In the popular comic tradition, eroticism has a privileged place. Adalton Fernandes Lopes is one of the authors who dealt with the theme, with an amusing production in ceramics. His works, which at first sight invite laughter, remind us that human life is made of cycles. As we are part of nature, we are linked to the birth, growth, and death movements of all things that are alive. In his modeling, nothing is immobilized and death itself is reconnected tofertility, in the same manner as the medieval popular cosmogonics and European renaissance. Highlighting the importance of the body and sexuality, his creations remind us that life is dynamism, fecundity and that the new arises from what necessarily dies.