I am able to proudly present, Sang Bleu VI’s collaborative Launch evening with Puma, in Milan!
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The London Festival of the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage presents kinbaku (aka shibari/Japanese rope bondage) as an artistic inspiration, a performance art in its own right and as a means of erotic communication, whilst sharing knowledge about it and its cultural context in a way that is accessible to all. We present an unparalleled range of talent from around the world and it is rapidly establishing a reputation as the Japanese bondage event.
It includes: Kinbaku inspired art, photography and design Presentations, classes and workshops by world renowned experts Music, movies and videos Performances and demonstrations Japanese food and drink
The main venue will be the Resistance Gallery. This is an unique, multi-functional, modern, 2,200sq ft arts, performance & gallery space in the creative heart of Bethnal Green, London E2. It provides art exhibition space, theater, avant-garde gatherings, cabaret, photographic shoots, filming & video location, live music events, multi media installation experiences, workshops etc.
The festival started on the 1st of October and carries on until the 8th.
For more information about tickets before the festival finishes look here.
You can also look at the timetable of events for the festival here
265 Poyser Street
Bethnal Green London
Im in a good mood so I thought I’d start with a high-level wordplay. Anyway, browsing some Kinbaku-related discussions on <a href=”http://Fetlife.com” target=”_blank”>Fetlife.com</a>, I found the work of <a href=”http://murusou-club-movie.com/en/” target=”_blank”>Naka Akira</a>. I downloaded a couple of videos and to be honest, it is one of the most beautiful bondage I’ve seen. Far from the boring photo—graphic occidental approach, <a href=”http://murusou-club-movie.com/en/” target=”_blank”>Naka Akira</a> is always very close to looking messy which gives an uncanny realism to the scene, in spite of the obvious staging. And for some reason, a japanese bondage masters, although geeky remain credible while an occidental one usually looks like he should just go back to eating pizza and playing World of Warcraft.
download here (about 10£ the 3 movies. worth it)
<a href=”http://murusou-club-movie.com/en/” target=”_blank”>http://murusou-club-movie.com/en/</a>
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Here are the official trailers for Issue VI!
Dear all. This is the latest sketch of the cover—still not final-final, but nearly!—and list of featured people. The list is not exhaustive. An exhaustive list will be available next week. Hold fast and order your copy before it’s too late!
In the meanwhile, we are finalizing the layout, waiting for some late material and making sure this is the best issue yet!
Sang Bleu issue 6
Directed by Maxime Büchi & Jeanne-Salomé Rochat
Editors: Betony Vernon, Nick Schonberg, Thomas Hooper
Duke Riley & Sue Jeiven
Ellen Von Unwerth
Fergus Purcell aka Fergadelic
Fuzi UV TPK
Kim Seob Boninsegni
Les Gens d’Uterpan
Michael James O’Brien
Nacho Picasso / Blue Sky Black Death
Odile Bernard Schroder
The Kilby Brothers
“Paradise Found” by Lara Giliberto
BJ Betts by Clement Pascal
BJ Broekhuizen by Kate Cox
To prepare you for all Sang Bleu 6, here are some trailers of what is to come!!!
Sang Bleu has existed for nearly ten years as an independent project that has served as a social benchmark within media concerning tattooing, fashion, cultural studies and fetish; catering for individuals who seek more than what pleases the masses and what is offered through conventional publications and websites.
With each Eponymous issue of the publication growing in strength, popularity and acclaim, Sang Bleu now presents its eagerly anticipated Issue 6- featuring 700 pages of editorial content by and featuring the likes of Ellen Von Unwerth, Estevan Oriol, Booba, Robert Ryan, Bushwick Bill to name but a few; not to mention the Issue’s guest editor Betony Vernon who has built a name firmly within both the fetish and fashion world.
With the printed magazine existing as a somewhat precarious format, it is up to those who know they can withold a firm mark within modern publishing to continue to do so, leaving imitators and emulators behind in the process. Sang Bleu serves as one of these publications, who since entering fruition has inspired further those passionate about the subject matter, as well as drawn in those curious about it towards a powerful and focused art-direction and vision.
Sang Bleu 6 will be only be able to be obtained through pre-ordering through the Sang Bleu 6 website/store page, and will be available to be shipped worldwide. As it exists as a 100% independent and non-profit publication who unlike others, reliant on advertisements and sponsors, can only be offered in a bespoke and personal way, catering for the dedicated individual or establishment who wants to support the project further.
Thank you for your continued support
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Sang Bleu 6 is now ready to be pre-ordered at
Issue 6 will be presenting editorial content over 700 pages featuring the work and the likes of:
Ellen Von Unwerth
The Kilby Family
….. and so much more- not to mention the guest editors position being filled by Betony Vernon who shall also be contributing to the issue.
Issue 6 will only be available via pre-orders and is due to be released late September.
205 x 280 mm (8.07 x 11.02 inches) and will contain approximately 700 pages-(more information on the pre-orders can be read here)
(this is not the final cover)
my collab skateboards are now available from the 242 website!!!!