The Big Book of Breasts

The Big Book of Breasts Say no to silicone The greatest natural breasts of our times Some call it the American obsession but men everywhere recognize the hypnotic allure of a large and shapely breast In The Big Book of Brea

  • Title: The Big Book of Breasts
  • Author: Dian Hanson
  • ISBN: 9783822833032
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Say no to silicone The greatest natural breasts of our times Some call it the American obsession, but men everywhere recognize the hypnotic allure of a large and shapely breast In The Big Book of Breasts, Dian Hanson explores the origins of mammary madness through three decades of natural big breasted nudes Starting with the World War II Bosom Mania that spawned Russ MeSay no to silicone The greatest natural breasts of our times Some call it the American obsession, but men everywhere recognize the hypnotic allure of a large and shapely breast In The Big Book of Breasts, Dian Hanson explores the origins of mammary madness through three decades of natural big breasted nudes Starting with the World War II Bosom Mania that spawned Russ Meyer, Howard Hughes s The Outlaw and Frederick s of Hollywood, Dian guides you over, around, and in between the dangerous curves of infamous models including Michelle Angelo, Candy Barr, Virginia Bell, Joan Brinkman, Lorraine Burnett, Lisa De Leeuw, Uschi Digard, Candye Kane, Jennie Lee, Sylvia McFarland, Margaret Middleton, Paula Page, June Palmer, Roberta Pedon, Rosina Revelle, Candy Samples, Tempest Storm, Linda West, June Wilkinson, Julie Wills, and dozens , including Guinness World Record holder Norma Stitz, possessor of the World s Largest Natural Breasts The 420 pages of this book contain the most beautiful and provocative black and white and color photos ever created of these iconic women, plus nine original interviews, including the first with Tempest Storm and Uschi Digard in over a decade, and the last with Candy Barr before her untimely death in 2005 In a world where silicone is now the norm, these spectacular real women stand as testament that nature knows best The editor Dian Hanson is a twenty five year veteran of men s magazine publishing She began her career at Puritan magazine in 1976 and went on to edit a variety of titles, including Partner, Oui, Hooker, Outlaw Biker, and Juggs magazines In 1987 she took over the 60s title Leg Show and transformed it into the world s best selling fetishpublication Most recently, she authored TASCHEN s Terryworld, Tom of Finland The Comic Collection and History of Men s Magazines six volume set.

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    1. A few things: 1) This is a Taschen book, so it is an art book. 2) As an artist, I must keep up to date on all things "art". 3) This book actually is educational. Really. 4) My wife bought it for me; she knows how much I love art.

    2. Oh, awesome. So my friend has this book in her house, and I "read" it (alright, more like viewed it there isn't much text and I skipped it anyway), whilst waiting for my turn in guitar hero. It's interesting enough that when it was my turn I was like "oh you can go again, I'm still looking at this". It is really cool, and I didn't know this before reading the description, but the book is all about natural big breasts. I didn't know this when I viewed it, so I was just like "WOW! Holy crap! Are [...]

    3. Boobies. Big, luscious, hanging, firm, plushy, ALL-NATURAL boobies. I just wanted to lay my head between all those lovely titties and fall asleep.Just so you know, this is more an art book than just a salacious collection of gratuitous nudity. Also, my wife bought this book. For her. But I read it first. Highly recommended!

    4. One of my guilty pleasures, this one. Bought for me as a Christmas present a few years back, it is a distracting tome, extolling the virtues of natural, unenhanced breasts. I understand the need for plastic surgery in certain circumstances - for reconstruction, or for severe psychological reasons - but in terms of aesthetics you cannot beat a pair of real, properly hanging, all natural breasts - whatever the size. Gravity defying, ridiculously zeppelinesque implants may as well be a pair of Melc [...]

    5. Ce livre <3 <3 <3 j'ai besoin de l'avoir. Les images sont fantastiques, les seins beaux, naturels, magnifiques.

    6. Wonderful book. Perhaps it should have been in the title that it focuses on the 1950s-60s-70s (something like 96% of the photos are from this period) but two of the models interviewed started in the 80s as far as I know. The photography is generally better than it would become in the 80s onward (I got a sense that the older photographers might have a broader interest in their craft), the interviews are good and there's some interesting things about adult magazines, films, burlesque and strip clu [...]

    7. This is an interesting book. Yes I'll admit to being a fancier of the curvier of the opposite sex but this book isn't only about looking at pin-ups in all their glory. You learn a lot about some of the women behind the picture and what their lives were, are and been. It's really quite beautiful in that respect. In someways it makes me a little sad that women don't get shown pictorially this way any more. It's a bit reflective of the problems of today. No women in magazines look this real anymore [...]

    8. Taschen makes the best art books. Period. Even the introductory text by Dian Hanson, on the evolution of breast-fixation in American men, is excellent. (Yes, I read it for the articles!)Oh, yeah, the pictures are really awesome too.

    9. I can't actually get this book for myself, so I'd better wait until my bf does something really really nice, and then I can get it for him. To look at when I'm done with it.On second thought, why wait? He's never going to do something all that nice anyway, right?

    10. Meh. Either I'm not a boob man or somebody managed to put together an entire book on breasts without a hint of eroticism.

    11. Simon bought me this book after seeing it somewhere in the chicago art museum. It is actually a huge book, as in it will not fit on a book shelf. If I had a coffee table, it would be on it.

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