Playboy Collection

After being approached by Latin Playboy Magazine, Bran got inspired to create new artworks and stage a photographic shoot combining war and feminism. 

An article written by the NY times described the relationship between Playboy magazine and the Vietnam war. 

"The Playboy magazine itself played a big role during the war, In fact, it’s hard to overstate how profound a role Playboy played among the millions of American soldiers and civilians stationed in Vietnam throughout the war: as entertainment, yes, but more important as news and, through its extensive letters section, as a sounding board and confessional.

Playboy’s value extended beyond the individual soldier to the military at large; the publication became a coveted and useful morale booster, at times rivalling even the longed-for letter from home. Playboy branded the war because of its unique combination of women, gadgets, and social and political commentary, making it a surprising legacy of our involvement in Vietnam. By 1967, Ward Just of The Washington Post claimed, “If World War II was a war of Stars and Stripes and Betty Grable, the war in Vietnam is Playboy magazine’s war.”


This article and history inspired Bran to re-create the famous 1971 cover of 'Darine Stern' - The first ever black woman on the front cover of Playboy magazine. 


Original PB Mag


Shipping and Product Details:

We take great care in packaging all of our art prints to ensure they are not damaged during transit. However, accidents can happen due to environmental conditions. If your print arrives damaged, please send it back to the original address for a full refund or replacement. For more information, please contact Chloe, our studio logistics manager, at

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