Vol. I №4
A “Physique Press” Publication
Owing to that old cliche, “circumstances beyond our control, ” the 3rd issue of A.A. was horribly fated. So please do not request it, when ordering any back numbers. Numbers One and Two though are still available in limited quantity.
The welcome news is that A.A. will now be on a regular quarterly schedule and is one of a family of twelve outstanding and individually different publications in the physique-and-health field.. The titles in the Physique Press group:
American Apollo; Samson; Physiques Speak; Manhattan Man; Trojan; Olympians; Thor; Young Man; Goliath; Jason; The Argonauts;’ Gladiator.
Being that Physique Press will be dedicated to bringing something entirely new and refreshing into the physique and health field, readers will learn that each of our titles is individual by itself. Whether it’s humor or something on the more serious side, or an occasional blending of various ingredients (as in this issue of A.A.), there is something for everyone!
An Album of the world’s finest photographs of the male physique.
Designed and produced by :
LON of New York in LONDON Physique Photography Studios, London, England.
Edited by : Domenique.
Artist: David Angelo.
Man’s World Publishing Company LTD.,
The Manor House, Worcester Park, Surrey, England
Art is many things — painting, sculpture, dancing, drama, writing, and more recently photography. At first a novelty of science, the camera has become in the hands of the skilled a means of spiritual expression — the noblest task of any artist. This expression is a reflection of his age, and today this means an age when terror stares us in the face, when the awful power of man’s science has gone beyond his moral and intellectual development—an age when the world’s young men have been called upon over and over again to lace bloody death — an age when men must find new confidence and a purer pride.
For the artist, whether he uses words, or brushes, or camera, the task is to capture some of the richness and beauty of man himself — to return briefly to the ideals of civilisation’s “golden ages” — when man was himself the inspiration both in mind and in body for the existence of life. We hope in this volume lies the proof dial this task is being accomplished by some artists throughout the world.
Images from Art in Physique Photography