Who Queefed?

This is our first commercially available perfect bound book. It features a bold and curious yet elegant and refined selection of relief prints and illustrations ranging in dates from as far back as the 1400s. All 32 images have one thing in common. They all beg the question: Who Queefed?
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#QueefBook #WhoQueefed? Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed? Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 1? Disputation, Johann von Armssheim,  Germany, 1483. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

Alan Jacobs has written seventy-nine theses on technology for disputation. A disputation is an old technology, a formal technique of debate and argument that took shape in medieval universities in .

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 2? Oh! Quelle Folie que la Nouveauté!, Carle Vernet, France, 1793. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

This caricature contrasts 1778 (at right) and 1793 (at left) styles for both men and women, showing the large changes in just 15 years

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 4? The Fashions of the Day, G. M. Woodward, England, 1807. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

A Regency era satire on clothing styles. “The year 1740 - a lady’s full dress of Bombazeen. The year 1807 - a lady’s undress of *Bum-Be-Seen.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 5? Les Invisibles en Tête-à-Tête, Artist Unknown, France, 1810s. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

Ch 'I was wearing my poke bonnet.' Poke bonnets may have been popular because of the Regency obsession with pale skin. This pic - A satire on Poke bonnets.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 7? Drinker and his Wife, Hans Weiditz, Germany, 1521. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 7? Drinker and his Wife, Hans Weiditz, Germany, 1521. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 8? Archers, Adam Buck, England, 1799. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

A 1700 pinup print dedicated to the Prince Regent, that saucy fellow.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 10? The Four Witches, Albrecht Dürer, Germany, 1497. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

Witches, Graces or Family Secret? Albrecht Durer and The Four Witches

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 11? Advantages of Muslin Dresses, James Gillray, England, 1802. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

A Doleful Disaster, or Miss Fubby Fatarmin's Wig Caught Fire Thomas Rowlandson London: [Published] by Thomas Tegg, Advantages of wearing muslin dresses! Is it an advantage to set fat women afire?

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 12? Driving of Cupid from the Garden, Aubrey Beardsley, England, 1896. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

Aubrey Beardsley ~ The driving of Cupid from the garden - preparatory drawing for the cover design of 'The Savoy',

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 15? Fashionable Lady in Dress and Undress, Robert Dighton, England, 1807. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

#QueefBook #WhoQueefed on Page 15? Fashionable Lady in Dress and Undress, Robert Dighton, England, 1807. Limited Edition 32pg B&W Book. Available while supplies last.

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