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Examples of Greek and Pompeian Decorative Work

by James Watt

This hard-to-find study by a Victorian-era architect presents precise and detailed renderings of antiquities from Greece and southern Italy. Scottish artist, architect, and jeweler James Cromar Watt (1862–1940)...


This New Noise

by Charlotte Higgins

Charlotte Higgins, the Guardian's chief culture writer, steps behind the polished doors of Broadcasting House and investigates the BBC. Based on her hugely popular essay series, this personal journey answers...


How Music Got Free: The End of an Industry, the Turn of the Century, and the Patient Zero of Piracy

by Stephen Witt

“[How Music Got Free] has the clear writing and brisk reportorial acumen of a Michael Lewis book.”—Dwight Garner, The New York Times

What happens when an entire generation commits the same crime?

How Music...


Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy

by Judd Apatow

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

From the writer and director of Knocked Up and the producer of Freaks and Geeks comes a collection of intimate, hilarious conversations with the biggest names in comedy from the past...


The Saddest Music Ever Written: The Story of Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings

by Thomas Larson

An exploration of the cultural impact of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, the Pieta´ of music, and its enigmatic composer. "Whenever the American dream suffers a catastrophic setback, Barber’s Adagio...


Teresa Margolles and the Aesthetics of Death

by Julia Banwell

This is the first book to be published on work produced by the contemporary Mexican artist Teresa Margolles throughout her career since the 1990s.


The War on Terror: post-9/11 television drama, docudrama and documentary

by Stephen Lacey & Derek Page

This book deals with significant televisual responses to the events of 9/11 and the subsequent 'war on terror', with a focus on programmes from the UK and USA.


Audrey Hepburn, An Elegant Spirit: A Son Remembers

by Sean Hepburn Ferrer

Now in paperback, an intimate look at the woman the world adored, by the son who adored her with unique photos, drawings, and other rare Audrey memorabilia.

She dazzled millions as Gigi. Eliza Doolittle. Holly...


Byron Birdsall's Alaska

by Byron Birdsall & Dana Stabenow

These illustrations of historic Alaska by Byron Birdsall, one of the state's most renowned artists, portray the territory from the beginning of the twentieth century through the first decades after Alaska achieved...


Where D'Ya Put Yer Willy?

by Jeff Kristian

Upon the sudden death of Jewish drag queen Letitia Von Schabernacket, closeted Essex geezer Michael is left a small fortune and fifty per cent shares in a notorious Soho drag club, Sugar Sugar. But to inherit,...


 Italy - The color of the light between the sea and the mountains

by Natalia Danioni

Art be a world without borders and can take various forms . Among these "photography". I try to find the light in each photo that I do . In every landscape I try to find : particulary , special and unique. I...


The Boudoir Photography Cookbook: 60 Recipes for Tempting Photos

by Jennifer Rozenbaum

Jen Rozenbaum presents sixty essential skills that will help you to fine-turn every aspect of your boudoir shoot. She begins with a look into what qualifies as boudoir, identifies the subgenres of boudoir portraiture,...


Visual Research Methods in Fashion

by Julia Gaimster

This book is unique in that it covers the visual research process and detail and relates it not only to fashion design but also to all areas of the fashion industry.


Engaging the Past: Mass Culture and the Production of Historical Knowledge

by Alison Landsberg

Reading films, television dramas, reality shows, and virtual exhibits, among other popular texts, Engaging the Past examines the making and meaning of history for everyday viewers. Contemporary media can encourage...


The Luck Archive: Exploring Belief, Superstition, and Tradition

by Mark Menjivar & Harrell Fletcher

Artist Mark Menjivar was in an antique bookshop in Fort Wayne, Indiana, when he found 4 four-leaf clovers pressed between the yellowed pages of an aged copy of 1000 Facts Worth Knowing. Their discovery beguiled...


Passing on Curves: While Death Rides Shotgun

by Craig D McLaughlin

In gripping essays from his stage performances, Craig McLaughlin travels a road where death lurks around every turn. At birth, he almost bleeds to death because of hemophilia. Despite the odds, he survives to...


Aesthetic Theology and Its Enemies: Judaism in Christian Painting, Poetry, and Politics

Scottish Cathedrals

by Dugald Butler

Architecture is a great stone book in which nations have recorded their annals, before the days of the printing-press: have written their thoughts, expressed their aspirations, and embodied their feelings as...


The Angry Brigade

by James Graham

Its government has declared a vicious class war. A one-sided war . . . We have started to fight back . . . with bombs.

Against a backdrop of Tory cuts, high unemployment and the deregulated economy of 1970s Britain,...


The Hunchback in Hellenistic and Roman Art

by Lisa Trentin

The subject of deformity and disability in the ancient Greco-Roman world has experienced a surge in scholarship over the past two decades. Recognizing a vast, but relatively un(der)explored, corpus of evidence,...