Wanting to spice things up a little in the bedroom? Or explore more intimate experiences with your partner?
Well, The Folio Society is now releasing a new edition of the 2,000-year-old book, Kama Sutra, and it is being illustrated by award-winning LA-based female artist Victo Ngai.
The ‘vividly imagined’ version of the guide is thought to be more focused on female-pleasure, with only 750 limited copies being sold from this week for a hefty AU$695…
Victo is the first female to interpret the ancient text, with her body of work including illustrating the book jacket for famous author Neil Gamain.
She spoke with Femail about her work on Kama Sutra, revealing, "Examining the pieces now in hindsight, I believe I did subconsciously worked from a female-centric perspective.
"For example, many of the scenes are composed in a way that situates the viewers in the women's point of view, while the writing often reflects the patriarchal attitude of its time.
"Kama Sutra in its essence is a guidebook of achieving good Karma - love, sensual pleasure - which is one of the four purusarthas or goals in life.
"Sex is a big part in the book, but there's so much more to it than just intercourse positions, contrary to its portrayal in popular cultures.
"So instead of creating illustrations which are overtly sexual, I tried to walk the fine line of creating something that's tantalizing, yet thoughtful and elegant at the same time.”
Take a look at some of her work in the new edition, shared to Instagram.