P IS FOR PEANUT | Author: Jody A. Roberts and Lisa Gelber
This delightful volume uses twenty-six great photographs from the J. Paul Getty Museum's collection to show children the alphabet in action - and teach them some interesting ways to look at, and wonder about, works of art.
Included are photographs by such masters as Walker Evans, Julia Margaret Cameron, Andre Kertesz, Weegee, Dorothea Lange, and Henri Cartier-Bresson. "P is for Peanut" can be enjoyed by children and by their parents, too: readers of all ages will appreciate its beautiful and witty design and its playful juxtapositions of words and images.
204 x 209 x 11mm
Detective Special | Author: Prudence Murphy
Detective Special invites us to examine our response to guns – the gun as fetish, the gun as purchasable part, the gun transcending the world of play and moving across...
Annie Leibovitz: The Early Years, 1970–1983 | Author: Luc Sante
Annie Leibovitz began working as a photographer in the early 1970s, which was a volatile and frenetic time in America. The lines had yet to be drawn between journalists and...
Illustration Now! Fashion | Author: Julius Wiedemann
Every dress begins with a drawing, every skirt with a sketch. Illustration is integral to fashion design not only as a means of expression, and the starting point of every...