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Vintage Tattoo Flash
Vintage Tattoo Flash Jonathan Shaw
Vintage Tattoo Flash is a one-of-a-kind visual exploration of the history and evolution of tattooing in America. A luscious, offset-printed, hardcover tome—a beautiful and serious addition to the understanding of one of the world’s oldest and most popular art forms.
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Advanced Style Older and Wiser
Advanced Style Older and Wiser Ari Seth Cohen
The follow up to our bestselling Advanced Style will feature more senior street style and inspiration from all over the globe. In this new edition Cohen shares his work from the past few years including some of the world's best-dressed and creative older gentlemen.
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In Honor of the the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Updated Second Edition
In Honor of the the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Updated Second Edition Dana Gluckstein
Updated second edition. This collection of iconic photographs by Dana Gluckstein honors Indigenous Peoples worldwide. Gluckstein, whether photographing a Haitian healer or a San Bushman elder, succeeds in distilling the universality of experience that links us all without diminishing the dignity of the individual. DIGNITY includes more than 100 of Gluckstein’s black-and white duotone portraits, made over three decades. The photographs express the theme of tribes in transition by capturing a fleeting period of world history where traditional and contemporary cultures collide.
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Vivian Maier
Vivian Maier Vivian Maier
Street Photographer
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John Wayne
John Wayne The Estate Of John Wayne
An undisputed American icon, John Wayne is recognized the world over for his signature drawl and confident swagger; the ultimate personification of American courage and honor.
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The Daughters Of Chibok
The Daughters Of Chibok Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode
In the middle of the night on April 14, 2014, terrorist group, Boko Haram, abducted 276 girls from their secondary school’s dormitory in the town of Chibok, northeastern Nigeria. Over the following days, 57 girls managed to escape. For two years, 219 girls remained missing.
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Photographer Donna Ferrato goes on a radical 50-year road trip across the USA as women fight for equality in the bedroom and the boardroom. Holy follows her journey from the sexual revolution of the ’60s through the #metoo era of today.
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Art on Deck
Art on Deck Byron Hawes
An invaluable resource, Art on Deck represents the most cohesive examination to date of Supreme's skateboard output.
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Object Oriented
Object Oriented Byron Hawes
A complete anthology of 25 years of Supreme's accessories, Object Oriented is a never-before-seen comprehensive study of the New York skate brand's ongoing collaborative foray into the world of object design.
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BOGO Byron Hawes
BOGO is an abbreviation for "Box Logo," which is what Supreme's logo is coloquialy known as.
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The Art of Sneakers
The Art of Sneakers Ivan Dudynsky
A unique collection of works from 20 very different creative minds, THE ART OF SNEAKERS shines a light on the next-level creativity springing from the Jordan Generation.
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Our Voices, Our Streets
Our Voices, Our Streets Kevin Bubriski
The American street has always been the public place of political and cultural expression. This collection of images by Kevin Bubriski covers a decade of American expression that began on January 20, 2001 with the inauguration of George W. Bush and ends with the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon in New York City in October 2011.
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The Earth Will Come To Laugh And To Feast
The Earth Will Come To Laugh And To Feast Roger Ballen
The Earth Will Come to Laugh and Feast is a poetic journey through a carefully curated selection of internationally revered artist, Roger Ballen's photographs. Italian poet, Gabriele Tinti, reflects on Ballen’s images with original texts written in the form of elegies, prayers, and laments.
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Pictures on the Radio - From The Frontlines of History with NPR News
Pictures on the Radio - From The Frontlines of History with NPR News Gilkey, David
PICTURES ON THE RADIO compiles the work of David Gilkey, a celebrated conflict photographer who helped NPR bring vivid life to big and small stories with global impact. Known for chronicling pain and beauty in war and conflict, he was on assignment in Helmand, Afghanistan in 2016 when he and NPR’s Afghan interpreter, Zabihullah Tamanna were killed by a Taliban ambush of their convoy. Considered one of the best photojournalists in the world, his death made headlines around the country and the globe.
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