Omphalos is KIM Jung Gi’s 2015 sketchbook.

If you are under 98 years old, if you are shocked by completely insane drawings and if you didn’t fill in the 12 carbon copies of the A583829 European Community form permitting access, please go away. Otherwise, you can read further 🙂

So, what is Omphalos ?

Omphalos is a compilation of the best erotic drawings produced by KJG in the last few years. Comic pages, illustrations, doodles … every type of illustration has been included! Even better: once the compilation of unedited sketches was ready, we decided to include some content from KJG’s past work as bonus material.

Bottom line:  250 pages of new illustrations + 70 more pages of his best previous ‘explicit’ stuff.  The artistic mind of Kim Jung Gi is without comparison and his ability to depict an entire scenario in phenomenal detail and exquisite precision is reflected in every sketch.


The book itself is a great object, I dare to say a REALLY GREAT object! The cover is made of high quality leatherette and feels great in your hands. The inner pages are 120 g/m², thicker than the paper used in previous books (the thickness of the book is exactly the same as the 2013 sketchbook which has more than 500 pages).

Of course, the book comes with a cardboard box for storage and protection, as all KJG sketchbooks do.

Omphalos blanc


  • 336 pages
  • Size:  29 x 23 x 3.7 cm (11” x 8.5”)
  • Paper: 120 g/m² of “ultra high quality rendez-vous paper” (yeah, that’s the name of it !)
  • Leatherette cover
  • ISBN: 978-89-959732-4-0
  • Price: 99 €



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6 Comments on Omphalos

  • romain says:
    18/09/2015 at 10 h 37 min

    Très beau recueil, accompagné de petit goodies! Attends avec impatience de rencontrer un jours ce génie du dessin.


  • ege says:
    09/10/2015 at 17 h 12 min

    this is great but i wish he was creating a book where he teaches his techniques


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      12/10/2015 at 15 h 43 min

      Ahah, me too 🙂
      But that’s something we have talked about quite a few time, so, you never know, one day may come 🙂


    • bernie mac says:
      15/11/2015 at 2 h 58 min

      You don’t need a book for him to teach you his technique he already demonstrates that. In his interviews he says it all about practice, practice and more practice. Learning anatomy, shapes, lighting and perspective also helps. If you want to learn his style just simply copy his drawings … Kim is awesome though 😀


  • riveteye says:
    15/10/2015 at 16 h 15 min

    Jeez, time to contact my Romanian friend about selling that kidney he always talked about. It’s not like I need it more than this book.


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      04/11/2015 at 12 h 04 min

      Ahaha 🙂 You’re bad ^^


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