28 Images Combining Sex And Horror From Emanuele Taglietti's Terrifying Erotic Art!

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Emanuele Taglietti had created about 500 cover photos for several graphic novels in the 1970's. His work has appeared in many adult sex and horror graphic novels such as Sukia, Zora the Vampire, Stregoneria, Ulula, Vampirissimo and Wallenstein. We've gathered 28 of the works by this crazy man from Dangerous Minds.

1. The sex and horror images of Taglietti were generally the known characters of popular horror movies.

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3. Christopher Lee's Dracula Has Risen from the Grave, The Plague of the Zombies, and Creature from the Black Lagoon were among these movies.

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6. According to Horropedia, Taglietti had an obsession with the actress Ornella Muti. This may explain her resemblance with the Sukia character.

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8. Taglietti, born in Ferrara, Italy in 1943, was the son of a decorator who had worked with directors such as Michelangelo Antonioni.

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11. His father was always taking young Taglietti to movie sets. Thus, he had the chance to meet with the directors, actors, and the crew members.

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13. Taglietti, who had decided to follow in his father's footsteps, went to art school and trained in design.

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15. After his graduation, he registered at a movie school in Rome.

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17. He became a assistant director working with directors such as Federico Fellini and Dino Risi. But it was not enough for young Taglietti.

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19. In the 1970's he changed his career toward being an illustrator for popular sex and horror graphic novels.

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22. Taglietti signed a contract with Edifumetto; he worked on design and cover images.

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25. His style was inspired by Frank Frazetta and Averardo Ciriello.

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26. In the 1980's, when the graphic novels were not as popular as before, Taglietti focused on art and education.

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28. He retired in 2000 but continued to draw. His book Sex and Horror, a must-see, was published in 2015.

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