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Ivan the Wonderful Presents His 2021 Calendar
Celebrating a new year with Ivan Bubentcov
The sweet and talented Russian artist Ivan Bubentcov wrote to us this morning:
"I want to tell you that Facebook has blocked my account (I still hope that this is temporary.)
And for several days now I have not been able to go to my profile and publish anything!
And I just printed the calendars and would like to somehow inform my subscribers about it! (I think we have a lot in common.)
So I wanted to ask you to show gay solidarity and, if possible, post information about the calendar!
Link to ebay and photo is here.
I will be very grateful if you post this information, and also report my blocking on Facebook!
Yes! All my work can still be seen on Patreon!
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57 Super Sex-Charged Drawings by Russian Artist Ivan Bubentcov
Ivan's drawings are of "ordinary Russian guys ... in a bar, at a construction site, in a forest and, of course, in a Russian bathhouse."
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33 Illustrations of Mythology and Sex Tales by Ivan Bubentcov
Ivan loves to take the classics and make them outrageously horny.
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53 Smoking Hot Drawings by Ivan Bubentcov
The prolific Russian artist sends us more of his super animated, super sex-charged drawings to drive us just a little crazy.
Despite the problems of being a gay artist in Russia, Ivan Bubentcov has created a vast archive of wonderfully erotic art.
"Hello! I'm from Russia. I was born in 1972 in a small town near Moscow.
"Since my childhood I was fond of drawing and have finished a children's art school, Abramtsevsky Art-Industrial College named after V.M. Vasnetsov, and then the Moscow Art and Industry Academy named after S.G. Stroganoff.
"Now I am engaged in interior design and drawing. Gay art takes a big place in my work. My heroes are ordinary Russian guys who can be found anywhere -- in a bar, at a construction site, in a forest and, of course, in a Russian bathhouse. They are a little naive, simple, but very attractive."
"For years, nobody, except close friends, have seen my gay works. There is still a lot of prejudices in Russia, so it's impossible to publish them officially. Nevertheless last year I printed my first gay calendar with a circulation of 30 copies.
"Of course, Tumblr, where I can publish my candid drawings, helps me a lot.
"Ivan Bubentcov is my pseudonym, which appears thanks to the only online gay magazine in Russia, Kvir, which publishes my works."