106 books (6 pages) in this category
by Juliet Hacking
by Daniel Magilow
by Peter Eve
Potent images of small-town Australia ...
by Pramod Kumar And Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar
by Amy Drucker
by Hoxton Mini Press
Dogs and photography have gone hand in paw almost since the medium was invented and our passion remains undiminished, with pictures of adorable, bright-eyed dogs all over the internet. The photographs in this book offer an alternative to all the
by Anthony Bailey
by Tina Brown
For the millions who adored the People's Princess, this lavish book celebrates Diana Spencer's life in pictures. Page after page of inside photos from the legendary National Geographic archives document the royal's most memorable moments in the ...
Offbeat Australia by Polaroid and Diana Camera
by David Marks
Photos from the road trip of our collective imagination ...
by Christos Gage
Having followed the Dire Wraiths across the galaxy, Rom finds they have infiltrated all levels of society, hiding in plain sight. Replacing many humans in key leadership positions, the Wraiths' plan to dominate the planet--and everyone on it--is
by Trinita Kennedy
The Snaps Series
by Michael Clinton
<p><br></p><div>Traveler extraordinaire Michael Clinton is back with the second instalment in his <i>Snaps Series</i> that defines sense of place in some of the world’s most beautiful yet essentially unexplored locations. Following his glimpse ...
by Mark Laita
by Mark Laita
by Peter Lindbergh
Peter Lindbergh is wary of society's fixation on outlandishly retouched women. Shadows on the Wall offers a stunning curation of truly individual, intimate images, with hardly any retouching or makeup. Lindbergh shows profound compassion for ...
by Catherine Walworth
by Mike Johnson
The Vulcan philosophy of celebrating "Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations" is one of acceptance, but can the universe accept the simultaneous existence of multiple realities? It's a team up for the ages as numerous incarnations of Kirk, ...
by John Byrne
Three all new adventures! First, pulled down to a world made entirely of water, the <i>Enterprise</i> is in danger of literally flooding. Spock and McCoy discover a sinister purpose behind this bizarre planet in "What Pain It Is To Drown." Then,
by Georges Didi-Huberman
by Ransom Riggs
With the candid quirkiness of Awkward Family Photos and the confessional intimacy of PostSecret, Ransom Riggs's Talking Pictures is a haunting collection of antique found photographs-with evocative inscriptions that bring these lost personal ...