Three charming illustrations featuring the exquisite Teri Martine, skillfully rendered by Lorenzo Di Mauro. Hailing from Italy and born in 1954, Lorenzo is a seasoned illustrator who has worked for numerous advertising agencies over the years. Most notably, he collaborated with Peter Greenaway, creating a key illustration for the movie The Continue Reading
Paula Page’s modelling career began in the late 1950s. She was born in Shropshire in the late 1930s and studied to be a typist at school. Paula first took to nude modelling when she realised how much attention her figure attracted. She was a popular model on the circuit affectionately known Continue Reading
I’ve not posted in a long time, as I treat here is a picture of Pamela Green — a little more mature than we usually get to see her. It was taken by Douglas Webb, and the scan is from the original colour transparency. Other news I had a delightful lunch Continue Reading
A photo of the delightfully buxom Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) by Russell Gay, who went on to found the top-shelf magazines Fiesta and Knave. Early in his career, he had a studio on 245, Tottenham Court Road, London.
Here’s a picture of Pamela Green with Marie Deveraux (Patrica Sutcliffe). The actor Michael Caine introduced Marie to Pam and George. Dark-haired, 38-23-36, and with an outstanding figure, she first appeared in Kamera no.2 in 1957. She got her slightly exotic looks from her mother who was Spanish. Pam and Continue Reading
The delightful Christabel Leighton-Porter (1913-2000), aka Jane of the Daily Mirror, who was a muse for the cartoonist Norman Pett. To find out more about her, check this article I wrote a while back.
Some studio shots of June Simpson taken from a couple of original 35mm Pamar colour slides. She was a very popular model, and George Harrison Marks photographed her a fair bit. Solo no.5 was dedicated to her, and she appeared in the following issues of Kamera: 2, 3, 8, 10, Continue Reading
By 1960 George Harrison Marks was looking towards the film world. In that year alone, he produced twelve short films, and in 1961 his debut feature Naked as Nature Intended was released. So it should be no surprise that his third book, Vera, was dedicated to the British actress and Continue Reading
Olé! Another early nude portrait of Pamela Green by Stephen Glass. This time with a Spanish flavour. There is something about the overall exotic appeal of Mediterranean women — maybe more so now since Brexit.
An early portrait of Pamela Green by Stephen Glass. The above image was scanned from a contact sheet as I didn’t have the negative. It needed a fair bit of clean up, but it came out rather well. The white lines are Stephen’s original mark-up. Pamela Green started modelling for Continue Reading