A Farewell to Fetish

A complete compendium of fetish art from artist Marco Maccadanza. A cross section of work from an artist known to deliver powerful and erotic images, this is the full range of his works from line work to comics and everything in-between.

A Farewell to Fetish

A complete compendium of fetish art from artist Marco Maccadanza. A cross section of work from an artist known to deliver powerful and erotic images, this is the full range of his works from line work to comics and everything in-between. Known to private collectors internationally, the artist is branching out to new endeavors and this is his thanks to all who have supported him through the years. A lovely volume of work that will thrill you and inspire you as well. Every piece tells a story. An erotic story written by his wife and illustrated by the artist has never before been released and is contained in this volume.

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