Quentin Tarantino has a foot fetish. We know this, already. He also loves to show it off in his movies. We can now see this in this wonderful edit by Pablo Fernandez Eyre that stitched together scenes that involve feet in all his movies. It’s really, really great and uncomfortable and fun at the same time.
Lela Gwenn had a dream: cosplay as some of her favorite heroes, and then get tied up and photographed by Sandman Slim author Richard Kadrey. The model and writer raised over $4000 on Kickstarter to make it happen, and here's your first look at the results, exclusively on io9.
Classic science fiction is full of weird imagery and tropes — including the trope of the woman inside the glass tube or case, which The Fifth Element played with a fair bit. And there's a whole blog devoted to "Sci-Fi Women in Tubes." Check out some of the weird and titillating tube art below.
Fair warning: Potentially unsettling images after the jump. Then again, you're reading a post about necrophilia; what did you expect? No judgement. Just saying.
When does superhero cosplay slide over into becoming fetishwear? When it gets too shiny. And too kinky.
Juha Arvid Helminen unnerves with his Shadow People, a dreamily creepy series of black-on-black photos that evokes The Invisible Man and Silent Hill's Pyramid Head monsters. His black-wrapped subjects are amassing an army to march through your nightmares.
One summer, I took a solo trip to Kauai. I brought along a waterproof camera to capture what I saw in and out of the water, at the same time.
Are you obsessed with Sputnik, the Space Race, Googie architecture and radioactive powers for superheroes? Look out, it seems like your fetish is about to get a name: "Atompunk."
Click to viewI love it when some random B-movie from the 1950s delivers a scene of such inventive perviness that it could only have been created in a sexually-repressive culture. Such is the case with this outrageous (and yet work-safe) scene from 1959 flick The Head, where mad Dr. Ood has grafted the head of a…
It's not online yet, but I had to post this: Wired's done a 15th anniversary retrospective on past gadgets from its Fetish column, pulling out the most absurd, useless and ridiculous through the hindsight of 2008. I have a special interest in this article, as I wrote Fetish for 20% of its lifetime, and the column was…
We've been huge fans of Richard Kadrey's writing ever since we read his seminal cyberpunk novel Metrophage, and we've been lucky enough to hear him read several times from his stories of the bizarre sex lives of mutant assassins. So we were thrilled when we found out he also creates gorgeous, disturbing fetish art…
Must-read graphic novels are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Vitals: Claudia, a super hawt rich girl, has a device implanted that makes her sexuality…
Know somebody who's been very, very naughty? Make that bad girl walk around in a pair of these Punitive Shoes for a day or two, certain to elicit laughs or wood, depending on your point of view. Yours for the price of a middling pair of Manolo Blahniks.
Good morning, Dear Readers! Wakie Wakie! Eat some eggie in a basket and feast your eyes on this wonderful rubber fetishwear from sunny Germany. Thrill at the Teutonic attachments! Marvel at the in-your-face urinal action! Pop on this ball-headed monster mask with handy appendage holes and, as the sun comes up over…