[Book Review] dr.a.g.

dr.a.g. / Christopher Logan (Powell's Books)
The book 'dr.a.g.', for dressed as girl is a photographic celebration of the top drag queens from around the globe, shot by fashion and celeb photographers. From New York drag icons Lady Bunny and Joey Arias, Vegas headliners Mr. Kenneth Blake and Frank Marino, and cast from multiple seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race, dr.a.g. shows the spirit and passion of drag, and inspires with it's images.
dr.a.g. is a coffee-table book full of incredibly vibrant photographs.  The book showcases some of the artistry and transformation of drag queens of diverse styles.  One thing that stands out when flipping through the pages is the saturation of color, with photographs ranging from black and white to ultraviolet.  Gorgeous book.

Advanced Reader Copy copy courtesy of NetGalley; differences may exist between uncorrected galley text and the final edition.


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