Founded in 1962 by Ralph Ginzburg, Eros magazine was a quarterly periodical that contained articles and photo-essays relating to love and sex. Only four issues of the magazine exist because Ginzburg was indicted under federal obscenity laws following the fourth issue. The publication was art directed by Herb Lubalin; the pair would go on to create fact: (magazine) and Avant Garde Magazine. Eros was a beautifully produced magazine; it was hardbound, measured at 13x10”, used different papers inside, and contained no advertising.
Eros is featured in Edition: Out of Print