Books by Publisher: TASCHEN

    Robert Crumb. Sketchbook. Vol. 2: 1968-1975

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    More from the Crumb tray The second volume from America''s most controversial cartoonist It''s the old story. When TASCHEN released the first limited edition of R. Crumb Sketchbooks: 1982-2011, fans drooled over the gorgeous packaging of this six-volume boxed set, the artist''s thoughtful editing, the hand-written introduction, marbleized page edges,...

    Fritz Kahn. Infographics Pioneer

    By Thilo von Debschitz

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    Natural science buffs, graphics professionals, and anyone interested in the visual expression of ideas will be fascinated by this tribute to Fritz Kahn, the German infographics pioneer who excelled in the demystification of complex scientific ideas and whose inspired creative concepts have influenced generations of artists and communicators...

    Man Ray

    By Katherine Ware

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    Paperback £14.46

    From multiple exposure and solarization to creating his own brand of photograms termed "rayography": Man Ray's technical innovations and ethereal imagery shook avant-garde Paris to its core. Breaking down boundaries between photography, poetry, and design to create ethereal and poetic expressions, the polymath modernist pioneered a new chapter...

    Winsor McCay. The Airship Adventures of Little Nemo

    By Alexander Braun

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    Let your imagination fly and join Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in his airship adventures to the moon, Mars, and across the United States. These 69 installments published between 1910 and 1911 offer some of the most thrilling artwork and pioneering narrative in McCay's oeuvre. An introduction from art historian Alexander...

    Egon Schiele. The Complete Paintings 1909-1918

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    A century after his death, Egon Schiele continues to stun with his contorted lines, distorted bodies, and eroticism. This XXL-sized book features the complete catalogue of his paintings from 1909-1918. Nearly 600 illustrations are presented, many of them newly photographed, alongside expert insights and Schiele's personal writings in this...

    Mario Testino. Undressed

    By Carine Roitfeld

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    Paperback £17.45

    In this revealing publication, Mario Testino presents a 50-part series exploring the intersection of art, anatomy, fashion, and eroticism. Coinciding with an exhibition at the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin, these works center on the naked body, blurring the line between public and private personas as well as laying Testino's...

    Tree Houses. Fairy-Tale Castles in the Air

    By Philip Jodidio

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    The essential book for admirers of arboreal ateliers everywhere, this whimsical collection showcases 50 of the finest tree houses around the world. Whether serving as a lofty eyrie for childhood adventures or a unique luxury hotel amid the branches, these are some of the most fantastic human roosts in the...

    100 Contemporary Brick Buildings

    By Philip Jodidio

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    This two-volume set tours the world to cover the most exciting and innovative brick buildings of the past 15 years. The collection features new talents as well as established stars and showcases the use of brick across diverse buildings, from Tate Modern Switch House by Herzog & De Meuron to...

    Holbein

    By Norbert Wolf

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    Get to grips with the astonishing brushwork of Hans Holbein the Younger, a painter shaped by religion, Renaissance, and Reformation, whose remarkable canon includes commissioned devotional works as well as penetrating portraits, most famously of the Tudor court of Henry VIII.

    Rockwell

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    From prom scenes to Thanksgiving spreads, returning servicemen to smiling boy scouts, the works of Norman Rockwell are imbued with optimism, patriotism, community, and family. Brimming with wholesome cheer, they say as much about his artistic talents as they do about the popular values and aspirations of 20th-century America.

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