Namio Harukawa

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Namio Harukawa
春川 ナミオ
Born 1947
Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese

Namio Harukawa (春川 ナミオ Harukawa Namio?, born in 1947, in Osaka Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese artist known for his realistic drawings. He created around one thousand unique drawings.[1] Harukawa's artwork features voluptuous women overpowering and humiliating smaller men. The women in Harukawa's drawings are typically Asian or European in appearance.

Harukawa's women usually have an aloof look on their faces and often are doing everyday activities such as smoking or drinking a cup of tea. Approximately half of the men in Harukawa's art may be used as a seat or swing. By far the most common Harukawa theme is female domination by facesitting. His work also includes cunnilingus, smothering, bondage, urolagnia, and coprophilia.

Harukawa's publications are listed below.[edit]

Only four publishers own the rights to Harukawa's work (links under References):

  • 2014 VW Productions: Under Her (Does NOT own any rights),
  • 2012 The United Dead Artists: Maxi Cula[2]
  • 2008 The United Dead Artists: Callipyge [3]
  • 1970 Edition 3 Masques: Satoria Insel der Erotik (for sale in Europe only) [4]