There is a unique collection vintage spanking artworks from unknown artists available at this blog.
Illustrations from Dan DeCarlo (1919-2001). De Carlo was an American cartoonist best known as the artist who developed the look of Archie Comics in the late 1950s and early 1960s, modernizing the characters to their contemporary appearance and establishing the publisher's house style.
Artworks by Driver651, this artist focus mainly on bondage, a bit in 1950 style, but I discovered some very interesting spanking artworks and was allowed to share those here. Be sure to check out his portfolio for many interesting bdsm and spanking artworks, I especially like the 1950's Flashback Gallery.
Who could resist such a view? And after it's done he will hold on to his bottom for sure (as seen below).
The artworks done by LivingHorus, and available as art print. Click on the images to view more details.
Illustrated by Suzanne Ballivet (1904 -1985). Suzanne Ballivet's life and origins remain something of a mystery. Other than the fact that she probably lived and worked in Paris from about 1930 to 1955, few, if any, biographical facts are available.
Although she illustrated several erotic books, Les Chansons de Bilitis (1943), Les Aventures du roi Pausole (1947), Gamiani (date unknown), La Venus aux Fourrures (1954), it is without doubt Initiation Amoureuse (1943) which remains her most popular body of work .
Ballivet is one of the few female artists known to have produced erotic work in the first half of this century.
Illustrated by Hata Deli. In the 1920s and 1930s, the artist created black and white BDSM drawings (hard contrast lineart) in a kind of post-art-nouveau style.
Hata Deli's artworks are cherished among fans of femdom/malesub art.
The artists specialized in sadistic, cruel dominant women, lustfully engaging in acts of female domination for those men who are dreaming of being dominated by strong, erotically beautiful women.