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We are part of the first edition of Kinbaku Society of Berlin magazine !

We feel very honored to be part of the contributors of the first issue of the Kinbaku Society of Berlin magazine. And it has been a surprise to find in the mailbox a copy of this limited series of 100 copies of which there are very few left.

Kinbaku Society of Berlin is a magazine created by a group of enthusiastic and creative people from Berlin who meet to study Kinbaku and the beauty of its eroticism. They are dedicated to analyze especially the historical and contemporary Japanese concepts of beauty and how to translate them into European culture in order to create an original expression of Kinbaku, respecting the Japanese origin but without appropriating it.

Two of the people in charge of producing this project are our Discover Kinbaku friends Alexander Madl and Natasha Nawataneko, who encouraged us to participate in their first issue with some of our rope photographs. We are very happy to have collaborated in this very special project. 🙂

The four full-page photographs in the featured artist section were taken by Zor during 2019. The first and the last one were taken during the workshop that Norio Sugiura San offered at the Kinbaku Lounge in Copenaghe, with Margout Darko as model and Andrea Kurogami as rigger in the first picture and Dasniya Sommer as model and Sawa Sagit as rigger in the last one. The next two are pictures of outdoor sessions in the Canary Islands, with Margout Darko as model and Zor as rigger and photographer.

The magazine is full color and printed on photo paper and mixes current and historical bondage photographs with texts, poems and illustrations. The truth is that it is a pleasure for any lover of bondage and art. To get one the best thing to do is to contact them directly through info@kinbaku-society.org (in English or German), but hurry up because the copies are very limited and there are very few left! If you want to support the project you can also join their Patreon and donate help them to keep it going.

 

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