morena No.4

Richard Kern with Michelle

A contemporary new classic, morena contains 48 pages of exquisite nudes in a beautiful embossed paper printed in offset color.


Richard Kern and Michelle

Portraited by Cody Chandler

morena publications

by Angelo Pennetta

July 1, 2016

Playboy Miss July 2016

June 24, 2016
Jena Hall

by Chris Kontos

June 10, 2016
Vittoria House

by Oscar Tusquets & Lluís Clotet / ( Studio Per)

June 10, 2016


by Larsen Sotelo

June 9, 2016

Sun out with Jenah Yamamoto

June 8, 2016
The Vaj

painting by Dan Flanagan

June 8, 2016

Dan Flanagan

The Wiggles. Paintings by Dan Flanagan at nº4 studio.

Dan Flanagan   nº4 Studio


Chilling Poolside

June 7, 2016

by Charles Lucima

June 6, 2016

David Cronenberg on the set of ‘Crash’

June 6, 2016
June 4, 2016

Boxer Muhammad Ali steps away from a punch thrown by boxer Joe Frazier during their heavyweight title fight at Madison Square Garden in 1971. Frazier became the  undisputed heavyweight champ of the world by winning a unanimous 15-round decision. March 8, 1971 New York, New York, USA

Gaïa / Paris 2016

by Théodoros Gennitsakis

May 18, 2016


May 11, 2016


cut linoleum



by Owen Scarbiena

May 10, 2016


May 9, 2016




April 21, 2016

1980, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA --- Prince backstage at The Bottom Line. --- Image by © Deborah Feingold/Corbis

“Pink Lingerie”

by Malcolm T. Liepke

April 17, 2016

T liepke

Malcolm T. Liepke – “Pink Lingerie” – Oil on Canvas – 10 x 9 inches


Malcolm T. Liepke 

Rie Rasmussen

by Michel Nafziger.

April 17, 2016
Anna Ewers

by Fabrizio del Rincon

April 15, 2016
Porsche 911


April 15, 2016

Sample spread of MORENA Magazine

by Richard Kern with Michelle

April 13, 2016
Foot Fetish

a film by Richard Kern

April 11, 2016

Marlo Lavonne

on her 1972 Honda CB750 by Jonathan Leder

March 24, 2016

; )

March 18, 2016
Marisa Papen

by Paul Ripke

March 18, 2016
Rachel Cook

by Robert Voltaire

March 18, 2016

By Jordan Doner

March 17, 2016

zug magazine #10

March 16, 2016


noniggaho / zug magazine #10 guest editor / art and concept #ritaackermann photography #richardkern

Innen zines    Richard Kern  Rita Ackermann

David Hemmings and Jane Birkin

in ‘Blow Up’

March 15, 2016


David Hemmings and Jane Birkin in ‘Blow Up’ by Michelangelo Antonioni. The movie was inspired by one of the first famous fashion photographers, David Bailey.

David Hemmings    Jane Birkin     Blow Up   David Bailey

Glass House

by Lina Bo Bardi

March 14, 2016


Glass House, Lina Bo Bardi. Bairro Morumbi, São Paulo.


Lina Bo Bardi


by Jean François Jonvelle

March 14, 2016
Camille Rowe

shot by Vincent Peters

March 10, 2016
Paula Bulczynska

by Paolo Simi

March 9, 2016
Happy women’s day

Thelma & Louise

March 8, 2016
The way to become

The Sensuous Man

March 8, 2016


One of the books that influenced Richard Kern, as a young man.

Richard Kern



March 8, 2016
Meghan Wiggins

Shot by Jared Thomas Kocka.

March 7, 2016

Sofia Coppola´s

March 7, 2016

bill murray

Sofia Coppola´s behind the scenes photo from ‘Lost In Translation’.

Sofia Coppola  Bill Murray

March 4, 2016


Das Canoas House

Das Canoas house by Oscar Niemeyer (1951) Rio de Janeiro

March 3, 2016


Oscar Niemeyer  Rio de Janeiro

Iuliia Danko

by Alessandro Casagrande

March 3, 2016

Roman Polanski, Emmanuelle Seigner and Harrison Ford on-set of Frantic.

March 3, 2016



Roman Polanski  Emmanuelle Seigner  Harrison Ford  Frantic

Maggie Duran

by Henrik Purienne

March 2, 2016
March 1, 2016


Gia Carangi

by Denis Piel

March 1, 2016


Happy Birthday Denis Piel !

Gia Carangi  Denis Piel

Kate Moss

By Mario Testino

March 1, 2016

Nude playing cards

with Daido Moriyama Photos

March 1, 2016
Emmanuelle Béart

in the film ‘La Belle Noiseuse’ by Jaques Rivette.

March 1, 2016


enjoy the weekend

February 26, 2016
Retro high-cut waist

by Mercedes Esquivel

February 26, 2016
Lancia Stratos Zero

by Bertone

February 25, 2016

by Paolo Simi

February 25, 2016


ksenia paolo simi


Dangerously sexy in the early 80’s, wearing New Balance W320s

February 24, 2016

Aomi Muyock

February 23, 2016

aomi muyock

Aomi muyock   LOVE  gaspar noe

Andy Warhol

died on February 22, 1987.

February 22, 2016


Selfie by Andy Warhol

Sunday Mood

‘Mystic heather and virgin snow’ by Tim Barber

February 21, 2016
Sheats Goldstein Residence

A Lautner Work of Art Being Donated to a Museum

February 21, 2016


James Goldstein has just announced that he will donate his landmark Los Angeles residence — designed by architect John Lautner –€” to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. “Minimal is the word … ” he says. “Everything is simple and at the same time beautiful.”

Jeff Green/LACMA

Happy Birthday 50

Cindy Crawford

February 20, 2016


December 1989, Cindy Crawford, 22 years old by Yann Gamblin


Cindy Crawford – Yann Gamblin


Happy Weekend

February 19, 2016


Helmut Newton, German, (1920-2004)

Couple in Car, 1974.

Helmut Newton

Kiko Mizuhara

shooting with her Contax T2 camera.

February 18, 2016


Kiko Mizuhara at Cakeshop Seoul by Aston Husumu Hwang

Kiko Mizuhara – Aston Husumu Hwang

Dana Wright

By Nate Walton

February 17, 2016
Steve McQueen

and his Two Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso

February 17, 2016
Luma Grothe

by Viktor Vauthier

February 12, 2016
Happy weekend

Stay gold

February 12, 2016


Sean Penn punches photographer Vinnie Zuffante in the courtyard of Penn’s West 64th Street apartment building. Aug. 29, 1986

Season 2


February 10, 2016

“Season 2 Zine pronounced Zeen short for magazine. A lot of people pronounce it wrong.”




February 12 – February 14, 2016

February 10, 2016

Printed Matter, Inc. presents

February 12 – February 14, 2016
Preview: Thursday, February 11, 2016, 6–9 pm
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

You can find Morena by GUY AROCH and OLIVIER ZAHM at stand H8 Focus:Spain


Rafaela Bosi

by Markus Seer

February 10, 2016

40 years ago today.

February 8, 2016


40 years ago today, Martin Scorsese’s TAXI DRIVER blasted onto screens across the U.S. Read about how films by Bresson, Godard, and Fassbinder informed this American classic.

5 films that influenced Scorsese.

Daido Moriyama, Daido Tokyo

From February 6 to June 5, 2016

February 7, 2016


Twelve years after his first exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in 2003, the eminent Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama will return to the foundation for a new exhibition that focuses on his recent work.

Steffy Argelich

by Quentin de Briey

February 7, 2016

NYC.Sept. 2014

Quentin de Briey


since 1972

February 7, 2016

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Playboy released their first non-nude magazine since 1972 this week, following an announcement in last October . The cover of March’s Playboy featuring Sarah McDaniel, an Instagram model, is a homage to social media with its Snapchat-themed, selfie-style photograph. Holding her arm out of shot, the impression we get is that this picture is taken by the model herself, but both the cover and pictorial were shot by Theo Wenner.

Valeriya Volkova

by Jean Pierrot.

February 5, 2016
Happy birthday Charlotte Rampling

Portrait of Charlotte Rampling at the Hotel Nord Pinus II by Helmut Newton, 1973

February 5, 2016

Charlotte Rampling turns 70 today, she is an icon, and impossible to forget through the lens of Helmut Newton.

Charlotte Rampling

Staying connected

Ilana Kozlov by Darren Ankenman

February 4, 2016

50 girls at 50 pools


February 3, 2016

Emily Bester by Jason Lee Perry

Emily Bester by Jason Lee Parry,  upcoming project by Jason Lee Parry.


Juergen Teller in 2000’s

Interview by Cory Reynolds

February 3, 2016

 Portrait by Leeta Harding, 2000  © Index Magazine

Originally from Index Magazine No.26

Juergen Teller’s photographs make me desire what’s there. They also make me wonder what’s just outside the picture; they make me wish I were there myself. His work is gentle, perceptive, and sexy. Juergen often captures the unguarded moments of the people he’s photographing — no small feat, considering he generally works with top models and celebrities. Whether I’m looking at a picture of Björk and her son in an Icelandic hot spring, Kate Moss in a hotel bed on the day after her 25th birthday, Kurt Cobain tuning his guitar, or O.J. Simpson in a generic Florida hotel room, I always feel like I’m just about to learn a secret.

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Oroma Elewa

by Elias Tahan

February 2, 2016

Oroma Elewa By Tahan

Girls with analog cameras, really unlock all levels.
Oroma Elewa holding an OLYMPUS MJU-II, and staring, photographed by Elias Tahan.

Cindy Crawford by Marco Glaviano

Marble Kisses

February 1, 2016


The love for the marble is mixed with the beautiful and stunning photography of Marco Glaviano, a classic photo, ‘CINDY CRAWFORD, ST. Barts, 1989. The result a magnetic marble sculpture, developed by the Italian company Robot City for Glaviano.


Shot by Kern

Real girls in real settings around the world

February 1, 2016


The internet video site VBS, launched by the ironic and ultra-cool American magazine Vice, features original content on a wide range of subjects dear to the hipster heart. One of the first, and still the most popular, ongoing series was “Shot by Kern,” a concept dreamed up by then editor-in-chief Jesse Pearson to roust photographer Richard Kern from his New York environs and have him shoot women Kern-style around the world. In the last seven years Kern has traveled to Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States with a Vice video crew. Fans follow his adventures on, from interviewing the real women who dream of being New York Girls, through styling and shooting. What they don’t see, what no one has ever seen, are the photos that result from these video sessions.

Shot By Kern presents some 300 of these photographs for the first time. Those who’ve followed Kern’s adventures on VBS will be especially eager to lay their hands on this book, but all fans will enjoy these fresh-scrubbed amateurs in their first time before the camera. Some are shy, some are brazen, but all have that quirky cuteness Kern seeks in his subjects.

The book includes several photo series. As Richard travels the world he’s noticed cultural similarities between his models and themes have emerged, from the universality of prescription drugs, to a love of technology, to lying in bed, and peering up skirts. And because Kern has always been fascinated by what women do behind the bathroom door, there is lots of intimate personal grooming.

As with Kern’s last TASCHEN book, Action, Shot By Kern comes with an hour long video, shot and edited by Kern, with original music by Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore, because, like Kern’s models, the modern world is always in motion.

Buy at Taschen


Ride the horse

February 1, 2016

Photography by Esperanza Moya

A parabolic arch made with laminated wood, a synthesis of a horse chair. It is a swinging stool playful to the body. You can swing back and forth without touching ground, finding balance between legs, the hip and back in order to find a comfortable position or stretching a particular body zone.

The material’s arch and stiffness activate the inner leg muscles that are not often used. Balensiya came up in the mid 90s not long after beginning in laminated woodcraft works with the Tutombas Pranha, a deck chair to stretch the back.

Buy your Balensiya at Indoors


Haydée Politoff in ‘The Collectionneuse’ by Eric Rohmer.

January 30, 2016


HAYDEE, is the first scene of the movie ‘The Collectionneuse’ (1967) by Eric Rohmer, the story number four of ‘six contes moraux’. Here you can appreciate very well as Rohmer stared at his women. An unforgettable scene, once you see it.

Eric Rohmer – La collectionneuse (1965) Trailer


by Annemarieke van Drimmelen

January 29, 2016


Drake Burnette a model and leading actress in Marfa Girl (2012), Larry Clark’s film, is also the model of Annemarieke van Drimmelen photographer for the new photography magazine ‘TRUE’, a photography journal that showcases the unpublished personal projects of established and emerging photographers.


Horacio Altuna

The self-taught Artist

January 26, 2016


Horacio Altuna, rivalled only by Milo Manara, easily holds the crown as the best crafter of beautifully rendered, steamingly erotic and wickedly humourous comics. If you’re a fan of Altuna, you would have already read it, as most of the stories published in Heavy Metal, Penthouse Comix and Playboy magazine. If you haven’t read Altuna before, where have you been? I definitely recommend this beautiful renderings of sexy cosmopolitan women.

Burning Blue

The New Lovers 6 by Carla Benedetto

January 20, 2016


Burning Blue by Cara Benedetto is one of the New Lovers, a series of short erotic fiction published by Badlands Unlimited. Inspired by Maurice Girodias’ legendary Olympia Press, New Lovers features the raw and uncut writings of authors new to the erotic romance genre. Each story has its own unique take on relationships, intimacy, and sex, as well as the complexities that bedevil contemporary life and culture today.

Buy it at Badlands Unlimited

Ballon D’Or, the fifth

Lionel did it again

January 12, 2016

His fifth Ballon D’Or is the prove that he is getting better and better. Congratulations MESSI, thanks for been in Barcelona FC.

“It is a very special moment for me to be back here on this stage, winning again another Ballon d’Or after being there in the audience watching Cristiano win.”

Paula in Milano

by Alessandro Casagrande

January 7, 2016

Full of freedom and naturalness the work of Alessandro evokes spontaneity and go straight with the situation, I mean, the shooting seems to be part of a meeting between he and the model where everything could be possible and credible.

Check his Youth Journal

Naked Fashion Girls

by Mike Dowson

January 5, 2016


Mike Dowson’s photography is simply a case of capturing the moment – he distances himself from any kind of staging and stylisation. This lack of style has become a style in itself – the style of laissez faire. His photographs of pretty girls appear fresh, unconsumed, spontaneous, tasteful and very erotic. Dowson’s models must always convey the feeling of availability, the pettybourgeois may call them tarts. However, these girls are no such thing, they are just young, being themselves and showing their lust for life.

Buy here

Helmut Newton interview

for INDEX magazine No.30

January 5, 2016

On June 21, 2001, Leeta Harding interviewed Helmut Newton over lunch at the legendary Kronenhalle restaurant in Zurich. Newton was in town for the opening of a major exhibition of his work at the de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery. Also in attendance was Newton’s friend and supporter Leon Constantiner.

Read More


The legend behind the legend

January 4, 2016

Lamborghini Countach LP500 S

The legend says that Ferrucio Lamborghini, agricultural equipment manufacturer, started to manufacture cars after an exchange between he and Enzo Ferrari. In an interview for Thoroughbred & Classic Cars Lamborghini said that after the clutch problems with his Ferrari continued to go unresolved he decided to talk to Enzo Ferrari and said: “Ferrari, your cars are rubbish!” to which Enzo Ferrari replied “Lamborghini, you may be able to drive a tractor but you will never be able to handle a Ferrari properly.” That was the point when Ferruccio finally decided to make a perfect car.

The Sheats Goldstein residence

Long term Architecture

January 4, 2016

The Sheats Goldstein Residence is one of the best known examples of John Lautner’s work; originally built for Helen and Paul Sheats and their three children in 1948-1949. He designed not only the house, but the interiors, windows, lighting, rugs, furniture, and operable features. The house is extensively detailed, and the range of the architect’s work is visible through the different stages of the re-mastering. All of the furnishings enhance the house and are completely related so that the aesthetic of the forms is a function of the whole. The Sheats Goldstein residence was featured in morena issue 3 by Olivier Zahm with Hedy.

Buy the third issue here

Beatriz Fernández


January 4, 2016
Zahara Davis


January 4, 2016
Shanina Shaik


January 4, 2016
Belle de Jour

Contemporary erotics in a film from 1967

January 4, 2016

Based in the novel of Joseph Kessel, Belle de Jour is one of the masterpieces of the french cinema directed by Luis Buñuel. A sophisticated erotic / surrealist film starred by a young and classy Catherine Deneuve dressed by Yves Saint Laurent itself.

Belle de Jour in IMDB

Gizele Oliveira

by Emanuele Ferrari

January 3, 2016

Source: Emanuele Ferrari

Eric Sokol

An artist to not forget

January 2, 2016


Playboy wouldn’t be playboy without cartoons. Great gusty quantities of full color, full-page cartoons every month. Eric Sokol was arguably the most gifted artist who ever worked for Playboy, with a keen eye for all of the elements of good drawing- composition, clear silhouettes, original color harmonies, interesting staging and a keen sense of light and shade. There’s a lot to be learned from these masterful cartoons. His style evolved as time went by, and his images became more and more beautiful.

Tropic of Cancer

An Obscene Masterpiece

January 1, 2016


Upon its publication in 1934, Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer was deemed obscene by the United States Customs Department and was not legally available in the United States. Editions like this one, published in Japan, were smuggled into the U.S. to satisfy demand. Miller had been seeking an American publisher since 1934 and had hoped to defend Tropic of Cancer in court as early as 1936. Local district attorneys, however, were not persuaded, and over 50 cases against the novel were brought to various state and local courts. The ban on Miller’s work was finally lifted in 1964 after a Florida case made its way to the U. S. Supreme Court, which ruled that Tropic of Cancer may be legally sold and distributed throughout the United States.

Porsche 944

A mixture of style and nostalgia

December 28, 2015

Despite the many appearances in 80s films, most notably Weird Science and 16 Candles, the Porsche 944 has also been known as the ‘Poor Man’s Porsche’ due to its relative affordability compared to a 911.

Emanuele Ferrari


December 27, 2015
Photography by Emanuele Ferrari

Long time ago I started to follow Mr. Ferrari in Instagram, every time he posted something I wondered with his casting and his ease to point and shoot girls. His talent is obvious and is career is growing trough different publications.

Emanuele Ferrari’s instagram

English by Ruth Hogben

A slowmo delicatessen

December 26, 2015

Inspired by the concept of exploring and celebrating the human body through a unique combination of fashion and moving image, The Fashion Body was first commissioned to feature as part of the 2009 exhibition SHOWstudio: Fashion Revolution. We favorited the “English” episode directed by Ruth Hogben, styled by Ellie Grace Cumming and performed by Esme Bianco and Valeria.

Ruth Hogben

Nicolas Jarr

The pleasure of minimalism

December 25, 2015
Portrait by Jeremy Liebman

Jaar’s ingenuity is on full display on his Essential Mix. His knack for electronic music that moves your mind more than your soles, and his appreciation for and manipulation of silence have never been so evident.

Nicolás Jaar Mixtape CSP06