From the advances in the quality of the photography to the evolution of the models' haircuts, the book functions, in a nontraditional way, as a survey of the changing fashions of the 20th century minus, of course, the actual fashions. The scenes are well-constructed by the photographers, and the models exude a calm, masculine beauty and candor that immediately jumps off the page. Greg Roberts marked it as to-read Mar 07, None are terribly suggestive- and very few if any have tattoos nor much if any chest hair. Photographers feared police confiscation, harassment, and worse. The Plant Paradox Cookbook.