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by luke kurtisThe Language of History: A Greenwich Village Artist Remembers 9/11 is an intimate collection of work by interdisciplinary artist luke kurtis. The artist, a long time resident of Greenwich Village, witnessed the 9/11 attacks from the street near his home at 9th Street and 6th Avenue. This book collects a selection of his photography and writing created in response to the tragedy.
by David SornbergerParis: Photography by David Sornberger offers a visual feast of the City of Light. Over 100 pages of quintessential Paris photographs captures the city's mélange of streets, squares, gardens, fountains, monuments and its famous lights at night. Stroll through the streets of Paris and share the author's love of this spectacular city through the gorgeous images.
by Robert DashMy book celebrates in photographs, scanning electron micrographs and poetry, multiple layers of natural beauty on a half acre of rocky meadow shouldering Washington State's Salish Sea. It presents a way of seeing nature close up, attending to stunning patterns, textures and metaphors on a wild, contemplative, miniature hike.
by Mitch DowellDesigned to Go The Distance touches upon many career and lifestyle issues specific to those in creative career fields – cultural topics that are not often talked about or adequately prepared for. Whether you are a graphic designer, artist, fashion designer, songwriter or a solo entrepreneur - or even a non-creative who needs to understand the mentality and culture more in-depth, Designed to Go The Distance is sure to be an engaging and informative read.
by Edward Henrion
Satirical drawings that constitute a no-holds-barred commentary on the New York and world scene as he experienced it during a significant era from his Greenwich Village vantage-point. An equal-opportunity offender with a keen eye for the absurdities of the human condition, his subjects included art, literary and political luminaries as well as everyman/everywoman. Includes critical essay by arts journalist, Ed McCormack.
by Edward Henrion
A satirical look at life and love in the mid twentieth century as seen by master satirist Edward Henrion. With a keen eye for the absurdities of the human condition and without regard to political correctness, no one escapes the sword of his pen. An equal-opportunity offender, his subjects range from literary and art celebrities, religious icons, political luminaries to everyman and everywoman. Includes critical essay by arts journalist, Ed McCormack.
by J. K. HutchisonMy intention for this book is to take the reader with me on a journey to see the beauty surrounding us that we never take the time to see. If I can take your mind off your troubles for an hour or two and maybe even make you chuckle, then the book and I have both served our purpose. The best times of my life have been spent standing on a mountaintop, marveling at a field of wildflowers, or sitting by a stream while listening to the bugle of a bull elk. I have been blessed to live in one of the mo... more
by Ted SchiffmanA Toad's Adverture takes us on a whimsical and rhyming photographic journey into the Lilliputian world of toads, frogs, and treefrogs. In this delightful tale, we follow “Toad” on his adventure from his backyard habitat through the forest to the swamplands to find his cousin “Treefrog.” Join “Toad” on his journey into the unknown and share with him many mysterious encounters. In this adventure we also learn about: protecting the environment and caring for our planet, respect for others differ... more
by Laine Cunningham
Berlin nurtures a true bike culture. Bikes weave around cars, whirl down sidewalks, and lean against every building. Clusters of bikes are chained to every available post, sign, and handrail. These humble vehicles are a quintessential part of life in Berlin.
Because they're so embedded in the lifestyle, they reflect a lot about the city and its citizens. Chipped paint, baskets, and even the chains used to secure the bikes speak of the people and the place.
During a two-month s... more
by Cindy Whitehead"It's Not About Pretty" is the FIRST hardcover book ever to be published on girls skateboarding. The 8x10 hardcover book is 144 pages and features 65 different skater girls- from ages 5 years to 54 years old. From pool riding, park, street, downhill, vert and cruising, to pro female skateboarders and soul skaters - this book covers it all. With powerful imagery by award-winning photographer Ian Logan, words and concept by 70's pro skater and Skateboard Hall of Fame inductee Cindy Whitehead,... more
by Alexander NivenThis book includes 25 challenges to be met in one week or less. But there is one condition: the photographs shall include the pages of this book. The person who gets the most likes will be the winner.
by Julianne Skai ArborWe enjoy being lost—or perhaps found—in wildness and the grandness of Nature. TreeGirl invites us into intimate contact with fifty magnificent tree species from her wild adventures in thirteen countries on four continents. Using a remote-control timer and a tripod, she photographs herself and others in sensual connection with the trees of the world. There has never been any other book like this. Weaving fine art photography, natural history, and personal essays on nature connection, conservation... more
by Ceriel van ArnemanWelcome to A Manual on Exposure in Photography. This book is unique and describes photography on a high level; it teaches how to observe sharply. This manual explains the theory and practice of setting the correct exposure for camera and Flash-gun. Whit the current filters, and film material, it is possible to take pictures under almost all circumstances. You can read how to use light, colour and photographic position, with minimum resources professional exposure and photographing. I myself take... more
by Alfred J. GarrottoInsight, inspiration, and encouragement for everyone engaged in the Arts. The Soul of Art invites professional and aspiring artists, writers, composers, singers, actors, dancers, musicians (of all instruments and genres), playwrights, potters, quilters, et al., to reflect on the intimate relationship between their gifts and talents and the Creator-Spirit, who inspires artists and uses their creations to speak hope, love, and compassion to our needy world. (Reflection questions and journaling p... more
by Alfred J. GarrottoInsight, inspiration, encouragement for everyone engaged in the Arts The Soul of Art invites professional and aspiring artists, writers, composers, singers, actors, dancers, musicians (of all instruments and genres), playwrights, potters, quilters, et al., to reflect on the intimate relationship between their gifts and talents and the Creator-Spirit, who inspires artists and uses their creations to speak hope, love, and compassion to our needy world. (Reflection questions and journaling pa... more
by Azzan Yadin-Israel
Authored by a leading scholar of biblical interpretation, The Grace of God and the Grace of Man sheds new light on Springsteen's work by examining the theological overtones of his lyrics. The book focuses on the themes of sin, grace, and the struggle within, and concludes with a section on Springsteen's reinterpretation of biblical narratives.