398 books (20 pages) in this category
by Ashley Shannon
by Emma Lewis
<i>Isms- Understanding Photography </i>packs an enormous amount of detail into a handy, attractive guide tracing the evolution of photography through a series of interconnected trends, groups, themes and movements from the invention of the ...
by Randy Stradley
In 1989, writer Randy Stradley and acclaimed artist M.W. Kaluta released their comic adaptation of James Cameron's Academy Award-winning film <i>The Abyss</i>, the story of the crew of an experimental underwater drilling rig called Deepcore and ...
by John Severson
by Alessandra d`Urso
<p>Jubileum is an artistic reportage of the 2015–16 Jubilee of Mercy, the historic celebration of the Catholic Holy Year proclaimed by Pope Francis and centered around St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The Jubilee, held every 25 to 50 years since ...
by Ulises Farinas
Follow along as Dredd tries to restore order to a lawless land. <br><br>Dredd's future has always been a dystopia, but one that hovered between soul-crushing authoritarianism and total anarchy. Now, 10 years after the destruction of Mega-City ...
Aerial Photographs of Los Angeles and New York
by Jeffrey Milstein
<p>LA NY is a dazzling visual tale of two cities, Los Angeles and New York, photographed from the air, shooting straight down to emphasize the particular patterns of place and how the urban grid adapts to local topography and, indeed, how the ...
The Fields of Landscape Photography
by William A. Ewing
A Woman's War
by Hilary Roberts
by Eleanor Clayton
by Fusinato Marco
On the eve of <i>All the World's Futures</i> at the 2015 Venice Biennale, Schwartz City is pleased to announce the publication of <i>Let's Destroy Work</i>, the first major monograph on Marco Fusinato. A comprehensive overview of the past two ...
by Lewis Baltz
<p>This comprehensive book accompanies the first large retrospective exhibition of Lewis Baltz’s work following his passing in 2014. Lewis Baltz explores the artist’s oeuvre as a complex whole of interrelated series, from his first “Prototypes” ...
Photography on the Move
by Lindsay Smith
<p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">As <i>Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland</i> celebrates its 150th birthday, Lewis </span><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">Carroll remains one of Victorian culture’s most prominent and ...
"What if, in a world where millions of us can capture and share our lives instantly with one another, there was a place to bring the best of these images together? Now there is. <i>Life on Instagram</i> is the first and only annual of its kind.
by Christian Fletcher
<i>Light</i> brings together images from around Australia that unite light, composition and colour to create a breathtaking ode to landscape and country. It features 160 pages of full-colour photography by Christian Fletcher, taken throughout ...
by Thomas Ebelt
Europe has over 40,000 miles of coastline, stretching from the icy black waters of the Baltic to the deceptively serene Mediterranean. With many of Europe's countries bordering a sea, the need for lighthouses has spanned much of the continent ...
by Brandon Stanton
Street photographer and storyteller extraordinaire Brandon Stanton is the creator of the wildly popular blog "Humans of New York." He is also the author of the #1 <i>New York Times </i>bestseller <i><b>Humans of New York</b>.</i> To create ...
by Juliet Hacking
Creative projects for Polaroid, Plastic and Pinhold Cameras
by Adam Bronkhorst
<i>Lo-fi Photo Fun</i> is the ultimate inspirational and Illustrated with striking shots from lo-fi aficionados and organized by technique, this easy-to-follow guide - with simple step-by-step instructions and handy tips on camera quirks - will