From seduction to obsession to fantasies to libido to passion, one basic human need is satisfied. Many a time, this need turns into a want! The limerence that one feels is very much different from true love, the only desire there is a reciprocation of one's feelings. Going wild and kinky all over the place, there are these illustrations by the French illustrator and comic artist Marion Fayolle.
They are a beautiful portrayal that speaks volumes through their silence! Love and loss, passion and betrayal and longing and lust presented here are funny yet poignant. But some are philosophical and deep, too. These illustrations are so subtle that they whisper through meticulous figures, against the intricacies of human relations. The words by Alain de Botton on intimacy are the best fit here...
"Intimacy is a capacity to be rather weird with someone, and finding that that's ok with them."
Have a look at the wordless yet vocal narratives, here.
For him to explore, the corners!
Beautifully illustrated. Courtesy: Marion Fayolle
For it is tender and fragile, too.
That is so savagely hilarious, she has to bowl them down.
A blindfolded aim, yet so 'on point'. *Pun-intended*
Face in hands at this!
Harsh reality of the obsession with ****s!
When he loses all interest.
Is the need of the hour.
And are making it all up to meet!
Wild imagination, I must say. Those apples and pears!
The sharpening of an axe or a pencil?!
Soon to be enacted...
With all her 'blowing' skills! A 'job' well done!
All ready to attack and 'grab'!
Until the last one discovers only to give him a lesson. The chain of betrayal portrayed well.
When she is not able to get over her past, there's 'something' stuck there.
There is still place for 'a lot of others', too!
Fed up of the spotting, every time.
When one breaks one's own walls!
Unfairly! Just like a mission to accomplish.
Does she evolve and emerges a creator.
What they have in mind... cannot be hidden.
When his 'train' wants to enter her 'cave'...
When he is 'harp'ing at her strings!
Not slowly, obviously, though!
These illustrations have left us open-mouthed with their fierce thought process!
Do share with people you think can digest this.