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Bunny Yeager • Burlesque • contemporary Body art/tattoo
Bunny Yeager’s Beautiful Backsides.
Yeager. Uncovering the posteriors of Bunny’s top
models from the 1950s to the 1970s, this playful
and sexy collection features 213 images shot on
location at exotic beaches, fancy hotel rooms,
on yachts, and poolside. Bunny presents models
with assets of all sizes, shapes, and colors in
her signature poses and settings.
Size:81/2"x11"•213b/w images•144pp.
Bikini Girl Postcards by Bunny Yeager:
Shore Wish You Were Here!
Bunny Yea-
ger. Forty beautiful women cavort on the
beach for the 1950s most famous female
photographer, Bunny Yeager. Enjoy a bit of
beach, a spark of sunshine, and a nostalgic
romp with beauties of bygone days. Tear
these cards out and mail them to friends,
or frame them in any standard 5 x 7-inch frame.
New York Burlesque: Photographs by Roy
Roy Kemp. Roy Kemp's previously un-
published portfolio presents nearly forty dancers
performing in an authentic burlesque setting
in 1950s New York. This nostalgic collection
includes more than 200 never-before-seen black
and white photographs of well-known dancers,
including Tempest Storm and Princess Domay,
as well as dozens of other sultry performers
Striptease Artists of the 1950s.
Bunny Yea-
ger. Celebrity pin-up girl and photographer Bunny
Yeager explores images of top striptease artists
from the 1950s, including Dixie Evans, Blaze
Starr, Bonnie Bell, Michelle “Toots” L’Amour,
and Kitten DeVille, and Lana Loy.
It’s All That Glitters: Portraits of
Burlesque Performers in Their
Brian C. Janes. This book
features 104 portraits of burlesque
performers in the privacy of their own
homes. The author traveled over 14,000
miles across the United States to visit
with these performers, photograph
them in their homes, and ask them
what burlesque means to them. The
answers are as different as the performers’ stage personas.
Burlesque: Exotic Dancers of the 50s &
Judson Rosebush. 125 burlesque queens
and belly dancing stars from the 1950s and
1960s are portrayed in glossy “booking photos.”
These attention grabbing publicity shots include
Crystal Blue, Bella Dona, Marlo Brando, & Sunny
Day “The Butterfly Goddess.” The text provides
a brief history of Burlesque, the performers, and
the transition from 1950s burlesque to 1960s
go-go dancing. Size:81/2"x11"•14color&196
b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3667-6 •
Fan Letters To A Stripper: The Patti Waggin
Bob Brill. Readers come to know Patti
Waggin, a talented strip artist of the 1940s
and 1950s, through letters sent by her fans and
over 280 photos of her on stage and at home.
Paper ephemera associated with her dynamic
career accompany heartfelt letters that also
reveal her marriage in the 1950s to baseball
player Don Rudolph.
The Queens of Burlesque: Vintage Pho-
tographs from the 1940s and 1950s.
Rothe. In period photographs, the timeless
beauty of those exotic women of burlesque who
titillated, teased, and sometimes tortured their
audiences is captured and celebrated. These
memorable images make it clear that, when it
comes to a beautiful body and a gorgeous face,
tastes change very little. Its rich, nostalgic view
of a bygone era in American entertainment will
please everyone, men and women alike.
The Bare Truth: Stars of Burlesque from
the ’40s and ’50s.
Len Rothe. Len Rothe has
again pulled from his collection of original pho-
tographs of entertainers this delightful selection
of over 100 images of Burlesque stars. Together
with a revealing text that introduces burlesque
to today’s new audience, these photographs
retain the surprise and teasing elements that
endeared the dancers on stage in the heydays
of burlesque shows.
Size:81/2"x11"•100b/wphotos•112pp. ISBN:
contemporary body art/tattoo
War Paint: Tattoo Culture & the
Armed Forces.
Kyle Cassidy. Thou-
sands of service men and women have
commemorated their military service
through tattoos, a custom as old as war
paint itself, that are often as complex
and varied as their individual military
experiences. Veterans from WWII to
current day wars share their tattoos
-- fresh, faded, sometimes intertwined
with wounds -- and the stories behind them.
Size:11"x81/2"•159 images•176pp.
Hemingson. Here are the final results of The Tattoo
of styles who shot portraits of 100 heavily tattooed
individuals. This volume features more than 200
images and truly reflects not only who the subjects
are, but who the photographers are as well. From
differingapproachesto lighting,mood,andcolorto
The 32 internationally acclaimed tattoo artists
in this collection have dedicated their skills to
developing the art of tattoo, across multiple art
mediums, utilizing an array of art movements,
techniques and styles. More than 350 images,
including artist portraits and varied examples of
their work, make this book essential for lovers
of tattoo and art alike.
TattooIsMe 2.
Chris Coppola, Frédéric Claquin,
& Kitiza. With this second volume of Tattoo-
isme, the frontiers of tattoo art are revisited to
explore the creative drifts that spring from the
imagination, and the artistic capacities of the
creative individuals you will find in these pages.
The 32 artists participating in this artbook
offer a unique journey and a fresh look at the
worldwide tattoo art revolution.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 348 color images • 176 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4724-5 • hard cover • $39.99
The Modern Masters of Tattooing: Ex-
clusive interviews with a few of the best
tattoo artists of the new generation from
around the world.
Ákos Bánfalvi. Ákos Bánfalvi
introduces readers to today's most talented tattoo
artists from around the globe. Learn the personal
stories of these 25 artists while gaining a sense
of design styles and trends in the industry. The
book includes more than 1,500 images.
Size: 9" x 12" • 1173 photos • 280 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-4732-0 • hard cover • $60.00
It Is What It Is: Tattooing the Brook-
lyn Way.
Peter Caruso. This book traces
the evolution of the Brooklyn tattooing
scene's iconographic status. Peter Caruso
visits over a dozen owners, artists, and
customers, relating Brooklyn's 20th-cen-
tury tattoo history through biographies of
gritty, no-nonsense tattoo artists. Here,
they get the attention they deserve as they
focus on events that shaped their craft
and style and what inspired them, as teenagers, to follow the path of this
often thankless profession in New York's toughest borough.
Inside the Tattoo Circus: A Journey
through the Modern World of Tattoos.
Kristian Misser. The best work of 97 international
tattoo artists in words and images. Over 560
color images depict tribal themes, women,
botanicals, animals, portraits, horror, organic,
Japanese, and religion and mythology, and
futurism. In addition tattoo-related art, shops,
conventions, magazines and the internet are
discussed. The contributors represent the U.S.,
Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia.
Under My Skin.
John Wyatt. Beautiful
photography reveals tattooed people and
the evolution of their body art. The text tells
their candid stories.
Ink in the Hood: Tattoos for Darker Skin.
Randy Dragon Holder. 380 striking color photos
display tattoo colors and designs most effective
for use on dark skin. The text recounts expe-
riences that led an artist involved in tattooing
since the 1960s to discover techniques and
applications that produce effective, clear tattoos
on dark skin. This book also displays hundreds of
tattoopatterns that theartisthasdeterminedbest
reflect the culture and community of his clients.
Japanese Style Tattoo Art: Revisiting
Traditional Themes.
Rodrigo Melo. Explore
the art of Rodrigo Melo’s Japanese-style tattoos
through more than 150 lush studio photographs
of bodysuits, rib pieces, back pieces, and sleeves
featuring traditional themes and imagery. See
peonies, koi, tigers, dragons, and characters
from Buddhist mythology presented in au-
thentic form and color but with some modern
techniques and stylings, like the use of angry
black to increase contrast.
Ink & Steel: The BodyModification Photog-
raphy of Efrain John Gonzalez.
Efrain John
Gonzalez & Judson Rosebush. These portraits
of pierced, tattooed, and heavily body-modified
people are a celebration by photographer Efrain
John Gonzalez. As an artist, Gonzalez captures
the spirit of the special individuals in this colorful
book, as well as the richness of their fantastic
and radical transformations. This collection is
quite unlike anything else you will encounter.
Tattooing from Japan to the West: Hor-
itaka Interviews Contemporary Artists.
Takahiro Kitamura. Meet 26 top artists, including
living legends like Don Ed Hardy, Doc Forest,
Horiyoshi III, Paul Jeffries, Bob Roberts, andMike
Malone, Freddy Corbin, Theo Jak, Grime, Scott
Sylvia, Chris Garver, and Horitomo.
ISBN:0-7643-2123-4 •softcover•$29.95
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