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10 Easy Steps to Break into the Industry: An Advanced Guide to Modeling and Acting

by Chloris C. Hall

This book is strictly for teaching you how to brand yourself.


A Dictionary of Costume and Fashion: Historic and Modern

by Mary Brooks Picken

Compendium defines over 10,000 words associated with wearing apparel and fashion. From bateau necklines to trilbys and vamps, words are grouped alphabetically according to dress parts, fabrics, and other style...


Technical Manual and Dictionary of Classical Ballet

by Gail Grant

From adagio to voyage, over 800 steps, movements, poses, and concepts are fully defined. A pronunciation guide and cross-references to alternate names for similar steps and positions also included.


China: A History of the Laws, Manners and Customs of the People

by John Henry Gray

This highly readable history dates from the late 19th century, starting with the earliest known legends of the "Middle Kingdom," and ranging forward to an intriguing series of portraits of the author's Chinese...


The Practical Builder: The Classic 18th-Century Handbook

by William Pain

This 1774 guidebook was a do-it-yourself manual for those who could not afford an architect's services. Annotated, meticulously rendered engravings depict cross-sections of chimney-pieces, ceilings, cornices,...


Eighty Drawings: Including "The Weaker Sex: The Story of a Susceptible Bachelor"

by Charles Dana Gibson

Reprint of Charles Dana Gibson's iconic drawings features numerous comic situations involving his celebrated Gibson Girl, an idealized vision of young American womanhood at the turn of the 20th century.


Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet-2nd edition

by Ross Brown

A first of its kind, all-in-one guide to creating short-form TV series for the Internet. Written in a hip and entertaining style in the language of the cyber generation, this book guides the aspiring videomaker...


Ornamental Designs from Architectural Sheet Metal: The Complete Broschart & Braun Catalog, ca. 1900

by Jacob Broschart & Wm. A. Braun

A must for architectural historians, restoration specialists and vintage home enthusiasts: 1,095 superbly rendered late Victorian-era designs, from bead enrichments and garlands to rosettes and lion heads.


Fanfares and Finesse: A Performer's Guide to Trumpet History and Literature

by Elisa Koehler

Unlike the violin, which has flourished largely unchanged for close to four centuries, the trumpet has endured numerous changes in design and social status from the battlefield to the bandstand and ultimately...


Meanwhile in San Francisco: The City in its Own Words

by Wendy MacNaughton

Take a stroll through the City by the Bay with renowned artist Wendy MacNaughton in this collection of illustrated documentaries. With her beloved city as a backdrop, a sketchbook in hand, and a natural sense...


Creative Block: Get Unstuck, Discover New Ideas. Advice & Projects from 50 Successful Artists

by Danielle Krysa

Creative block presents the most crippling—and unfortunately universal—challenge for artists. No longer! This blockbuster of a book is chock-full of solutions for overcoming all manner of artistic impediment....


Wild Ohio: The Best of Our Natural Heritage

by Jim McCormac & Gary Meszaros

A photographic documentation of the most outstanding natural habitats in Ohio"We hope this book never becomes an epitaph for what once was. Ohio is incredibly rich in biodiversity, possibly more so than any...


An Artist of the American Renaissance: The Letters of Kenyon Cox, 1883-1919

by H. Wayne Morgan

Kenyon Cox was born in Warren, Ohio, in 1856 to a nationally prominent family. He studied as an adolescent at the McMicken Art School in Cincinnati and later at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia....


Sustainable Solar Housing: Volume 1 - Exemplary Buildings and Technologies

by Robert S Hastings & Maria Wall

This far-reaching and authoritative two-volume set examines a range of potential solutions for low-energy building design, considering different strategies (energy conservation and renewable energy) and technologies...


Messiaen's Language of Mystical Love

by Siglind Bruhn

These new essays written specifically for this volume explore the various aspects of Olivier Messiaen's spiritually committed musical language, drawing on his own remarks in subheadings and prefaces, his biblical...


Architecture, Technology and Process

by Chris Abel

This new selection of essays follows Chris Abel's previous best selling collection, Architecture and Identity. Drawing upon a wide range of knowledge and disciplines, the author argues that, underlying technological...


Who Goes There - 50th Anniversary Edition

by Nick Griffiths

NEW UPDATED EDITION celebrating 50 years of Dr Who. Who Goes There is the sequel to Nick's hugely popular Doctor Who memoir, Dalek I Loved You. It's a travel book with Doctor Who at its core. Nick travels England...


The Pirate's Dilemma: How Youth Culture Is Reinventing Capitalism

by Matt Mason

It started with punk. Hip-hop, rave, graffiti, and gaming took it to another level, and now modern technology has made the ideas and innovations of youth culture increasingly intimate and increasingly global...


Language of Space

by Bryan Lawson

This unique guide provides a systematic overview of the idea of architectural space.

Bryan Lawson provides an ideal introduction to the topic, breaking down the complex and abstract terms used by many design...


The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art

by Don Thompson

Why would a smart New York investment banker pay twelve million dollars for the decaying, stuffed carcass of a shark? By what alchemy does Jackson Pollock’s drip painting No.5 1948 sell for $140 million?

'The...