Quite Lovely

5th August 2015
Alice Taylor

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The Quite Delightful Project’s second second luxury erotic magazine – the Quite Lovely issue – is now available and comprises 340 pages of stimulating photography, illustration and articles. The magazine is also accompanied by a 28 page standalone monograph of Elegia’s provocatively candid self portrait photography and an 80 page booklet of the team’s own erotic confessions.

The photographers and illustrators included in this truly beautiful magazine are: Laurent Benaim, Mike Dowson, Anne-Constance Frenoy, John Klukas, Remi Rebillard, Mateo de la Rioja, Desiree Mattsson, Jo Schwab, Splice Pictures, Johanna Stickland, Jen Davis, Eduardo Torres, James Wigger, & Henrietta Dubrey.

 
The publication also features articles on sex and sexuality written by Katherine Jane Wood, Flora Morgan, Rebecca Milford, Alice Taylor and Jane Ballantyne; as well as interviews with female porn director Anna Arrowsmith and New York’s ‘Topless Co-ed Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society’.

 

Get your copy now at The Quite Delightful Project shop.

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The Quite Delightful Project’s second second luxury erotic magazine – the Quite Lovely issue – is now available and comprises 340 pages of stimulating photography, illustration and articles. The magazine is also accompanied by a 28 page standalone monograph of Elegia’s provocatively candid self portrait photography and an 80 page booklet of the team’s own erotic confessions.

The photographers and illustrators included in this truly beautiful magazine are: Laurent Benaim, Mike Dowson, Anne-Constance Frenoy, John Klukas, Remi Rebillard, Mateo de la Rioja, Desiree Mattsson, Jo Schwab, Splice Pictures, Johanna Stickland, Jen Davis, Eduardo Torres, James Wigger, & Henrietta Dubrey.

 
The publication also features articles on sex and sexuality written by Katherine Jane Wood, Flora Morgan, Rebecca Milford, Alice Taylor and Jane Ballantyne; as well as interviews with female porn director Anna Arrowsmith and New York’s ‘Topless Co-ed Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society’.

 

Get your copy now at The Quite Delightful Project shop.

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