• Image of 'Vore'
  • Image of 'Vore'
  • Image of 'Vore'

The word vorarephilia is derived from the Latin vorare; to "swallow" or "devour", and Athencient Greek philía; "love".

Vorarephilia; often shortened to vore, is a sexual paraphilia in which people are aroused by the idea of being eaten, eating another person, or observing this process for sexual gratification. Since the behaviour is unlikely to actually be carried out by the vorarephiliac, the behaviour is more likely to be fantasy-based via different media, for example: fictional stories, fantasy art, fantasy videos, and bespoke video games.

Vorarephilia can sometimes co-exist with other fetishistic behaviour such as masochism; sexual arousal from receiving pain, hypoxyphilia; sexual arousal from suffocation and oxygen restriction, and ‘snuff’ fetishes ; sexual arousal from seeing someone die. Most of the fantasies of vorarephiles involve the person being the ones being eaten; the ‘prey’, although a few like to be the ‘pred’; taken from the word ‘predator’.

'Vore' is inspired by its beautiful baby head which is served upon an array of silver serving platters.

Dimensions: H 216cm x W 36cm x D 32cm

Mixed Media:
Vintage Composition Doll,
Vintage Horner 'Boy Blue' Toffee Tin
Victorian Torchere (former Four poster bed post),
Vintage Savarin Mould,
Vintage Large Silver Plate Platter,
Vintage Small Silver Plate Platter,
Vintage Silver Plate Sweet Bowls,
4 x 15W Coloured Bayonet Cap Golf Ball Lamps,
Old English Antique Brass Bayonet Cap Lamp holders,
3 Core Dark Brown Silk Covered Flexible Cable,
Junction Box,
Tough Plug fitted with a 3 Amp Fuse,
Threaded Bar,
Various Nuts, Bolts, and Washers ,
PAT Tested.

Please be advised:

Though these assemblage sculptures contain vintage doll components that may have once been played with by children, this piece is not a toy to be played with.

As with all bulbs, they get hot! I use low 15 wattage bulbs on each piece but the bulbs still shed heat, so be advised to display your piece in a suitable location.

Overseas Enquiries:

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Also note - as these sculptures operate on UK voltage (220-240 V 50 Hz) you will need a voltage converter to use them overseas.

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