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David Choe x Sasha Grey x Asa Akira

When we saw we got a press release from David Choeyesterday regarding his new monograph that was just released byChronicle Books, we knew not to expect your standard, run-of-the-mill,boring press release. What we certainly weren't expecting however wasa zip file of scantily clad actresses lounging around with the book intow (Sasha Grey recently starred in the Steven Soderbergh film 'TheGirlfriend Experience and is apparently going to be on 'Entourage' thismonth, amongst (ahem) other (ahem) [ahem] numerous productions.) (ahem)(ahem)

Anyhow,we got the book in a couple weeks ago and have to say that it'sabsolutely excellent. Expect a full review once our minds readjust tothe normal world, an odd byproduct of attempting to read the wholething in one sitting. The pictures after the jump are certainly notsuitable for work, or children, so don't even think about it. If thissort of thing upsets you, feel free to shoot David an angry email,he'll probably publish it in his next book, if you're lucky.

When we saw we got a press release from David Choeyesterday regarding his new monograph that was just released byChronicle Books, we knew not to expect your standard, run-of-the-mill,boring press release. What we certainly weren’t expecting however wasa zip file of scantily clad actresses lounging around with the book intow (Sasha Grey recently starred in the Steven Soderbergh film ‘TheGirlfriend Experience and is apparently going to be on ‘Entourage’ thismonth, amongst (ahem) other (ahem) [ahem] numerous productions.) (ahem)(ahem)

Anyhow,we got the book in a couple weeks ago and have to say that it’sabsolutely excellent. Expect a full review once our minds readjust tothe normal world, an odd byproduct of attempting to read the wholething in one sitting. The pictures below are certainly notsuitable for work, or children, so don’t even think about it. If thissort of thing upsets you, feel free to shoot David an angry email,he’ll probably publish it in his next book, if you’re lucky.

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