My Favourite Model Hardcover – 7 Feb 2008
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The book is an excellent size, with 4-5 pages for each girl, most of the photographs are tasteful or very artful, I would say there were only a handful of images that didn't appeal to my aethstetic and I would expect to find in a top shelf magazine.
The couple of gripes I have are why are there dotty flowers on the first image of every girl? It sort of ruins it abit and there are a few spelling mistakes in the Q & A of the girls, there isn't a lot of writing in this book so there really is no excuse.
Overall I am pleased to own this book and it provides me with inspiration and general appreciation for photography and art.
Each model is the focus of an individual chapter of exquisite pictures. And she is allowed to express herself through a simple, Playboyesque list of questions such as "Where do you Live?", "How did you become a Model?", "Turn-Ons and Turn-Offs?", "Democrat or Republican?", etc. As with the photographers, there is a diverse assemblage of women here, all of whom are amazingly beautiful and some that are very well known in their own right, like Liz Ashley, Sativa Verte, and Carlotta Champagne to mention a few.
The production quality of the book itself is magnificent. And it's 320 pages gives it the feel of a massive, erotic textbook of sorts. This is a delightful collection of nudes and insights that all will enjoy.
One of my favorite series in the book is the cool damp blue-toned shots of Michaela by Richard Murrien. I also like the rough and tumble look of Zamra by Josef Botello, the gothic fetish cuteness of Valeria by Emma Delves-Broughton, and the dark vintage fetish elegance of Eden by Sabine Schoenberger. The only model to be featured by more than one photographer in the book is altmodel Ulorin Vex (Bizarre , SuicideGirls, Nena Blue by Katja Ehrhardt and by Russell Coleman. Other alt notables include Justine Joli (BlueBlood, StaggStreet) by Nathan Strausse, Dragonlilly (UltimateSurrender) by Octavio Arizala (Vivid-Alt), Kumi (BlueBlood) by Eric Martin, Roxy DeVille (BlueBlood, Vivid-Alt, BurningAngel's HeavyMetalPussyParty) by Sexkicks, Lorraine Sisco (BlueBlood) by Christine Kessler (GodsGirls, BlueBlood), Ivy Red (BlueBlood, Hogtied, MenInPain, WaterBondage, WhippedAss) by Aaron Hawks, original alternative fetish pinup queen Julie Strain by Renard F. Garr, and Bob Coulter (CrazyBabe) shooting Nadia Nitro.
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The Hikari Kesho set of Karia and friend, featuring mistress and sub play while also slightly mocking it is to be commended as well. Emma Delves-Broughton brings us Valeria, who is, I believe, on the cover of her book Kinky Couture, but here she's also in a cute little blue latex waitress outfit on roller skates, transforming herself into some kind of kinky waitress on wheels. Katja Ehrhardt's photos of the striking Ulorin Vex, with a different hair color in each as she models a black latex headdress and gloves, are arresting in their boldness. They're followed by the lightheartedness of Happy Naked Girls photographer Andrew Einhorn showing off Lorina, a pretty but somewhat plain girl who's holding a camera of her own.
This book features some models who look like typical California blonde beach babes worthy of pinup calendars, to others who'd be perfectly at home in the dirtiest of dungeons. The short interviews with each model give a little glimpse into their personalities, and their websites so we can go ogle more photos; I certainly plan to. What's also wonderful about this collection is that one has the sense that the models are equal participants in the shoots. They stare back boldly, sometimes defiantly. They take up space, and truly pose, instead of just staring back at the camera and waiting for the person behind the lens to work their magic. While this book is meant to, and does, showcase some of the best erotic photographers in the world, it also highlights the importance of the models, who are clearly making statements of their own via their clothing (or lack of it), piercings, hair, and body language. This is a book I plan to revisit often.