A blast from my past with an original image of 1980’s UK model, Debbie Magee. This shot comes from a set of 35mm colour negatives taken in the studio of D.E.Brittain-Catlin of Norwich in 1988 and features Debbie in sheer red top, red gloves and stockings, with some of the other shots showing off more of Debbie’s body than just her perfect tits!
Debbie appeared in the typical men’s magazines of the 1980’s and 90’s such as Parade, Fiesta, Knave and Escort. She was a favourite during that time because she was a spitting image of a girlfriend of mine at the time, as they both had similar hair and bodies. Because of this and the quality of the image it was too good not to share!
A set of covers from the publication ‘Light & Shade’ from the late 1950’s. I have a set of 15 covers from No.1 to No.15, but have no idea if that is a full set? These were produced by Russell Gay and published by Dalrow Publication Ltd. Pennine Publications, Bolton. A very similar set of magazines in the same style, including Tr-coloured covers was published under the title ‘Line & Form’, but by Eva Grant (I also have a set of these to edit and post).
I love the covers of this magazine especially the use of one primary colour per cover. and I think my favourites are No.8, No.9 (June Simpson) and No.12. Thanks must go to Paul from Firebird Records for all of these magazines and covers, a superb collection!
Lorraine Burnett in long blonde wig on 3 separate covers of Line and Form during the early 1960’s. The publishers of this magazine defiantly got their moneys worth from Lorraine as she appeared on the cover of three consecutive editions of Line and Form with No.20 (Yellow), No.21 (Orange) and No.22 (Blue).
Lorraine also appeared multiple times within the pages of these editions plus as well as others, so obviously a favourite. These are fabulous shots of Lorraine’s curvy figure on the covers and the use of light and shade to highlight her magnificent bust! I think my favourite is the blue cover 🙂
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) pouting as she poses for the camera of Harrison Marks. Taken from the magazine Études Moderne P31 (1950’s) by Marks and featuring plenty of early Pam as herself and Rita.
Thanks to Firebird Records for a copy of this fantastic early Harrison Marks publication