‘Rubber, Frills and Thrills’

The Art of GERNOT

Gernot’s art is a testimony for the elegance of the bizarre; his abounding fantasy generates dream creatures with anatomically perfect proportions and exaggerated erotic attributes. All the countless facets of fetish life are depicted here, from highly fashionable latex couture to the dark dungeons of heavy rubber. Gernot’s unique and unmistakable style makes him the most important fetish artist of today. (Marquis)


(1969) is a painter, freelance illustrator, sculptor and designer who lives and works in Bavaria/Germany. After he created and exhibited large sized, frightening machinery pictures and ugly creatures in oil paint during the early 90ties, he decided to concentrate more on his preference for the bizarre, unusual and especially the female shape. Several illustrations of bold mistresses, voluptuous ponygirls, masked nuns and rubberized maids followed. The consequence were first publications in Fetish Magazines such as “Secret” and “Twilight” and a permanent cooperation with the world’s leading magazine in this genre – Marquis. Gernot draws / paints his bizarre characters mostly with a wink of the eye – but with technical seriousness and passion.


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