Um, You Know, There Are Earlier Von Gutenberg Magazines…

I have been pushing our just released issue #6 with covert girl MiMi Cherry, story contributions by Midori, M. Christian, great photo essays from Westward Bound and Syren, plus fantasy artwork by Armanado Huerta, Ed Mironiuk and plenty of other stuff from plenty of others filling out the issue. But I hope you have seen, are aware of, or might want to get yourself a copy of our issues 1-5…all unique collector’s editions in their own right.

You can get those magazines here: . You’ll see number # 6 pop-up right at the top of the page, with beautiful MiMi, but scroll down to the left hand column under BESTSELLERS for the other issues. Those issues include cover girls like Jean Bardot, fetish superstar Perish in never-before published photos, RUBBERDOLL Jewell Marceau, 2010’s Mister SF Leather (VON Gutenberg’s first male model) and of course all the usual coverage of past fetish events and interviews with scene makers, our models and designers.

So get a copy of issue 6 now and catch-up with the rest of the Von Gutenberg magazines if you don’t yet have them.

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Fang Ling Lee

It really does pay to get out sometimes.

Erik V and I happened to spin through the NJ Exxxotica convention this year (as I already reported: and while there met quite a few people both he and I knew and made some new friends. Among the new was the artist Fang Ling Lee. Her work, displayed on a high make-shift six-wall ‘gallery’ set on her specific piece of pink carpet was so startling and sexy, and the artist herself about the nicest young woman one could ever wish to meet, that Erik made a decision right then and there to include her in issue #6.

Because this is an issue centered around comics, you’ll find schmushed right there between the pictures of our four models-cover girl MiMi Cherry, Canada’s Bianca Beauchamp, sultry Deanna Storm and the inimitable Miss Mischief-great art from people like Armando Huerta, Ed Mironiuk and Chainsaw Chuck.

And there is this great art from Fang Ling Lee, our new friend here at Von Gutenberg.

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Von Gutenberg Magazine issue 3 is out with Rubberdoll

Von Gutenberg Magazine just launched the third magazine VG3 and we are proud to announce Rubberdoll as cover model for this issue. You will find a stunning Rubberdoll interview and never published pictures just exclusively taken for the readers for Von Gutenberg! This video interview below was done during the photo shoot in Florida with Rubberdoll this summer!

More pictures, reports and models you will find in the issue 3 of Von Gutenberg Magazine – Fashion Fantasy and Lifestyle Magazine with columns from Midori and Violet Blue!

In the same issue you will see Mister SF Leather 2010 Lance Holman, Jewell Marceau, Sin Fisted and Mina de Sade. Stunning pictures and great interviews and additionally a big report on upcoming Folsom Street Fair past and present 2010.

Designers are Libertinesque, Madame S and legendary DeMask! We are all about Fashion, Fashion and Fashion again!

Get your copy now and enjoy the summer issue of Von Gutenberg – the number 1 in Fashion Fantasy and Lifestyle! And it is still AUGUST 2010 and we have still free shipping until the end of the month for Von Gutenberg magazines and for subscriptions of the Von Gutenberg Magazine! Take your copy before leaving for Burning Man this year and take advantage of free shipping within the US.

Here the Cover Interview with Rubberdoll:

Fetish Art from Ed Mironiuk

edmironiukashleyreneeMARQUIS AMERICA recommends Ed Mironiuk, one of the finest fetish artists out there. Simply beautiful!

Ed Mironiuk entered our world on Dec 11th, 1969 in the improbable setting of Buffalo, NY. His singular and strange nature quickly convinced his parents that one child would be enough, as they never had another. He began drawing in earnest as soon as his tender fingers could grip a pencil and put it to paper. Edgar Rice Burroughs, Frazetta, sci fi and comics consumed his time and encouraged his fetid imagination. By the age of 12 he discovered Alberto Vargas through an inherited collection of musty Playboys, perhaps the only pre-pubescent to truly appreciate pornography on an esoteric level. This early admiration of the female form would serve as the foundation of his later artwork. While normal kids were drawing hotrods and wondering how to get into the girl next door’s pants, Ed was memorializing what was actually IN the girl door’s pants through detailed illustrations.

After a decent run in high school, Ed hightailed it out of Central New York and went straight to his muse – NYC’s East Village. He drank his way through 4 years at Parson’s School of Design and managed to come away with a BFA, despite his predilection for tequila. While Ed toiled away at mundane illustration and animation jobs, he fed his head a steady diet of black metal, Russ Meyer films, HP Lovecraft, latex fashion, ink and piercings of all natures and the absolute vilest sectors of Japanese deviancies. These subcultures stewed in his brain and eventually merged with his love of pinups, forming the basis of his unique brand of art; a hybrid of pop trash and fetish culture kissed by Dr. Moreau himself. In 1993 he was anointed reigning illustrator for Tattoo Magazine, a role he still kicks ass at. Ed’s illustration work has been featured in everything from The LA Times to Equus Eroticus and used for bands as diverse as The Genitorturers and SPiT LiKE THiS. Ed throws all this work into the world from his cocoon in the boondocks of Jersey, where he lives with his loving wife and needy Chihuahuas.


Porsche Lynn  “Ed Mironiuk is our generation’s John Wiley, Eric Stanton or Alberto Vargas. He has the most explosive, artistic creative originality on the planet. Ed draws women as a reflection of the Goddess, from Kali to Venus in Furs. I adore his work. His paintings come to life and stir deep feelings, inside all of us. I am honored to have been an inspirational muse for this great artist.
Ed Mironiuk’s art will send shivers up your thighs and visions of sugarplums dancing in your head. This book is a must have for all Pinup art collectors


KumiLenora Claire“Ed Mironiuk has remained one of my favorite artists all of these years because his work some how manages to perfectly capture the subjects personality while injecting both humor and sexuality in his unique hyper-stylized fashion. He also smells nice and wears sparkly shoes.”

Gen from the Genitorturers”When i first saw Ed’s artwork he did for Genitorturers I was completely blown away at his attention to detail. This design became a hugely popular image for the band and remains one of my all time favorite pieces of “Genitorture” artwork!”

Julie www.edmironiuk.comMistress Persephone  “Ed Mironiuk is an artist who understands that a model’s personality should shine through in the details of a portrait. His inspiring talent mixed with his wide range of obscure, sometimes dark interests makes for a dynamic output of work. I feel entirely honored and privileged to have been a part of his artistic process.”


Fetus De Milo/ Brandy Durante “Ed’s saucy little pin-ups provide a refreshing, realistic, look at what pin-up art should be. In the endless sea of modern pin-up artists, his work stands alone. It is the perfect cross between realism and cartoony sass. He proves to us time and time again that true beauty and allure comes in a variety of delicious flavors. It was an honor to model for him.”

Michael Gorman“Ed draws naked chicks, some covered in blood, some half naked in some sort of kinky rubber outfit. He likes eating aborted chickens, duck feet, and grubs. He just got his head tattooed and sorta looks like Anton LaVey. He got married in Disney World to a girl who makes zombie toys and SATAN dolls, and he has worked on some fucked up shit for Sesame Street. So fuck all y’all.”