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For early devotees of leather, rubber and vinyl fetish wear, "Atomage" magazine was the underground bible of the 1970s. Founded, designed and published by the English designer John Sutcliffe as a platform for his extraordinary talents as a manufacturer of weatherproofs for lady pillion riders, it quickly became a rallying point for explorers of every kind of fledgling clot ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by Fuel Publishing
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David
Feb 20, 2011 David added it
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Recommended to David by: karen
Yay, karen brissette got me this, um, Valentine! I'm not sure exactly what it means or whether it is an intimation of my hobbies, but I am prepared to enjoy the hell out of it, no matter what. Thank you, brissy, for this wonderful (also: strange, in a good way) gift. I hope you didn't pay anything nearing the cover price of this book because wow. You've got to be wealthy, apparently, to look at snuffy pics of sturdy women in droopy PVC. Some of these outfits need to be tightened up just a bit. O ...more
M.P. Johnson
Surprising Fetish Photography

The pictures in this book are fantastic. Tons of imaginative leather, latex and rubber outfits. Two things really struck me about these photos: First, I tend to see more modern fetish photography of this type in urban settings and indoors. This book has a lot of shots of people clad in black wandering through nature, wading through streams and whatnot. It's a really fun juxtaposition. Second, there is more tenderness in this than I expected, with really cute shots of
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Phyllis
This is a collection of photos and drawings from ATOM AGE, which was apparently in its THE lifestyle magazine for people really into wearing leather bodysuits and boots and rubber masks. There's something amazingly surreal and inspirational about the combination of fetish clothes and totally banal interior decorating. I love the photos of people in sky high leather stiletto boots with matching gimp masks posing in their living room with their plaid couch in the background. A fascinating and stra ...more
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Feb 11, 2011 Dee Sibert marked it as to-read
Would this not be just the perfect Coffee Table book ever??!!
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