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Lorenzo Sperlonga

A redhead in a black corset and stockings with large metal wings. A naked brunette with purple wings wearing a long silver chain. A lovely blond woman with perky breasts and large white wings.

I’ve always suspected that Hell is chock full of Glam-Goth hotties and sultry fallen angels. Imagine my surprise when my suspicions were confirmed in the naughty fantasy visions of Lorenzo Sperlonga.

Even if you’ve lead a good life, you might be willing to throw it all away for the opportunity to mix and mingle with the denizens of Lorenzo’s dark and foreboding milieu. Even his fairies seem to have serious attitude problems, but thankfully they have no problems with such earthly concerns as prudish modesty.

I can’t guarantee that buxom beauties with dangerous wings will greet you in the afterlife, but Mr. Sperlonga’s artwork certainly makes it seem worth the risk.

Written by in October of 2005. Last edited September 2014.

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Comments

  • tim brooks - August 2nd, 2006 at 8:53 pm

    love your art