As an internationally published glamour photographer who is also a Fetishist. Michael Petersen was inspired by great fetish artists, Eric Stanton, Gene Bilbrew, and Eric Kroll.
A few years ago, he decided to re-purpose many of his older images and create his unique style of ‘Fetish Pinup Art’. Fetish art depicts people in fetishistic situations such as S&M, domination/submission, bondage and the like, sometimes in combination.
Fetish art can simply depict a person dressed in fetish clothing, which includes undergarments, stockings, high heels, corsets, boots, gloves, latex, leather and other attire.
Michael creates his art using acrylic paint, watercolor and ink, or digital art methods. The giclèe print art reproductions sold here are created using Epson Ultrachrome HD pigment inks and museum grade archival art papers. The prints will last for hundreds of years.
Statement from the Artist –
“I am an internationally published glamour and fashion photographer. I took inspiration from (especially in my glamour photography) the great fetish artists of the 50’s and 60’s such as Eric Stanton, Gene Bilbrew, and Eric Kroll.
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(Image Credit – Michael Petersen)