The narrative world is rife with accounts of the relationship between gender, and the recognition and attribution (or not) of genius.
“New colors are created every day and their future longevity will still hinge on reducing toxicity, discovering renewable sources, and finding new applications in both the arts and the scie
“The result is an art book: an exploration of an artist’s work with an eye to comprehensive coverage.”
“Harryhausen: The Movie Posters is infotainment in the best sense of the word.
This is a golden age of independent comics. Artists develop singular approaches, cultivate followings online, and burst into the print scene with fully developed universes and styles.
“One-Track Mind demonstrates just how impressive one man’s private life-time passion can be.
At a time when names such as Blumenfeld, Scavullo, Avedon, Clarke, Horst, Radkai, Rizzo, Parkinson, and Penn were bandied about and very visible in the world of fashion photography there was also a
What comes to mind with this book is the slogan used in the ’50s: “often imitated never duplicated.”
“Type Tells Tales widens typographical horizons, showcasing a variety of creative ways artists push the design boundaries of traditional lettering.”
“an engaging compendium, a fascinating read, and a valuable resource . . .”
“For Monro’s discussion of the value of paper and ink in education, information, and learning The Paper Trail is a good read.”
“a wealth of comic art and undeniable fun.”
Create a list of the ten greatest comic book heroes ever and it is bound to include Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Wonder Woman.
For those who consider themselves fashion cognoscenti, it is a given that the name Jean Patou registers as one of the founders of haute couture.
Paris Haute Couture is possibly one of the most informative and exhaustive volumes on the subject.
“In Search of the Miraculous aptly captures the tension involved in reconciling the artist’s aspirations to do great work and the client’s objectives.
In Cult Eyewear: The World’s Enduring Classics, Neil Handley provides a rich history of eyeglasses starting in the late 18th century right up to the present.
The premise of the book is wonderful, exploring the world of fashion from a completely different angle.
Emilio Pucci is not only a limited edition book, but also a comprehensive study of one of the world’s greatest, yet under-appreciated, international designers of the 20th century.