Sat with Pat

The perfect muse in the form of Pat Davis posing in the studio by Harrison Marks. A great view of Pats figure with those big round tits and large areolae as she sits naked on a stool posing for GHM.

Worth a Look!

Louise Worth by Harrison Marks posing nude on a big round seating area on the Hollywood set.

Taken in the mid 1960’s at Lily Place studio’s a great colour image of Louise showing off her body with two of the best bodies either side of her. They are of course sketches of two of the most famous GHM models Pamela Green and June Palmer, but which is which?

Another Unknown Blonde Beauty

Another shoot of a beautiful blonde unknown model by Harrison Marks in the studio. Another good example of using shadows and light to highlight her figure. 

I’m currently updating the unknown model list as I have a few more to add and a few that have been named 🙂

June Palmer – Showing Some Leg!

I revisited an old shot of June from back in 2014 and re-edited the colours and it’s amazing how bad I was back then with colours!

It’s still a stunning shot of her sat on a desk, suitably or unsuitably dressed in a little back number (every girl should have one apparently!) Great studio shot of June dressed and showing us those great legs, just not sure about the ashtray in the background!

Suzi Shaw – Going Big in Colour!

Sometimes scanning through your collection of magazine scans you recognise a model in a shot you’ve not seen before. In this case it’s a very good colour shot of 1960’s UK model Suzi Shaw. The interesting thing is it appeared in a much later magazine Peaches Special No.2 (1975) along with a mixture of newer and older models all with one thing in common, big tits!

The sad thing is I recognised Suzi and the other models immediately plus it’s the only shot I have of Suzi in colour that’s of good quality. What a stunning shot of her laying on her side with those big full breasts exposed. I’ve corrected the orientation of the shot as in the magazine it was flipped 90 degrees anti clockwise so it filled the magazine page. I’m sure Suzi appeared in colour many times I have just missed them 🙂