Fairy Tale Architecture

By Andrew Bernheimer, Kate Bernheimer

Fairy Tale Architecture by Kate Bernheimer and Andrew Bernheimer dives deep into an architectural approach behind various tales to create a collection that weaves commentary, Q&A, and stunning designs. The sibling duo delivers fairy tales through the unique perspective of an architect. Have you ever...

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Gaze

By omó pastor

Gaze by Omó Pastor, Amanda Furdge, Bird Nefertiti, and Imani Jones is a powerful, moving, and timely collection exploring the generational trauma of being a Black man in America through the lens of the Black women (mothers, sisters, daughters, partners) who love (and have loved)...

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Finding Paris in India
By Brian Thomas

Paris of the 1920s, complete with its bohemians and artists, may no longer exist – at least, not in Paris. But, perhaps this ideal image of Paris does exist in another part of the world like Calcutta, India. Author and multimedia artist Brian Thomas ventured...

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Tuscany in July

An Invitation of a Lifetime
By Celia A. Milano

Celia A. Milano has not authored just another travel blog in Tuscany in July. So you won’t find a boring, here’s-what-I-did-last-summer read in this book. No, Celia invites you to take a journey to the Tuscany region of Italy and enjoy the sounds and sights...

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1 Facebook Post. 7 Days. 900 Photos. And Counting
By Chris Maltby

Challenge Accepted: 1 Facebook Post. 7 Days. 900 Photos. And Counting is a work of non-fiction in the photography subgenre that was created by Chris Maltby. As the title suggests, this unique work was inspired by a simple everyday post on Facebook. The author was...

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Around New Zealand In 14 Days

By Herman and Pamela Odijk

Around New Zealand In 14 Days by Herman and Pamela Odijk is their personal photo journal. They took four two-week Princess Cruises voyages to New Zealand between 2012 and 2015. Brief descriptions accompany many photos, and some are typical of what you would expect. Others,...

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Midnight Light

By Michael Pace, Brian Paglinco

Midnight Light by Michael Pace and Brian Paglinco is a hauntingly beautiful poetry book about love, death, and redemption. This book is also written as tangible proof of the almost 30-year friendship between the authors. Each poem is accompanied by an artistic photo of a...

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Artwords

By Beatriz M. Robles

Creative writing comes in several forms, three of which creatively mix two forms of communicative expression into a single piece meant to evoke emotional participation and meaningful understanding. In her original creative work, Artwords, Beatriz M. Robles playfully explores these modern forms using calligrams, photographs...

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Mannequins

Stories of the First Supermodel
By Brandy Isadora

Mannequins: Stories of the First Supermodel by Brandy Isadora is a non-fiction coffee table art photography book that revolves around its titular topic: the mannequin. Known to most as the life-sized but not quite lifelike figures of men, women, and children wearing retail clothing or...

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Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America

By Elizabeth Raney

Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America by Elizabeth Raney is a nonfiction book that captures a historical and cultural phenomenon in the United States. The author takes an incisive look at two personalities that deeply influenced the cultural trends in the 1950s and...

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