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Waterborne Pageants and Festivities in the Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J.R. Mulryne

by Margaret Shewring & Assistant Editor & Linda Briggs

As the first book-length study of waterborne festivities in Renaissance and early modern Europe, this collection of essays draws on a rich array of sources, many previously un-researched, to explore aspects...


Emotional Rooms: The Sensual Interiors of Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz

by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz

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the sensual interiors of benjamin noriega-ortiz

Named by House Beautiful as one of "America's Most Brilliant Decorators" for ten consecutive years, Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz is recognized as...


GHOSTS BEHIND THE SUN: Memphis: Splendor, Enigma & Death

by Tav Falco

Ghost Behind The Sun, Tav Falco's sprawling study of Memphis, begins with the Civil War massacre at Fort Pillow, the Yellow Fever epidemic of 1878 and the grisly murders of the Harp Brothers. Falco traces these...


WHITE RIOT: A?BRIEF?HISTORY?OF?VIETNAM?WAR PROTEST?ELEMENTS IN?CINEMA

by Jack Hunter

The latter part of the 1960s saw the advent of a small, short-lived genre of Vietnam War-related cinema - the "peacenik/draft-dodger" movie, in which student anti-war demonstrations and ruses used by America's...


MUYBRIDGE: THE EYE IN MOTION

by Stephen Barber

All contemporary visual culture can be traced directly back to the work of Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904), whose prolific and inspirational experiments in moving-image photography, animation and projection shattered...


LAS HURDES: A Film By Luis Bunuel

by Jack Hunter

LAS HURDES (1932), the third film by Spanish director Luis Buñuel, is now regarded as the first ever "surrealist documentary". Buñuel's view of the impoverished and disease-stricken land of the blighted Hurdanos...


THE MOBSTER WHO TOOK OVER MASSACRE JUNGLE: Vintage Men's Adventure Covers: Jungle Horror

by John Dodd

Men's adventure magazines of the 1950s and 1960s were a lurid form of pulp publishing which specialised in stories of cruelty and savagery, often in exotic settings. The jungles of Africa, South America and...


Salpetriere: Horror Chamber of the Sexual Lunatics

by Jean-Martin Charcot & John Dodd

The invention of "female hysteria" and accompanying photographic experiments by Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot were condemned by some as "sexually depraved", but hailed by Andre Breton and the Surrealists as the visual...


Horrors Of War (Volume 2): Death, Atrocity And Battle Card Art

by Various Artists

Bayoneted, beheaded, blasted to bits by bombs - death and bloody carnage were the highlights of the infamous 1938 trading card series "Horrors Of War", which depicted alternating scenes from three contemporary...


1,000 BRIDES FOR HITLER'S BEAST OF HORROR: Vintage Men's Adventure Covers: Nazi Horror

by John Dodd

Men's adventure magazines were a form of pulp publishing which flourished in 1950s and 1960s America, pandering to the cruelty and lust of young men with luridly illustrated stories of war, sleaze and savagery....


Civil War News: The Classic Card Series

by Various Artists

In 1962, the Topps company published two of the most accomplished - and controversial - trading card series of the century, "Mars Attacks" and "Civil War News", both marked by scenes of extreme gore and sadistic...


Monsu Desiderio: 40 Paintings By An Art Enigma

by Monsu Desiderio

Monsu Desiderio was the 17th century art enigma whose epic and phantasmic canvases are now believed to be the collaborative work of two or more Naples-based artists, principally Francois de Nome. De Nome/Desiderio's...


Horrors Of War (Volume 1): Death, Atrocity And Battle Card Art

by Various Artists

Bayoneted, beheaded, blasted to bits by bombs - death and bloody carnage were the highlights of the infamous 1938 trading card series "Horrors Of War", which depicted alternating scenes from three contemporary...


Rapid Eye 2: The Plague Yard

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 2 contains "The...


Rapid Eye 1: From Atavism To Zyklon B

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 1 includes an in-depth...


Rapid Eye 3: From Wasteland To Utopia

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 3 includes in-depth...


Sadism And Surrealism: The Marquis de Sade and the Surrealists

by Candice Black

The Marquis de Sade (1740-1814) was one of the key figures identified by André Breton in his Surrealist Manifestos as inspirational to the whole Surrealist movement. Sade's importance to the Surrealists and...


Naked By Night: Vintage Burlesque Poses

by Jean Le Baptiste

NAKED BY NIGHT is a special ebook collection of 50 vintage burlesque poses from the 1950s and 1960s, featuring classic photographs of glamour girls, showgirls and strippers. The golden age stars on view range...


Taiheiki Warriors: Classic Ukiyo-e Designs

by Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshiiku

The Taiheiki, a 14th-century war epic presenting scenes from the Nanboku-cho period (1334-1392), is one of the key works of early Japanese literature. The book was first popularized in Japanese art by musha-e...


Art, Riot, Terror: The 60s Tokyo Avant-Garde: Mishima, Hijikata, Oshima

by Stephen Barber

This book explores the unique and volatile art scene of 1960s Tokyo, and its connections to the culture of violent rioting and street-protest which developed across that decade, in intimate contact with avant-garde...