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  • The American Weekly Covers of Edmund Dulac 1924-1951

    by Albert Seligman
    A complete full color collection of the 106 Hearst Sunday Supplement American Weekly covers painted by English artist Edmund Dulac between 1924-1951. It contains all thirteen series from Bible Stories in 1924 through his final Arabian Nights series in 1951. This is the first complete collection ever published and each American Weekly cover was photographed from an original copy of the magazine.
  • Don't Miss This: A Decade of Eccentric Performing Arts

    by Jim R Moore

    Don’t Miss This: A Decade of Eccentric Performing Arts ~ is Jim R. Moore’s pictorial paean to the stars of today’s circus, sideshow, burlesque, and new vaudeville scenes. In these 284 pages, you will find the world’s most eccentric extended family: clowns, acrobats, thespians, musicians, contortionists, jugglers, puppeteers, ventriloquists, daredevils, aerialists, opera singers, drag stars, monologists, impresarios, magicians, impressionists, fire-eaters, nuts... more

  • Go For Broke: Volume I

    by Curt E. Angeledes

    Go For Broke: Volume I, is a visual history depicting five decades of concert performances by The Rolling Stones as seen through the eyes of one photographer. The book features 276 full page photographs and short stories about the journey taken to get them.

  • Rhinotopia Beginnings

    by Sarah Soward
    Rhinotopia Beginnings is a collection of the first thirty-eight oil paintings in Sarah Soward’s Rhinotopia series that equate the rhino to the sacred. The paintings work with archetypes from around the world in the form of deities, powers, and forces of nature. The book presents the paintings with art analysis and context to deepen the reader’s connection to the art and, more importantly, to the rhino.
  • San Diego Visions

    by Bro Halff
    San Diego Visions is a dynamic collection of watercolors and writings by Bro Halff, capturing the charm of San Diego and surrounding areas, as well as the visionary attitude of its people. This book, and its companion volume, San Diego Days, present diverse landscapes and cityscapes from one of America’s most beautiful and appealing cities. The author portrays, in writings and vibrant paintings, his vision of San Diego, during his residence of twenty years there. He captures scenes of daily lif... more
  • San Diego Days

    by Bro Halff
    San Diego Days is a vibrant collection of watercolors and writings by Bro Halff, capturing the beauty of San Diego and surrounding areas, as well as the positive attitude of its people. This book, and its companion volume, San Diego Visions, present diverse landscapes and cityscapes in one of America’s most beautiful and captivating cities. The author portrays, in writings and luminous paintings, his vision of San Diego, during his residence of twenty years there. Mr. Halff captures the beautif... more
  • Tour da’ Maui

    by CruiserBob
    Bob Kiger graduated in 1970 from Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in bachelor of science in professional photography. He spent the next twelve years producing and directing TV commercials in Hollywood. In 1982, he left Tinseltown and began his rent-a-bike business in Maui. He quickly realized that the island was not the paradise for bicyclists that one might imagine. He made friends with the local kids in Lahaina who gave him the nickname Cruiser Bob. With that, he began his work ... more
  • The Trump Affair: Part 1

    by Tom Cook
    Turning a nightmare into comedy. Thought-provoking Political Satire. A caricature of the world we live in. Note: Might not be suitable for Trump supporters
  • My Nothingness Gone, My World Speaks

    by Erin Elizabeth Eyer
    My Nothingness Gone, My World Speaks is a unique collection of art and poetry created by a woman who does not speak yet creates art through a variety of forms that surpass the spoken word. The book is a groundbreaking statement published to share and celebrate Eyer’s life and art while challenging cultural myths surrounding people on the autism spectrum. Eyer is excited to contribute to the body of art and invention created by people on the spectrum, and hopes to encourage others to follow their... more
  • Quilting Beyond the Rainbow

    by Johnny Townsend
    Do you like the charm of a homemade country quilt but feel too downtown and wild to pick something out at the county fair? With little more than a sheet of graph paper, a sharpened pencil, and a bit of imagination, quilter Johnny Townsend reveals how even the unskilled can create patchwork quilts to accommodate the most decadent of modern city dwellers. Author of numerous M/M romances, Townsend demonstrates ways to design beautiful, fun, and sexy gay quilts. Several of his work... more
  • Basic Studio Course: How to Be a Become a Pro Portraits Maker in Two Days

    by John A. Pichardo
    Basic Studio Course is an easy book to read. This newest edition features Lucia Bettler as editor. This workshop is a defining element to your own understanding of the sciences. You will gain new shared perspectives of the mechanics of portraits. Multi-classroom subjects are covered during the breath of a two day workshop. Basic Studio Course works making complex subjects tangible for you in a short period of time.
  • Captioning the Archives: (Of the Diaspora - North America)

    by Aisha Sabatini Sloan
    Lester Sloan began his photography career as cameraman for the CBS affiliate in Detroit, then worked as a staff photographer in Los Angeles for Newsweek magazine for twenty-five years. His daughter, noted essayist Aisha Sabatini Sloan, writes about race and current events, often coupled with analysis of art, film, and pop culture. In this father-daughter collaboration, Lester opened his archive of street photography, portraits, and news photos, and Aisha interviewed him, creating rich, probin... more
  • Mr

    by Chris Gregory
    Although Bob Dylan’s music of the 1960s and 70s was highly acclaimed and vastly influential, by the mid 1980s his creativity had dipped so low that he was seriously thinking of retiring. Yet from the late ‘90s onwards he began to produce work that was comparable in quality to that of his heyday. The action in these extraordinary songs appears to take place in an indeterminate historical period, sometime between the American Civil War and the present day; in a mythic landscape of noisy, smoky h... more
  • The Poser: 38 Portraits Reimagined

    by Maya Stein
    In her new book, Maya Stein documents how she transcended the pandemic isolation by re-creating contemporary portraits as part of the “museum at home” movement. “The Poser: 38 Portraits Reimagined” features imagery and interviews with a selection of artists from around the world whose work she re-created, as well as Maya’s personal essays and reflection about the process of attempting live reenactments of two-dimensional artwork. The book includes a foreword by Danielle Krysa of The Jealous Cura... more
  • Crush On, by Haily

    by Bradley Andrew Ramsey

    An adult picture book, and who knows what will develop, in this New Publisher's Serial: Girl on the Lam, published by Ramsey & Short Publishing, and written by Brad Ramsey, with illustrations by Haily.

  • Our State Flowers: Alabama's Camelia to the U.S. Virgin Island's Yellow Cedar

    by Robert Daley
    A spinoff from Soul Talk (ISBN 0-7388-5652-5 ), this book showcases the floral art of my sister-in-law, Delia Daley, presenting her drawings of the officially designated flowers for the Fifty States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands along with official mottoes and a very brief commentary for reflection. The intent is to provide relaxation and an opportunity to appreciate the original ideas that served to guide the founding and development of the United States.