A STUDY OF DIEGO
BY CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN AND JUN LU
the Paperback Collection
Christopher Sherman and Jun Lu are photographers living in New York and Toronto. Their work is focused on celebrating the male form and sexuality through a contemporary lens. 'A Study of Diego' is a collaboration photographed in Berlin and Paris focused on capturing the body and beauty of one man during a moment of his life.
Published in August 2018
Pages: 68 pages
RYAN BY JOSEPH LALLY
A Warholian like tribute to beauty as seen through the lens.
Photographer Joseph Lally highlights
muse, Ryan Winter, in a special fine art edition entitled ‘Ryan', shot in New York.
Published in May 2018
Object: Staple binding publication
Pages: 48 pages
ADAM MILLER IN MALIBU BY SCOTT WEST
the Paperback Collection
Scott West is an American artist and photographer based in Los Angeles. His naturalistic approach to photography engages everyday surroundings, ordinary objects and the male form. Inspired by American ideals of masculinity and pioneers of gay interest photography – Scott’s work is forward thinking yet strongly grounded in an enduring sense of heritage.
Published in August 2017
Pages: 67 pages
NOT FOR SALE TO MINORS – NUMBER 02
This issue attempts to find a new way to show vintage found content. It continues down the route of experimental expression. Not for sale to minors Number 02 focuses on two essentials: Denim and white brief. It also the first time that it features colour.
Published in May 2017
Object: Digital Broadsheet
Pages: 12 pages
NOT FOR SALE TO MINORS – NUMBER 01
This is the first issue of Not for sale to minors, our flagship zine. Halfway through collage and digital deterioration, it investigated a way to hide the essential. All the content is taken from old gay pornographic photoshoots. It comments about the ease of pornography and censorship nowadays.
Published in November 2016
Print: digital broadsheet
Pages: 8 pages + a flyleaf
ABOUT THE CLUB OF MEN EDITIONS
the Club of Men Editions is an independent art publisher, based in London. It has been founded in 2016 and is used as a platform to celebrate the male form through the eye of contemporary artists and photographers.
It creates publications and other collectable objects, with a strong focus on collaboration. the Club of Men Editions publishes stand-alone publications as well as book series, such as ‘the Paperback Collection’. The later gives ‘carte blanche’ to photographers to create an original project and present it in an unusual pocket size photobook format. the Club of Men Editions also publishes a zine called ‘Not for sale to minors’. It comes out irregularly and is a free ground to experimentation.