“A motel, a camera and Lucy Fur. Dreamy.”—Jimmy McDonough, author of Shakey: Neil Young’s Biography and Big Bosoms and Square Jaws: The Biography of Russ Meyer
The young, buxom “Burlesque Queen” of Portland, Oregon, has begun a distinctive photographic career by posing in a vanishing breed of unique motel room environ-ments across the country.
Writes Lucy in her introduction, “Room With a View is not merely a pin-up book: it is as much about the room as it is about me. I think of myself as a fixture in that room, like a lamp or a chair. The kind of motel rooms that particularly attracted me had wood paneling, forgotten ‘60s- and ‘70s-era oil paintings, strange lighting, fantasy themes, tiled bathrooms, wacky wallpaper, and no outside view. All the photo-graphs are in some way a reaction to the established lexicon of ‘pin-up sexy.’”
Room With a View contains nearly one hundred of Lucy Fur’s photographs, bound handsomely with an inlaid photograph surrounded by an elegant embossed cloth binding.
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Lucy Fur was voted Portland's Burlesque Queen by Willamette Week, appeared on Playboy TV and Real Sex (HBO). Her photography was featured on the cover of Tease magazine, and within Willamette Week and Exotic magazines. She recently moved to Los Angeles.
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