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This publication tells all about Hajime Sorayama, an illustrator renowned for heightened realism, eroticism, and fantasy worlds. This book includes everything from around 25 new illustrations (the majority of which are published for the first time in this volume) to the uproariously funny musings and conceptual notes written in the keenly mordant wit of Sorayama. This book is also the first to trace Sorayama's artwork production process from sketch to... more...

Illustrated with colour paintings of the US 8th Air Force in action in World War II, this book features air combat scenes, on-board situations, images of the British bases, and the aircraft themselves, reliving the atmosphere of an awesome air war. Some of the artists actually flew with the "Eighth". The volume is illustrated by artists from both America and Britain.

A beautifully designed and darkly comic collection of work, The Essential David Shrigley collects together the best of Shrigley's work, old and new. It is a celebration of the surreal world of one of our finest contemporary artists.

From the Parisian studio of E. A. Seguy comes this dazzling portfolio of authentic Art Deco designs of the 1920s. This essential set gathers 152 full-color examples of the French artist's best and most beautiful work, featuring vivid floral patterns, exquisite butterflies, and colorful animal motifs originally designed for textiles and wallpaper.

From St. Peter’s Basilica to the Capitoline Hill, this unique resource—part biography, part history, and part travel guide—provides an intimate portrait of the relationship between Michelangelo and the city he restored to artistic greatness. Lavishly illustrated and richly informative, this travel companion tells the story of Michelangelo’s meteoric rise, his career marked by successive artistic breakthroughs, his tempestuous relations with... more...


Dave Nestler has made a career of illustrating impossibly beautiful women, creating some of the most breathtaking paintings you've ever had dancing through your fondest naughty thoughts. Although it may seem like magic, there's a staggering amount of study and technique involved in the creation of such works. You think staring at pretty girls all day long is easy? Fun, sure, but easy? Nestler lets you roam through pages and pages of delightful detailed... more...

Posted to Canada examines, for the first time, the immense body of work created by George Dartnell, a British army surgeon stationed in Canada from 1835 to 1844. Dartnell, an accomplished and popular surgeon, sketched more than 150 scenes of a pristine Canada of dense forests, clear lakes and rough-edged beauty during his nine-year posting -- all of which form an important part of Canada's pre-photographic visual history. In this, the first book on... more...

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This book shares large full-color images and profiles each of the amazingly talented artists that discuss their sketchbooks and how they use them.   People are fascinated by artist's sketchbooks. They offer a glimpse into private pages where artists brainstorm, doodle, develop and work on ideas, and keep track of their musings. Artists use these journals to document their daily lives, produce their initial ideas for bigger projects, and practice their... more...

As one of the most influential and inspirational graphic designers of the twentieth century, Paul Rand defined modern American graphic design. His iconic logo designs for IBM, UPS, and the ABC television network distilled the essences of modernity for his corporate patrons. His body of work includes advertising, poster, magazine, and book designscharacterized by simplicity and a wit uniquely his own. His ability to discuss design with insight and humor... more...