AYALAH, D. & ISAAC J. WEINSTOCK, - BREASTS. Women speak about their Breasts and their Lives. [First edition].
A review (by Amazon) ...
I just got the book, and I cant believe this, the book is great... When I got it, there were not reviews so it was a bit of blind buying, although I did find in some forum on the internet a person asking for the book beecause apparently it is hard to get.
The book is amazing it has a lot of pictures of ACTUAL breasts, and how they really look like, not like playboys or porn stars, but of real regular everyday breasts, all pictures are in b&w.
Each Chapter is a different woman talking about her breasts and how they affected her life, whether because they were to small/big/heavy/noticeably/get int he way or many other things and it touches many subjet such as breast reduction, augmentation, cancer, bras
I would give it 6 stars, but there isn't such option :-/
It is a great book, I am really glad I got it.
Erik Kessels / Paul Kooiker, Terribly awesome photo books 30 x 37 cm 64 pages news paper print edition of 1000 ISBN 9789490800093
For several years, Paul Kooiker and Erik Kessels have organized evenings for friends in which they share the strangest photo books in their collections. The books shown are rarely available in regular shops, but are picked up in thrift stores and from antiquaries. The group’s fascination for these pictorial non-fiction books comes from the need to find images that exist on the fringe of regular commercial photo books. It’s only in this area that it’s possible to find images with an uncontrived quality. What’s noticeable from these publications is that there’s a thin line between being terrible and being awesome. This constant tension makes the books interesting. It’s also worth noting that these tomes all fall within certain categories: the medical, instructional, scientific, sex, humour or propaganda. Paul Kooiker and Erik Kessels have made a selection of their finest books from within this questionable new genre.