Tube girl + liquid girl + transformation = hotness

It looks like she’s turning into Campari and enjoying it. Bachhus’s research:

This is a photograph by Spanish photographer Pedro Morales (his FaceBook page is here) from a series called La Gastronomía en Imágenes (Gastronomy in Pictures) that you can see here. Although little information about Morales appears to be available in English, this Spanish-language blog post has a bit.


Back in 2010, when this site was just starting out, I had occasion to blog about the work of an obscure outsider artist who called verself “Atomica.” Atomica’s work consisted largely of photomanips of existing porn bring them into the imaginative world of the artist, a world of melting women, mad science experiments, and vore. Looking through the sixty or so extant images, one has a sense of glimpsing fragments of an imaginative universe rather larger than the small artistic catalog suggests. In this world there is some sort of cosmetic/drug/aphrodisiac called “liquid skin,” a flesh-liquifying substance that women play with for sexual pleasure, as well as dangerous insect-like creatures that might eat you alive, or into which you might turn if you play around with too much liquid skin. Here is an example of Atomica’s work:

Most of Atomica’s work is heavily captioned like that. That many of the internal captions appear to have been written by someone with an imperfect command of standard English is atmospherically effective, contributing to the general sense of outsider-art strangeness of the whole project.

Atomica’s art appears seems to have been done by or before 2002. When I was writing the 2010 post all I had of Atomica were a handful of images and some notes I took in a journal written in about 2005 or so. (I’ve been at all this for a while, you see.) The site hosting Atomica’s weird art appeared to have vanished off the Internet, destined to be but a wistful memory of an age when the Internet was a fun place for creatives and eccentrics to let their freak flags fly, rather a string of big ugly malls patrolled by corporate goons.

This past weekend I was working on a project to create archival editions of old posts and came across the 2010 post. Since I was busy fixing broken links (link rot being the bane of anyone who keeps a site) I decided to take a whirl at finding the old Atomica art at the Internet Archive, that mighty and wonderful resource, which appears to me to have gotten easier to search as of late.

Within fifteen minutes I had found the Atomica archive on the Wayback Machine. I couldn’t have been happier: crude as it is, this is formative art for me, a real find back in the day when I thought I was just a weirdo having strange erotic thoughts that no one else could have been having. I won’t blog most it it here — much of this material is sufficiently squicky that it merits discussion mostly at Infernal Wonders — but you should feel free to peruse the archive and, for that matter, the other weird material at the fan site that my Archive heroes have preserved.

And if you can contribute, please consider donating to the Archive. It preserves our collected heritage!

Tumblr favorite #1817: Drink me!


Original post here. This image was researched by Bacchus at ErosBlog as part of the “Γ commission.” The research was originally published at Hedonix as “ΓΓ 047 – 049 – Drinkable Girls. Here is what Bacchus found.

This artwork appears on Pixiv with the title 私を飲んで (machine translation: Drink Me) and the subtitle 不思議の国のアリス中 (machine translation: Alice In Wonderland Medium). The artist is Loped, who has a blog here.


Although I was unable to locate the origin of this photoshopped dissolving-girl image, I did locate the porn model and photo from which it was constructed. The blonde is Stacy Silver, and the photoshop is based on this image from a gallery of wallpaper shots:




This last artwork is called Drink Me by artist 1loopypunkgirl (Sarah Ashley) on DeviantArt, who writes that it is an “Alice in Wonderland themed montage for my photography / photoshop class.”