Something of Use showing your BDSM leanings from Hermes.
15 hours till the Housingworks Auction End for this offering above, currently $128.
* Silver-tone metal construction
* Contains some fragrance
* Spray functionality
* Includes original velvet logo pouch
* Marked on bottom
* Signs of wear, including surface scratches and dings
2.25″W x 3.25″H x .75″D
Or you can buy one on eBay for $288
dievca has MANY questions…
- Who made the prototype of the penis hook and what prompted its design?
- Where does someone buy a brass penis?
- Did they use it?
- What does the decor of their apartment look like?
- Did they get many questions about the penis hook?
- Was it a conversation starter?
- Why are they getting rid of it?
- How much will the sale of this hook make for Housing Works?
- Would dievca ever hang the hook in her apartment?
- Why does she keep salivating like Pavlov’s Dog?
The auction started at $45
As dievca writes this post it is at $215 with two days left.
The auction ends this evening at 10 pm EDT.
Click HERE to view the listing.
And if you bid…please let dievca know. XO
* Lithograph on thin, fibrous handmade paper
* Signed in pencil at lower right
* Edition 10/30
* Print is impressed into rag paper, creating a seamless appearance
* In metal frame, behind glass, wired for hanging
* Light wear
Auction ends on Oct. 25th, 10 pm EST
* Silver toned metal
* Velvet ribbon woven through
* Lobster claw clasp
* Made in Italy
* 22″ including extender
* 2013 Collection
* Great condition
Add a little Hot Rod Art to you walls. dievca thinks the work was done for a San Diego punk band “Rocket from the Crypt” performing at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood.
The LUSH curves made her smile!
(click on the Lot Id # for the auction, ending on Sunday evening)
* Serigraph on paper
* Edition: 152/1500
* Signed on lower right
* Mounted on linen
* Shows light signs of wear with some scuffing and pin holes to linen corners
Coop, real name Chris Cooper, is a hot rod artist working from Los Angeles. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1968, and describes his occupation as “Insensitive Artiste”. His work consists primarily of barely clothed Bettie Page-style 1950s soft pornography and/or B-movie monsters, with the female characters often taking the role of “Devil-Women”. The image most often associated with his work is however slightly more tame: the face of a grinning devil with a smoking cigar clamped in its teeth.
Coop has become popular with certain bands and labels and has provided art for several Sympathy for the Record Industry releases as well as the posters for Reverend Horton Heat, Lords of Acid, Green Day, Nirvana, Soundgarden and The Foo Fighters.
Coop is an avid hot rod enthusiast and well-known amongst the Kustom Kulture community. He makes an annual appearance at the Mooneyes Xmas party. He released a book in 2001 called Devils Advocate: The Art of Coop. In 2004 he released The Big Fat One, containing 1008 pages of collected sketches, and has recently formed a collaboration with Hot Wheels to sell a series of miniature “Coop-Customized” hot rods.