Escher Girls

Float like a butterfly, Sting like a WTF!?

This is a blog to archive and showcase the prevalence of certain ways women are depicted in illustrated pop media, specifically how women are posed, drawn, distorted, and/or sexualized out of context, often in ridiculous, impossible or disturbing ways that sacrifice storytelling.

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geministormchaser submitted:

This is Airi from Queen’s Blade. I know she isn’t corporeal all the time, but this is ridiculous.

Nothing about her looks like she’s twisting or turning until BAM, her boobs are facing you!

geministormchaser submitted:

This is Airi from Queen’s Blade. I know she isn’t corporeal all the time, but this is ridiculous.

Nothing about her looks like she’s twisting or turning until BAM, her boobs are facing you!

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  1. toolonginexile reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    This blog is a collection of how the female body is portrayed in a preposterous and oversexualized manner. Found this...
  2. terrierfancy reblogged this from elkian and added:
    Omg
  3. elkian reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Her boobs are literally on top of her back….scary.
  4. katewithpaint reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    What the ever living fuck just crawled up and died on my dash.
  5. wincenworks reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    This goes beyond Escher, I think this one should be classified as Lovecraftian. The longer I look at it, the more I feel...
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  8. porrimistheclassiestlesbian reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    No but this makes no sense. It’s genuinely confusing how is she doing that.
  9. plateglasstrampoline said: Does anyone get this weird impression that the head of the scythe is actually moved into the foreground somehow?
  10. ahogeiba said: it’s like the scythe is her dividing point.
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  12. shanejayell said: Wow. Uhm… short of BREAKING HER SPINE I have no idea how this woks.
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