At first glance, the incongruity of the subjects in Lyubomir Sergeev’s work will elicit a smile. The thing is, the longer you look at his work, the more you understand the actual depth and meaning behind it. Each detail of this Bulgarian artist’s work is carefully thought out, making the digitally enhanced images pop out and grab the viewer by the eye. The picture above shows what appears to be a model in a skimpy red outfit holding a hamper and a dog on a leash. It’s only later when I realize that it’s supposed to be a parody of the popular children’s fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood
Sir, suffused again with salacity, found His next submissive and saw in her a certain satisfying sibilance as she spoke, it reminded Him of someone else’s affectation, and He wanted it now, so that He could do the bad things again, to express his deep lacivity once more.
1. lewdness of speech.
2. lustful or lecherous behaviour; appealing to or stimulating sexual desire; lascivious.
These violent delights have violent ends. And in their triumph die, like fire and powder. Which, as they kiss, consume.