Marquis de Sade — 100 Erotic Illustrations

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Publisher: Goliath
Size / Format: 14 x 21 cm / 5.5” x 8.5”
Pages / Seiten: 112
Images / Illustrations: 100
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In France at the end of the eighteenth century, Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade, hired an artist to illustrate his collected writings. This edition, published in 1797, contained 101 copper engravings with sex scenes, most of them of a sadomasochistic leaning. At the time, such “cochonneries” (obscenities) brought one directly into a dungeon. For this reason, most artists in the erotic genre remained anonymous, something which makes it difficult today to ascribe authorship.

The Marquis de Sade, born in Paris in 1740, a relative of the French royal family, is known to this day as perversion personified. He grew up in the care of an uncle, and became an officer in the carabineer regiment. After fighting in the Seven Years’ War, however, he radically changed his lifestyle, and the Marquis quickly squandered his entire fortune in gambling rooms and on mistresses. His parents then married him to a wealthy woman, but this did nothing to hold him back from various extramarital relationships.

De Sade associated with prostitutes, and is also said not only to have regularly compelled servants and maids to perform sexual acts, but – even worse at that time – also “blasphemous” acts. It was because of this lifestyle change, officially labelled “lewd”, that in 1765 he was imprisoned for the first time. Unrepentant, though, afterwards he continued to throw orgies. He did not always invite people to this orgies, instead at times taking advantage of his social position to force them to parti­cipate. In 1768 he was denounced for the serious abuse and whipping of a lady, but was able to avoid a trial by paying an indemnity.

Following this, two prostitutes made the allegation that De Sade had used an aphrodisiac to make them compliant for group sex and anal intercourse. This time the Marquis had to flee – he hastened away to Italy, taking his young sister-in-law with him. He was sentenced to death in his absence. In 1777 he returned to Paris and was arrested, though his death sentence was reduced to life imprisonment. It was during his incarceration that he wrote the most part of his works. Knowing how offensive his writings were to both the moral and religious norms of the times, he attempted not to draw attention to himself through high paper use, and wrote everything in tiny handwriting. In 1789, with the storming of the Bastille, De Sade was freed, but many of his writings were destroyed in the revolutionary turmoil.

As a noble person, De Sade was unwilling to adapt to the social changes of the revolution, and was incarcerated once again and for the second time sentenced to death. As a result of Robespierre’s fall in 1794, however, he escaped the guillotine, and finally came free from prison, only to be sent a short time later to a lunatic asylum because of his debts and a lawsuit. The diagnosis was “insanely obsessed with vice”. His death in 1814, at least, was “natural” by the standards of his time.

The Marquis de Sade’s writings have since experienced a great deal: they have been forbidden, burnt, banned, censored, and interpreted by notable psychologists and writers. This is not surprising since they are complex, contain shocking scenes between all genders, as well as humiliation, sodomy, incest and murder, hemmed with moral-philosophical discussions, anti-clericalism and justifications for (his) radical egoism. In the age of YouPorn, however, De Sade’s scandalous writings are far below the arousal threshold that their image would lead us to assume.

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Eric Fischl — If Art Could Talk

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2018
English
128 pages
Hardcover, 20 × 25.5 cm
ISBN: 9788867493326

Texts by Peter Doroshenko, Eric Fischl

“I am one of the first generation artists who grew up in the suburbs. We grew up, post-WWII, in an ascendant America in which the suburbs was its utopian manifestation. We came into our art maturity painfully aware of the disconnection between what was promised and what was delivered.”
—Eric Fischl

Eric Fischl (New York, 1948) is one of only a handful of contemporary painters who regularly, though by no means exclusively, employs sourced images, culled from the internet, newspapers, and magazines, to inform his paintings. The artist then adds his own photographs and blends a final ensemble of information and storytelling. No kings or generals or momentous battles move across Fischl’s canvases, and most of his subjects are quotidian rather than grandiose—suburban bourgeois families, art world mongers and awkward social interactions. In his works, communication is nonexistent and boredom is pervasive. The book, published on the occasion of a solo show held at Dallas Contemporary museum, includes more than 120 painting reproductions and a conversation between Eric Fischl and Peter Doroshenko.

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Natural & Naked — Girls Uncensored

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Photographer: Mikhail Paramonov

Bright beauties with long legs, firm breasts and soft skin. Natural, young and sexy, just as nature created her. Naked, free and without shame, girls eagerly display their hottest assets to the viewer.

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN: 978-3-95730-034-8
Size / Format: 14 x 21 cm / 5.5” x 8.5”
Pages / Seiten: 288
Images / Fotos: 300
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Mikhail Paramonov

Mikhail Paramonov was born in 1975 in St. Petersburg, Russia. He studied art at the Theatric Academy in St. Petersburg and began concentrating on erotic photo­graphy in 2002. He has a love for the natural beauty of women: a fresh, flawless and perfectly immaculate look. Paramonov’s images have great diversity ranging from beautiful outdoor shots to glamorous compositions taken in romantic interiors to classic studio photography. His work has been featured in several magazines and books.

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2017 – Bráulio Amado
210 x 280 mm, 272 pages
Soft cover
Introductory texts by Luke Hayman (Pentagram)
Published March 2018
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ISBN 978-989-54013-7-6

Stolen Books

Paula Scher – Works

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Editors: Tony Brook & Adrian Shaughnessy
Design: Spin

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‘Paula Scher is the most influential woman graphic designer on the planet’
Ellen Lupton
Abstract: The Art of Design, Netflix

This monograph covers Paula’s early days in the music industry as an art director with CBS and Atlantic records; the launch of her first studio, Koppel & Scher; and her 25-year engagement with Pentagram.

It also provides an up-to-date look at Paula’s idiosyncratic hand-painted maps, part of her prolific artistic practice that complements her still-growing graphic legacy.

The book also a visual record of contemporary New York’s urban fabric, indelibly transformed by the designer’s innovative approach to environmental graphics and identity design: from MoMA to Charter Schools; from the High Line to Shake Shack.

Her logos for global corporations and cultural institutions have cemented her reputation as a giant of identity design.

A large section of the book is devoted to the designer’s socially and politically motivated posters, New York Times Op-Ed illustrations and campaign work.

In a long interview, Paula’s frank and open words lay bare the reality of design culture in the USA. The 326-page book is designed by Spin, under the creative direction of Tony Brook.

Paula Scher, the ‘accidental postmodernist,’ has come to be seen as an emblem of American design: a ‘master conjurer of the instantly familiar.’ (ted.com)

Size: 203mm×258mm
Pages: 326
Print: Four colour litho
Cover: Foiled with inside flaps
ISBN: 978-0-9956664-7-4

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Kinky Lingerie Girls — Holly Randall

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Holly Randall

Some say that erotism is the art of packaging. American erotic photographer Holly Randall continues to demonstrate how particularly exciting unwrapping can be in Kinky Lingerie Girls. She stages the most stunning lingerie supermodels in breathtaking poses, giving them an intense, classy and incredibly sexy look. Whether evanescent in delicate laces or tough and wicked in SM outfits — her work is seduction on a world-class-level.

There are reasons why Holly Randall, born 1978, is considered “the World´s Best Erotic Glamour Photographer”. Her work is pure quality, shows superior craftsmanship and attention to detail. She knows just what it takes to seduce her audience with style.

Holly Randall was endowed with this talent. Her mother is a well-known erotic photographer, too. Holly grew up in Los Angeles. As a child she competitively rode horses until she found her passion in photography and literature. She graduated from UCLA with a BA in World Literature. Her breakthrough as a photographer came when she was a twenty-year-old student, helping out at her parents business. The acquaintance of some models encouraged her to start shooting them herself. Since that time her work has graced the covers of every major American adult magazine, such as Playboy, Hustler and Taboo. She also directs adult movies. Holly Randall is among the most renowned representatives of the classical American adult photography.

Kinky Lingerie Girls is her third publication with Goliath.

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN: 978-3-95730-006-5
208 pages
260 photographs
Size: 5.5” x 8.5” – 14,5 x 21,5 cm
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Goliath

Young Nylon Beauties – Mark Novak

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No Rules

There are no fixed rules for good nude photos, either they are hot or they’re not. The models featured in Young Nylon Beauties are very hot and they wear almost nothing but sexy legwear. Photographer Mark Novak is notorious for calling a spade a spade, without any false modesty. He shoots gorgeous, leggy models in the usual way, from the front, from behind, from above, below and in between – no detail is left out, nothing escapes his camera. This very amateurism intensifies the natural charm of his photo-graphs. For whom it looks to be too much should watch a Bob Ross pain- ting video from the eighties instead (not bad either!).

It takes only one look at these hot girls to make their nylon stockings a secondary issue. A must-have for every fan of naughty photo fantasies with young and sexy girls!

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN 13: 978-3-95730-002-7
Size/Format: 5.5″ x 8.5″ / 14,5 x 21,5 cm
336 Pages / Seiten
400 Photos / Fotos
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Goliath Books

Herb Lubalin: Typographer – Unit Editions

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Editors: Adrian Shaughnessy & Tony Brook
Consultant Editor: Alexander Tochilovsky
Design: Spin

Edition of 2000

“This book, published by the London-based design publisher Unit Editions, focuses solely on [Lubalin’s] style of typography design, which Lubalin described both as “graphic expressionism” and “conceptual typography.” It also features lots of lovely spreads from the radical Ginzburg magazines, all of which have gone down in graphic design history.”

Fast Co Design

Herb Lubalin claimed not to be a great typographer. ‘In fact,’ he said, ‘I’m terrible, because I don’t follow the rules.’ This new book proves the opposite. On every page it features Lubalin’s typographic genius (logos, layouts, lettering and typefaces), and places him at the forefront of 20th century typographic innovation.

He even had names for what he did: he described it as ‘graphic expressionism’ or ‘conceptual typography’. Using his ability to adapt, merge and create new typographic forms, he was able to enhance and amplify meaning in ways that hadn’t been seen before.

Having published two books celebrating the genius of Herb Lubalin as a graphic designer working in many spheres, this new volume concentrates solely on Lubalin’s typography.

It comes with new texts, new design, new photography, and lots of previously unpublished material – and with a price tag that makes it accessible to a wide audience.

Size: 245mm×165mm
Pages: 208
Binding: Lay-flat bound
Special Features: Two paper stocks
ISBN 978-0-9932316-5-0

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Octavo Redux – Unit Editions

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Editors: Hamish Muir and Mark Holt
Designers: Hamish Muir and Mark Holt
Edition: 740

The eight issues of Octavo, journal of typography, published in the 1980s and 90s, have acquired cult status. Copies sell for exorbitant prices and only rarely become available. If you want to find back issues, be prepared to pay big money. But it’s now possible to ‘own’ all eight issues and to enjoy them at actual size in a brand-new Kickstarter-funded 384pp book – Octavo Redux.

The book has been designed and edited by two of Octavo’s original designers and editors – Hamish Muir and Mark Holt. And, as with the journals themselves, the book uses high-end production techniques to faithfully reproduce the original publications. To quote the editors: ‘Octavo Redux is as close as you can get to the originals without holding them in your hands.’

The book also documents covers and spreads from the full-scale working prototypes made by 8vo during the design process for each issue of Octavo. Subscription cards and subscription card mock-ups are shown at full-scale. The notorious eighth issue of Octavo (the ‘interactive’ CD-ROM) is also documented, including its packaging, as well as the content itself through a selection of actual-size screenshots (640×480 pixels).

The pre-desktop computer production processes employed in the early issues of Octavo, are documented by showing selected type specifications and proof mark-ups for in-position page-make-up typesetting systems. These often resulted in long ‘discussions’ with the typesetters, conducted via bike messengers, red pen, highlight markers and Tipp-Ex. Through extensive captions and annotations, the book shines a light on this now lost practice of visual engineering – where maths mattered.

Spreads of the printed issues are created from high resolution RGB photography – one image capture per page – made from the original untrimmed press sheets. This allows perfectly flat, squared-up montages of left and right pages to be brought together as spreads in the lay-flat binding used in the production of Octavo Redux.

In the spirit of Octavo, there are many production surprises in store for the reader of Octavo Redux. In addition to the wide gamut repro, which better represents the true colours of the original issues than everyday CMYK, two special inks are used in the book – metallic gold, and in the uncoated sections of the book, a soft neon yellow.

Other material considerations include foil blocking on reflective mirror paper, for the hard cover and end papers, and the books come wrapped in a translucent self-coloured trace jacket, in keeping with the original issues of Octavo.

As Caroline Roberts, in her book Graphic Design Visionaries, has noted: ‘Named after an abbreviation of the book-production term ‘octavo’, 8vo saw themselves as outsiders; they were intense, outspoken and did not identify or engage with the design community. They were pragmatists, obsessed with detail, believing that expression should be a result of the design process, not the motivation for it.’

Although 8vo disbanded in July 2001, Muir and Holt have reunited to design and edit Octavo Redux. They have applied all the ingenuity and close attention to detail that went into the journal to the design and production of this book.

Size: 315mm×240 mm
Pages: 384
Colours: 4/4 Kaleido plus 2 special colours
Binding: Hardback, thread sewn
Special features: Translucent jacket, mirror paper cover and end papers, two paper stocks

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Grandmaster Mind – Amaury Hamon

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Amaury Hamon

Fascinated by the age of externalization of memory we live in, I inquired about its antagonist: the Art of Memory. Grandmaster Mind is an initiatory journey through mnemonic techniques. From beginner to Grandmaster, the book travels through the re-encoding of mundane datas (lists, numbers…) into memorable visual narratives.

The design is built on the duality between data and its mental projection. The digital aesthetic acts as a personal database of pre-existing memories and knowledge—a key to visualize to-be-remembered informations.

Supervised by Gilles Gavillet and Diego Bontognali
Printed at ECAL, June 2017
Softcover. 360 p. 215×300 mm

Amaury Hamon

Naked Fashion Girls by Mike Dowson

Naked Fashion Girls
Mike Dowson

They are young, sexy and confident – the Naked Fashion Girls strut their stuff. The British photographer Mike Dowson features pretty fashion models in appealing images that really capture the luscious sensation of the moment. Inviting glances and nonchalant poses, innocent, sexy and yet provocative.

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN: 978-3-95730-001-0

Size/Format: 5.5″ x 8.5″ / 14,5 x 21,5 cm
128 Pages / Seiten
Hardcover

English, German, Français, Español, Italiano

US$ 34.95 – £ 22.99 – Euro 24,90

Gonzalo Lebrija – As Time Goes By

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The work of renowned Guadalajaran artist Gonzalo Lebrija addresses notions of power, bureaucracy and hypocrisy in Mexican society and, by association, the Western world.

Creating photographs and installations imbued with both humour and a probing insistence to unveil the faults of seemingly unfaltering political structures, Lebrija invites us to observe Armani-clad businessmen riding bulls, or lawyers participating in a paper-aeroplane competition from Guadalajara’s tallest office block. By undermining steadfast political and business hierarchies, Lebrija questions the true pecking order of modern society.

In his first major monograph, 80 full-colour illustrations of the artist’s multifarious work sit alongside texts by poets, artists and architects specially commissioned by Lebrija.

176pp + 4 gatefolds
280 x 210 mm (11 x 8 inches)
Softback
100+ colour illustrations
Text curated by Gonzalo Lebrija
Published by Other Criteria
ISBN 978-1-904212-66-9 (ENG)
ISBN 978 1-906967-34-5 (SPN)

Sexy Lingerie Girls – Tammy Sands

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By Tammy Sands

Hotter than hot! Breathtaking beauties strip naked! No matter your preference, whether see-through bras, lace corsages, alluring nylons or revealing thongs – these naughty girls will drop their sexy lingerie faster than a speeding bullet!

Publisher: Goliath
ISBN: 978-3-936709-53-7

Size/Format: 5.5 x 8.5 – 14,5 x 21,5 cm
400 High Quality Photographs
240 pages
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Goliath Books

Fabrizio Carbone – 7 W 84th Street, NYC 1972

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7 W 84th Street — NYC 1972
Fabrizio Carbone

Fabrizio Carbone (1942) è un giornalista, scrittore e pittore italiano. 7W 84TH STREET NYC 1972, ideato da Michele Manfellotto, è il suo primo volume monografico composto interamente da fotografie inedite. Le fotografie sono il frutto della sua esperienza americana durante la quale è inviato negli stati uniti per il Resto del Carlino e risalgono al 1972 anno in cui Carbone si licenzierà per via dell’appoggio da parte della testata a i bombardamenti su Hanoi. Ma non è tutto, come scrive lo stesso Carbone: “La storia della mia vicenda americana è legata a Ellen Burke. La prima volta che andai negli Stati Uniti fu con lei, nel 1970. Eravamo sposati da poco e i suoi genitori ci invitarono per una vacanza..”, nella New York di Carbone infatti c’è tutto questo: i suoi affetti, l’America vista da un’italiano comunista immerso nel suo fascino e allo stesso tempo forte delle sue critiche. Pagina dopo pagina è un susseguirsi di istanti, di scene, di fotografie che si accalcano fragili, alcune quasi uguali tra loro: questo libro è prima di tutto una bozza, una sequela di appunti visuali (che poi in parte diverranno anche disegni). Impera la delicatezza, la visione fluida e libera del non fotografo; ogni passo sulle strade e l’immagine che ogni volta ne deriva è parte di qualcosa di più grande, frutto di una sensibilità complessa, un sentire che non si traduce nella forza di ogni singola immagine ma nella profondità del disegno generale, un mosaico delicato, umano, esplorativo.

22x32cm
194 pages
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Yard Press

Yves Saint Laurent Accessories

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An exclusive homage to – and retrospective of – the iconic fashion designer’s couture accessories.

Format: Hardback
Size: 246 x 189 mm (9 3/4 x 7 1/2 in)
Pages: 432 pp
Illustrations: 300 illustrations
ISBN: 9780714874715

‘One can never overstate the importance of accessories. They are what turns a dress into something else. I like dresses to be sober and accessories to be wild’, Yves Saint Laurent, 1977.

Yves Saint Laurent Accessories is the first book to date to shed light on the breathtaking accessories created by one of the most influential fashion designers of all time. From his first collection in 1962 to his acclaimed final presentation in 2002, Yves Saint Laurent created exquisite jewellery, hats, shoes, and handbags to complement and enhance each of his couture creations. Beautifully designed, in a small format evocative of a jewellery box, the book offers an unprecedented glimpse into the highly confidential archives of The Yves Saint Laurent Foundation in Paris, which is home to over 20,000 remarkable accessories. The book features specially commissioned photography of the accessories alongside a treasure trove of rare materials including preparatory sketches, intimate portraits of Saint Laurent at work, behind-the-scenes snapshots of models, catwalk photographs, and advertising campaigns. Yves Saint Laurent Accessories introduces readers to a prominent yet rarely seen side of Saint Laurent’s art, leading them backstage and through the history of a house that helped to shape the course of fashion.

Phaidon Books