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Oranges, mandarins, cedars, lemons and bergamots...

by Luca Stefano Cristini & L.S.Cristini

Curious and detailed collection of images of botanical subjects belonging to the citrus family, made by artists, scientists, biologists and anthropologists. Artists of the past engaged in the realization of...


Ph1

by Luca Quaiotti

This first book is a collection of the most significant images i made with different cameras including even some mobile phones are able to realize pictures of considerable quality. It is not an encyclopedia,...


Japanese Woodblock Prints in Miniature: The Genre of Surimono

by Kurt Meissner

This beautifully illustrated book, a collector's item, is based on the author's private collection of more than sixty years. It is a unique introduction to the background and aesthetic appreciation of the rare...


Photography: Theoretical Snapshots

by J.J. Long, Andrea Noble & Edward Welch

Over the past twenty-five years, photography has moved to centre-stage in the study of visual culture and has established itself in numerous disciplines. This trend has brought with it a diversification in...


Surveillance Means Security: Remixed War Propaganda

by Micah Ian Wright & J.R. Norton

Subversive and incendiary, this full-color poster book reworks classic war propaganda to comment on corporate corruption, domestic spying, election fraud, gay marriage, blind patriotism, the "War on Terror,"...


Printmaking Revolution

by Dwight Pogue

A tome of the newest advances in printmaking for today’s environmentally conscious art students, master printers, teachers, and artists

 

Etching, lithography, and screenprinting shouldn’t be harmful to the...