There were many lesser known Harrison Marks’ publications out there from the 1950’s onwards. However, none of these enjoyed the success of Kamera or Solo. Below is a selection of his more commonly known publications, or where his work has appeared regularly. This is by no means a complete collection of his work, as it doesn’t include his later work on Kane etc, but does include common reprints.
The link below each image will take you to the images published from that publication, or where more than one issue a further listing of those publications. This is work in progress, so only a few links work at present, but more coming soon!
Today wouldn’t be complete if there wasn’t a Paula Page post to go along with the other big busted ladies! So here it is and shows PP down by the lake looking for a quick dip, with only a small towel for decency. There’s no chance of her drowning with those buoyancy aids!
I thought I’d continue with the theme of today with this colourful shot of the Erica flashing her big tits for us. A cracking quality shot from an original Pamar 35mm slide in vibrant colours, which show off Erica’s magnificent mammaries to good effect. Shot on the loft set I also love the sheer blue blouse she is pulling open to expose herself. Perfect shot and thanks as always to Kevin for allowing me to share.
This shot of Ann Day originally appeared towards the end of Kamera and it’s run, appearing in Kamera No.87 (1968). The published image was a much tighter crop than this original scan from the negative. This wider shot gives you a better sense of Ann’s figure, but her tits still look huge, plus you get a better, more clearer view of them here, than from the magazine! The biggest set of tits to appear in Kamera, does she beat Paula Page?
Note: This is an image from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice, but can be individually shared as long as the image remains unaltered and this website is acknowledged as the source.
The wonderful Ann Wilson posing nude sat backwards on a wooden chair from the pages of Solo No.44 P40 (1965) dedicated entirely to her.