanna Casotto and the Spaniards Monica and Beatriz publising “Las peque√Īas viciosas” (Viciousland) were on the list showing clearly that the erotic comic created by women and for women is not well known yet.

Ana Miralles has been making incredibly erotic piece of art like this previous ilustration part of the comic called Djinn.

The list is long enought to keep you interested in discover a new side creted by women, so here are more names if you are interested to jump into their fantastic creations:

Rosa Montero, Anne Herbauts, Simone Lia, Gabrielle Bell, Jeanne Puchol, Barbara Yelin, Kati Kovacs, Diana Schuzt, Purita Campos, Consuelo Gil, Trina Robbins, Chantal Montellier, Asun Balzola, Marika, Victoria Martos, H√©lo√Įse Guerrer, Angeles Felices, Juliana Buch, Trini Tinture, Clara- Tanit Arque, Esther Gili, Maria Colino, Enkaru (Encarnita Robles), Ester Garcia Punzano, Maruam Naville, Laura Baron, Emma Rios, Raquel Alzate, Victoria Frances, Marjane Satrapi, Julie Doucet, Aurelia Aurita, Debbie Drechsler, Joanna Schipper, Allison Bechdel, Miriam Katin, Dominique Goblet, Sonia Pulido, Olga Carmona, Lola Lorete, Anne Herbauts, Nicole Claveloux, etc…

This is just a bite into the comic industry done by sexy women ūüėČ




As fashion is important in our society because explains in a simple and visual way our way of thinking, our evolution as a country, the cultural aspects that shape our personality.

Japan, is pretty complex and unique; you can easily see it on the fashion street that you would not be able to see it again in another places on this planet. this blog is the most influential in this country and the list of them over this subject are on this list

Now you can compare then and have a more open point of view, for me the Japanese style is so crazy and creative that sometimes is using too many elements that at the end are destroying it.

It is maybe is the way of hiding more complicate problems into their personal relationships, they are loosing the contact between them and the fact of trying to attract somebody next to them may need more colors on top.

This is a simple idea, I hope you have a better one to share.
Of course do not forget the manga, the ZEN, and the nuclear stuff in their minds; a simple crazy coctel.