Dian Hanson’s Butt Book

17,50

All the best photos (and some tasty new ones) from the original Big Butt Book, ranging from petite Pam Anderson to robust Serena Williams, plus interviews with Coco Austin, Buffie the Body, Tinto Brass, John (Buttman) Stagliano, and Brazil’s Watermelon Woman reconfigured into a chunky, 512-page Bibliotheca Universalis edition.

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Dian Hanson’s Butt Book

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Apples, Pumpkins, and Pears
A cornucopia of delectable derrières, made compact and affordable

The Kama Sutra gives detailed instructions on how to spank it. Contemporary Italians touch it for luck before placing a bet. Americans are having it cosmetically enhanced at rates approaching breast enlargement surgery. The female butt, tush, culo, or derrière has always inspired awe, fantasy, and slavish devotion.

Curiously, its primary purpose is functional rather than aesthetic: butts balance our bodies while running, according to biologists. But ask any pygophiliac—as fundament fans are clinically termed—and you’ll get the same answer: female hindquarters exist to please the eye, the hands, and parts south. Sir Mix-a-Lot said it all when he proclaimed, “My anaconda don’t want none, unless you’ve got buns, hun.”

All of this valuable insight, as well as some 400 photos from 1900 to 2008, were included in TASCHEN’s original The Big Butt Book, released in 2010. Now, that same content is compressed and reconfigured into TASCHEN’s popular Bibliotheca Universalis format, with some new photos thrown in just for fun. You’ll still find works by Elmer Batters, Jean-Paul Goude, Ralph Gibson, Richard Kern, Jan Saudek, Ed Fox, Guido Argentini, and Sante D’Orazio, of butts ranging from petite Pam Anderson’s to sumptuous Serena Williams’s, all contextualized by interviews with porn icon John (Buttman) Stagliano, filmmaker Tinto Brass, and butt queens Buffie the Body, Coco Austin, and Brazil’s Watermelon Woman, but in a portable size, at an affordable price. What could be more bootylicious?

The editor and author

Dian Hanson produced a variety of men’s magazines from 1976 to 2001, including Juggs, Outlaw Biker, and Leg Show, before becoming TASCHEN’s Sexy Book Editor. Her titles include the “body part” series, The Art of Pin-up, Psychedelic Sex, and Ren Hang.

Aantal pagina's

512

Auteur

Dian Hanson

Formaat

14 x 20

ISBN

9783836566872

Taal van het boek:

Duits, Engels, Frans

Uitgever

Taschen

Uitvoering

Hardcover