Relativision – Hajime Sorayama Erotic Art Book Review

Posted By yonghow on August 26th, 2010

Warning : Adult content ahead. This post is NOT SAFE for viewing in the office !

“Relativision” is a sumptuous collection of photo-realistic airbrush illustrations by renowned Japanese artist Sorayama Hajime, well known internationally for his highly erotic bondage / SM artwork.

Note : The contents of the book contain explicit nudity, often with genitalia, and I have taken the liberty of censoring them as I am uncomfortable with such a level nudity on my blog, beautiful as the illustrations are. For those who wish to see the unspoilt work, please do purchase the book.






(above) Not all of Sorayama’s artwork are of an adult nature. He occasionally does personal pieces like the ones above, sometimes for commercial work, but both are always of the highest artistic quality.






The highly explicit nudity and bondage themes might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for those appreciating tastefully done erotic artwork, they can’t go wrong with Sorayama’s “Relativision.”

Hajime Sorayama’s “Relativision” artbook details :

– Dimensions – 11.2 x 8.3 x 0.9 inches
– Softcover (thin cardboard card ) with jacket, 128 pages
– Full Color printed on thick, high grade paper
– Comes with a giant foldout poster

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6 Responses to “Relativision – Hajime Sorayama Erotic Art Book Review”

Mick

I love the work of Hajime Sorayama, especially the erotic art; they are even more erotic than if they were photos.

Melissa

H.Soroyama offers so fabulous erotic piece of art … Bondage and shibari ones are so great !

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