The book, the brainchild of Lisa Murphy and called Tactile Minds, is designed to be 'enjoyed' by the blind and visually impaired - and is on sale for £150.
Among the 17 raised images include a naked woman in a 'disco pose', a woman with 'perfect breasts' and a 'male love robot'.
"We're breaking new ground. Playboy has an edition with Braille wording, but there are no pictures."
She said that she made the book after realising that the 'blind have been left out in a culture saturated with sexual images'.
Between 1970 and 1985 Playboy printed copies of its famous magazine in braille - but without raised pictures.