31 May 2012

Fundoshi Poem


I wore this fundoshi overnight, wrapped and twisted comfortably and a little loosely.  It was a warm night, I only needed a thin sheet to cover up.  I had some fantastic dreams!  In the morning, I was able to work the fundoshi down over my hips and drop it to the floor without really untying it.  Using available natural light, I took about 40 photographs of it on my bedsheets, simply picking it up and dropping it from a couple feet in the air so that the twists and knots continued to loosen and disintegrate.  The white-on-white photos reminded me of windswept arctic tundra, yet also blushed my imagination with drops of lust as I imagined which parts of my body had been cupped or bound by the various twists and valleys of gauzy fabric...

Here's some of my favorites from the shoot!

 


 








9 comments:

benny said...

What material is this fundoshi made of, it looks so soft and comfortable

John said...

Beautiful textures and lighting variations. I get lucky now and then and take a "photograph" rather than a "picture" and I appreciate the depth of these photos. A nice photo study!

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

This is that Island Breeze Gauze cotton. It's a great lightweight cloth, unobtrusive and breathable under clothing, a little translucent when wet, and it gets a great "crinkle" to it that accentuates the fundoshi's lines. Cheap, too! http://www.fabric.com/apparel-fashion-fabric-shirting-fabric-gauze-fabric-island-breeze-gauze-fabric.aspx

Bicurious2009 said...

The eroticism of a simple piece of cloth. Fantastic!

Dnny said...

Very evocative and sensual

chris said...

Cant understand why its so unstained after a night of erotic dreams - do you wear a sheath?

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

Haha, no... just consummated the dreams in the morning, off-screen.

chris said...

No wonder no stains! Great vid on Fundoshi Fix page, (maybe how you consummated your dreams off screen). Nice to know I got the same technique for using my fundoshi!

achilles said...

Great photos hinting of fun, but I prefer to see a fundoshi straining to support its bulging contents. Certainly mine is straining at the moment.