The Photo Book You Can Get Behind

Cheeky new release from photographers Hans Feurer and Klaus Mitteldorf

Football, bikinis, and er, Bounty. The best things in life come in two halves. It’s something that snappers Hans Feurer and Klaus Mitteldorf took onboard when dedicating themselves to shooting the female form, paying particular attention to the two halves that make one fine derrière.

You can see Swiss-born Feurer’s work for yourself, now collected in a coffee table tome. A regular at Vogue and Another, the eagle-eyed might recognise his signature sexy style from the legendary Pirelli calendar – he worked on the 1974 edition. 

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Work, meanwhile, is a collection of 35 years work by Brazilian photographer, Mitteldorf, concentrated in part on a celebration of the female body in a universe of exuberant colour. It certainly brightens our day.

Hans Feurer and Work by Klaus Mitteldorf (both Damani) are out now.

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