That's because Imperial Publishing’s Unseen Ratajkowski features 32 images of the American sarlet that have never been released before.
Featuring 103 Polaroid images overall — all of which were snapped by Jonathan Leder — the luxury edition of Unseen Ratajkowski is the first time the 32 pictures of Ratajkowski taken on a two-day 2012 photoshoot in Woodstock, NY, have seen the light of day. Featuring a foreword by art historian Susan Rothschild, the 118-page book is bound in a 13-lb. cover with gold foil stamping. All of the prints inside are presented in a 9” x 11” format.
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“Ratajkowski gives Leder something unique,” Imperial writes of the new book. “Expertly positioned on vintage floral rugs and furniture that evokes childhood vacation memories, Ratajkowski is a midcentury pin-up queen with a millennial edge.”
Limited to 990 copies signed by Leder, the book is priced at $90 and is shipping now.
If you’d like even more Em Rata exposure(s) — and we don’t blame ya — Leder’s original Polaroids will be on display at the Volta Art Fair in NYC from March 7th to 11th later this year.