Archive – Limited Edition Prints




Iconic Self Portrait of Bunny Yeager with Bettie Page at Africa USA in Boca Raton, Summer 1954.

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Bunny Yeager’s legacy transcends mere imagery; it embodies resilience, authenticity, and the relentless pursuit of equality. Her influence reverberates through generations, inspiring a new wave of artists to defy stereotypes, amplify marginalized voices, and pave the way for a more equitable and diverse artistic landscape. Bunny Yeager’s visionary spirit continues to illuminate our collective consciousness, reminding us of the power of art to challenge, inspire, and unite us all.

One of Yeager’s favorite models was the incredible Bettie Page. They were the perfect duo, Yeager’s keen eye for composition and Page’s natural charisma and beauty proved to be a winning combination. Together, they created photographs that captured the essence of mid-20th-century American culture, blending sensuality, innocence, and a hint of rebellion.

Photograph above is one of many shots captured at Africa USA located in Boca Raton, Florida. This body of work in particular coins the name Jungle woman turned sultry savage.