Original post here.
Sourced to Old Erotic Art. Original text was my comment “Household technology at work.”
Bonus Image Provenance: I commissioned Bacchus at ErosBlog to research this image further, and he has come up with the following additional details.
I recognized this artwork immediately from the style: It’s from a series of short (typically one or two page) comic erotic drawn stories called and starring “Carrie”. Your image comes from the 4th image on this page, which explains that the Carrie strips originally ran in the 1970s porn magazine Mayfair:
According to this page (old free host, images do not load), the title of the strip in question is “Carrie and The Vacuum Cleaner Demo” and the artist was Steve Kingston; the strip first appeared in Mayfair Vol. 19 No. 2 (February 1984):
There’s more information about the history of the Carrie strip and the other artists who drew it here:
I believe the large-size cropped scan of one panel that is your subject image probably comes from this website, which features several other nicely-extracted details from the “Vacuum Cleaner Demo”:
Sadly, I could not readily locate a high-quality scan of the uncropped strip itself.
Bacchus is actively taking image research commissions, and if you have adult imagery you’re curious to learn more about, I encourage you to visit Bacchus’s introductory post for his image-searching service, where you can find details about how to commission him.