I have a confession to make.
I can’t remember when I first saw the work of Sardax!
I am guessing it was some time in the early 1990s in Zeitgeist magazine.
In one way it is very strange that I can’t remember exactly when I first saw his work considering the impact his art has had on my psyche over the years. There again, maybe the effect of seeing those images was so immediate and spoke to me at such a deep level it became difficult to envisage a time when they were not part of my life.
I can’t think now of a time when these images did not haunt me, did not fuel my fantasies or were not such a reference point. I am sure a lot of slaves at some point have felt that the inside of their head was like a Sardax illustration…or maybe it is just me!
That feeling of total submission, where any other identity apart from that of slave simply vanishes, when you become a thing, an object to be used …that overwhelming and desperate desire to be used and to sublimate yourself to the will of your mistress and her friends…or as I say, maybe it is just me!
Prior to entering into Madame Catarina’s ownership and slavery these feelings seemed to be the stuff of fantasy or briefly glimpsed emotions at the height of a session. These feelings have now become my default setting since I became the property of Madame Catarina.
I would not say that the art of Sardax planted the seeds of slavery in my head, more that these wonderful pictures reached out to something within me and I identified with these amazing images of female dominated societies and male slavery. The art helped me recognize who and what I was. Imagine my delight to hear that Sardax has completed an artwork which features Madame Catarina that will be published at some point this month. That an artist who has inspired me since I took my very first steps on the road to slavery has created an image of my goddess Madame Catarina who has made those early fantasies of ownership and slavery a reality for me.
Hopefully I will be able to publish a copy of that illustration here at some point this month, hopefully with a few words from the great man himself, but before then I would urge readers to explore the work of Sardax at his website and on Twitter.
To view the art of Sardax in tandem with the wonderful images and movies featuring Madame Catarina on her websites is to glimpse in your mind’s eye one of may possible slave futures