Welcome to my web site. From Fetish to Classical remakes of Masterpieces with an erotic bend, I hope you enjoy this erotic journey of the male image.
Okay boys, I'm giving this a shot. I've had many requests for T-Shirts, so I designed up a few. I decided to go with this company, who I am sure has no idea how truly twisted I am but hey, you could take these designs any way you want them. . . right?
I have other design concepts beyond the capability of the online companies but these will do for now. What I do like is the ability to have the designs done on multiple size and styles of shirts. They have these great super thin, transparent-like shirts and dstressed cuff shirts as well as any other kind of shirt you might want.
RED FIST RIGHT
SHIT FROM SHINOLA
Shirts for FISTPIGS, Fucked up sneaker pervs, bootblack sole lickin' scum, Urinal cake snacking dudes.
mORE TO CUM!
(I have to admit I laughed my ass off when it showed me what the red fist right design would look like on a chick....haw!) So, let's see how long before I get kicked off that web site for inappropriate imagery.
TO PURCHASE ITEMS FROM AXEL, FOLLOW THE LINK TO MY NON-ADULT WEBSITE . PURCHASES MADE THROUGH PAYPAL
Okay, playing with pastels now and thought I'd do a series of images based on guys who take pictures of themselves with camera phones. I love the idea of guys taking anonymous images and then exposing it to the entire world. The pastels I am using are something new that I've never played with before. Pan pastels. They are applies with sponges onto hard board. I wanted to loosen things up a bit and get away from details. I hope you enjoy. AXEL
My latest work is a series of images done in Charcoal, ink, transparencies, gold, copper and bronze gilding. I call them the Sons of NYX, which basically are various incarnations of the entity known as Death. I know, nice huh?
Who knew he was so hot?
charcoal on paper
God of Doom.
Charcoal on paper/ transparency with ink
Charcoal on paper.
I have since created a transparency layer not pictured here, so basically you see a work in progress as I flesh out what I need this piece to be/mean for me.
Charcoal image with a transparency layer. The transparency is drawn over with gold/silver paint and copper metal leafing. This is also unfinished and the photo needs to be redone. Most of the metal highlights are lost in the process.
unfinished image from the series
14 x 11 Original Pencils by AXEL from the David Stein story collection. "Boots, Bondage, and Beatings" by David Stein (Perfectbound Press, 2008