(See also Gallery #40 - 20th Century Artists)
Classic John Willie
Peter O. points to this site for a plethora of Victorian era cartoons.
Part 1 and
Part 2 of a
titillating French cartoon strip,
Sasmira (Part I - The Call) by Vicomte.
The author (Vicomte) draws very beautiful corset scenes; this is a time travel story. Modern characters find themselves in 1910 and the girls are required to wear fashionable dresses instead of trousers. Don't misunderstood, the mystery of time travel (and love) is much more important than corset.
the videogame “King of Fighters EX2: Howling Blood”, one of the
"Here is a
nice little bit of corset humor...from a delightful book titled: The
Gay Nineties by R.V. Colter, published by Doubleday, Doran and Co.
in 1928. Long out of print unfortunately, as it is a funny take on
(Click for legible size)
(below) 1880s corset humor
(BELOW) Two corset drawings from the wonderful turn of
the century French magazine Le Vie Parisienne. Stephen K.: "Cartoonist Bill Ward: As the Sixties progressed his work
crude and obscene, but I love his elegant and glamorous pictures from the Fifties. He must have liked corsetry as much as I do: even into the 1970s, as far as I can make out from the cartoons, his women were still wearing girdles, waspies and corsets, long after they went out of fashion. Usually they're just sexy props, but here one has made it into the punch line (1971)."
"Cartoonist Bill Ward: As the Sixties progressed his work
(above left) Even Marge Simpson has gotten in the act! (right two) ...from a Simpsons episode
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