Ksubi / Tsubi Calendar 2004<br>Collectors Edition<br>(sold out)
Ksubi / Tsubi Calendar 2004
Collectors Edition
(sold out)

For-Tomorrow Books


Printed in 2003 | Less than 100 copies.

44.0 x 44.0cm

Tsubi Wall Calendar

Australian fashion label, Tsubi (Ksubi), launched its controversial wall calendar, 'Death Machine', at the Ken Done Gallery at The Rocks, Sydney, in May 2004. The publication features colour-saturated photographs of semi-naked models posing with slot cars and motorbikes at Sydney's Eastern Creek Raceway. Fashion photographer, Richard Bailey, took the images while friends of the design trio wrote the poem, 'Roadkill, Heroin and My Death Machine', for the opening page.

This enterprise, like many Tsubi events, created a sensation within the Australian fashion scene. The calendar reflects the sexual imagery in car and motorbike magazines as well as the 'raunch culture' that emerged in fashion and popular music in the late 1990s.

Models featured include a young Miranda Kerr and Michelle Leslie.

A historical copy of this calendar is held at the Powerhouse Museum (http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/?irn=379682)

More images: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150842918240348.476995.66416515347&type=3

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