Humor, according to the third edition of the American Heritage Dictionary, is the ability to perceive, enjoy, or express what is amusing or comical. The figure in this sculpture is wearing sunglasses while standing precariously on a small base. He is attempting reach that hard-to-scratch place in the middle of his back, while simultaneously holding his penis with his other hand. These two actions attempt to draw a parallel between the act of trying satisfy one’s sexual urges with the act of trying to satisfy that itch you just can’t seem to reach.
“That Itch You Just Can’t Scratch” is presented in cast iron. The cast iron version is a unique one of a kind work.
The bronze casting will have the same high quality as the image shown above, though color tones, or patina, will be a French brown. The buyer is welcome to request an image of the sculpture with a French brown patina before shipment to insure satisfaction.
A more serious male erotica sculpture: “Looking For Love”