Playboy Magazine, July-August 2014

Aug. 12, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July-August 2014

The July-August 2014 issue of Playboy opens the door to some of the most exciting, sensual, and unexpected realms of modern culture.

William Wheeler takes us on a heart-pounding ride with the men protecting Colorado's legal weed industry, capturing a world of risks and rewards. Meanwhile, Rachel R. White reports on the thriving internet-driven rave culture, presenting a vibrant scene reborn for the digital era.

The issue features intriguing profiles and interviews, such as Michael Kaplan's deep dive into the life of Phil Ivey, the world-renowned poker player, and David Hochman's insightful conversation with the ever-opinionated actor Gary Oldman. Comedy also takes the stage as Gilbert Gottfried humorously offers apologies for his tasteless remarks.

A vivid exploration of sexuality is present throughout, from Vivienne Chow's courageous journey into China's red-light district to the breathtakingly revealing yoga poses of Luba Shumeyko.

Adventure seekers can enjoy Craig Vetter's wild account of surviving two weeks with Hunter S. Thompson in Cozumel, while those longing for nostalgia can drift into the hazy 1970s youth with David Lapham's illustration of artist Joe Ando's "Jubilee City."

Other highlights include Taryn Simon's artistic cataloging of James Bond's universe, a guide to the best new bars in America, and the continuation of Don Winslow's thrilling "Extreme (Part III)" series.

Stunning pictorials captivate the reader's imagination, with Terry Richardson's natural beauties of the California coast, Emily Agnes's sinful takeover of Playboy's headquarters, Maggie May's charming yachting adventure, and Bianca Balti's timeless Italian elegance.

In this eclectic blend of features, the July-August 2014 issue of Playboy stands as a testament to the magazine's enduring appeal, showcasing a rich tapestry of human experience, desire, humor, and art.

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