Where I Find Myself is the first major single book retrospective of one of America's leading photographers. The book is organized in inverse chronological order and spans Meyerowitz's entire career to date. It covers all of his great projects: his photos inspired by the artist Morandi, his work on trees, his exclusive coverage of Ground Zero, his trips in the footsteps of Robert Frank across the US, his experiments comparing color and black and white pictures, and of course his iconic street photography work.
A dazzling visual history of fantasy art, from Romanticism in the 18th century to the origins of steampunk in the Industrial Revolution to the modern era, this book by acclaimed Japanese writer Hiroshi Unno offers a never-before-seen level of historical analysis and illustrative detail in respect to fantasy art and literature.
All of the works featured in this book are from the exceptional personal collection of Koichi Yumoto, a historian and former curatorial director of the Kawasaki City Museum whose commentary on the works and history of yokai is included in the book
An in-depth exploration of Japanese color theory told through the lens of a rare antique kimono collection, each spread in this exquisite book presents a single color and its meaning in the context of Japanese culture from highly regarded Japanese stylist and kimono antiquarian Katsumi Yumioka.
A visually stunning investigation of the work of some of the most in-demand and up-and-coming artists working in anime and manga today, placing the emphasis on illustrations featuring fantasy worlds such as celestial castles, pirate ships sailing through the clouds, an enchanted forest, and a space locomotive that runs in a neo-futuristic world.