A selection of photographs by Maxime Ballesteros (Lyon, France).
Via: Quite Frankly
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We have just enabled a blog for the Quite Frankly magazine project designed to offer a brief daily dose of sensual or sexy distraction or digression.
You can take a look at the blog here.
My turn to be the pervy one. I have quite an affection towards vintage style erotica so here’s a great image, full of tan lines, by Helmut Newton, 1970.
I blogged this image quite a while ago on my Tumblr that I keeping ticking over full of erotic images that I like. I just went back through and found this one which I quite like (I’m sure some won’t due to the veins) but the pose and skin colour is lovely.
Via: The Quiet Front
Celebrating banned books week – a week late – and also referencing our own ongoing fascination with all things erotic (for the Quite Frankly luxury erotic magazine project), here’s a glance towards Pybrac, by Pierre Louys.
I can remember in my early youth just how exciting Fiorucci advertising was; vividly colourful, sexy, even perhaps a little naughty.
The Quite Frankly magazine project is currently running a Follow/Retweet competition on Twitter to win a free copy of the launch issue of the luxury adult magazine.
I’m currently transcribing an interview with the Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society for my parallel luxury erotic magazine project, Quite Frankly (which you can out more about here).
That aside, this blog has over the years showcased a fine body of pulp-fiction book covers and this latest salacious – but wonderful – offering is for Her Private Hell.
…glance to the right and need I say more.
…well, quite a few thousand words actually.
By way of a sneak peek, here are the title pages for all of the articles and interviews in Issue One of Quite Frankly, the launch issue.