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The Little Big Penis Book will delight even the most hardened aficionado of the male member. Celebrate the rampant hardware of 150 models from the 1940s to the ’90s, including photos by Bob Mizer, David Hurles, and Rip Colt.
The Little Big Penis book
Discover the full range of Tom’s talent, from sexual pleasure to tender expressions of love and haunting tributes and young men struck down by AIDS. Includes a scholarly analysis of individual drawings by art historian Edward Lucie-Smith.
Tom of Finland XXL
Jump into the world of Mert and Marcus, the creatives who styled and shot some of the most powerful brands and personalities of our time. Sourced from best-selling Collector’s Editions, some 300 pictures illuminate the repertoire of a creative partnership
Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
Featuring more than 150 images of the biggest and best rears from The Big Book of Butt, including 30 new mouth-watering images, it’s one irresistible ode to voluptuous curves from the 1950s to today.
The Little Big Butt Book
Within this modest cover awaits a wealth of soft, natural, superlative breasts. Compiled from the original 398-page edition of The Little Big Book of Breasts as well as subsequent Big Breast Calendars for 40% new content.
As photographer on the sets of The Godfather trilogy, Steve Schapiro witnessed actors giving some of their most memorable performances. This book gathers over 300 of Schapiro’s photographs to take us behind the scenes of this cinematic saga.
Frida Kahlo transcended history like no artist before her. She was a key figure of Mexican revolutionary art and a pioneer of gender, sexuality, and feminism. This book combines all of Kahlo’s paintings with photos, letters, and an illustrated biography.
Charles and Ray Eames were transformative forces in design history: through furniture, photography, architecture, and textile design, the husband and wife defined a multifunctional modernity. Discover their repertoire and its impact on American living.
America of the 1960s exuded optimism and a bright economic future. Advertisers seduced Americans to indulge in a giant consumer binge. This collection of ads features stars such as Sean Connery, Woody Allen, Salvador Dalí, and Sammy Davis Jr.
Gustave Courbet got it right in 1866 when he painted a voluptuous woman’s vagina and titled it L’Origine du monde. Now you can carry 150 of the best right in your back pocket.
The Little Big Book of Pussy
Explore the compositions of the male nude from anonymous 19th century erotica to contemporary work from David Hockney and Duane Michaels. Highlights include illustrations from Physique Pictorial, the leading organ of the mid-50s gay scene.
The Male Nude
In The Big Penis Book we explore the centuries-old fascination with the large phallus, common to men and women alike. This hefty book is illustrated with over 400 historic photos of spectacular male endowments, including rare photos of John Holmes.
The Big Penis Book
Bright colors and bold prints abound in this tribute to Pucci. Full of archival photos, sketches, and designs, this updated XL edition captures Pucci’s elegance and innovation. Each book is bound with an original print fabric from Emilio Pucci’s collectio
As television and media began to compete for advertising dollars, new ideas were incorporated into a post-hippie world where disco clashed with punk, and social consciousness, health and environmental awareness went head-to-head with the Me Generation.
Dive into phenomena of mid-century America. In this edition, urban archaeologist Sven Kirsten takes us on a journey through Tiki history, from the first Pacific island exploration to Hollywood jungle fantasies and elaborate temples built to celebrate Tiki
The emergence of the digital world signaled a looming change in the advertising industry. With cell phones just around the corner, advertisers were still devoting dollars to one of the most flamboyant and prosperous decades of the 20th century.
This collection brings together over 300 photographs of Elvis from the legendary portfolio of Alfred Wertheimer. Extraordinary in their intimacy and unparalleled in scope, these pictures immortalize a young man in the very process of making history.
1950s ads covering just about anything the dollar could buy, from Las Vegas to cigarettes as healthy enhancers. These colorful ads provide an evocative record of everyday American life when McCarthyism was rife and capitalism was king.
Revisit the 1990s through advertising gems that sold Generation X and baby boomers everything from Game Boys to Boyz II Men. Featuring six chapters on food, fashion, entertainment, and cars.
This introduction to Andy Warhol presents his prolific and radical oeuvre and its relentless interrogation of consumerism, materialism, and the role of the artist. The title includes 100 images of Warhol’s work in top-quality reproductions.
As vibrant as her unique visual language, this monograph presents the work of Beatriz Milhazes, the Brazilian painter who fuses modernist abstraction with the colors and light of her native country.
Over 150 of the greatest legs of the 20th Century are here, shot by Irving Klaw, Bunny Yeager and Elmer Batters. Silk stockings, high heels, curvy calves, taut thighs, playful toes – and no troublesome text – could leg love get any sweeter?
The Little Big Book of Legs
Grief and dignity of the civil rights movement is evoked in this edition of James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time with photographs by Steve Schapiro. Baldwin’s account of the black experience and images offer poetic testimony to the struggles of America.