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The history of the Pirelli Calendar can be divided into three different eras:

- The first decade, from 1964 to ’74, which was followed by a break in publication (for nine years) due to the world recession sparked by the Yom Kippur war and the oil crisis.

- The second decade, from ’84 to ’94, which saw the Calendar being relaunched and becoming progressively more successful.

- From 1994 to the present, spanning the turn of the millennium, during which time “The Cal”™ has achieved cult status as a trailblazer.

This book covers the first 25 years, combining some of the worlds top photographers, known and unknown International models and some of the most stunning locations on earth.

Bursting with incredible colour and black and white photography, designed to celebrate the beauty of the female form and present photography as a worthy art platform.

First edition, oblong hardcover format, 212 pages.

Preface by Derek Forsyth. Commentary by Michael Pye. Includes colour photographs by Derek Forsyth, Robert Freeman, Brian Duffy, Peter Knapp, Harri Peccinotti, Francis Giacobetti, Sarah Moon, Barbara Daly, Philip Castle, Allen Jones, Hans Feurer, Caroline Baker, Martyn Walsh, Uew Ommer, Norman Parkinson, Bert Stern, Terence Donovan, Barry Lategan, and Gillian Lynne. 

A good quality copy in original dust jacket that has some very slight wear.

A recommended read and collectible.

£28.00 including postage to U.K. zone 1 addresses.

For postage costs to addresses outside U.K. zone 1 and overseas postage please enquire prior to placing your order.

The Pirelli Calendar Album 1988 - First Edition Hardback Book

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