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  • Caroline Andrieu Fashion Illustrations [update]
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    Last year we reviewed the gorgeous illustrations of Paris-based, Slovakian artist Caroline Andrieu, since then she updated her portfolio with even more gorgeous drawings. She continues to work with pen & ink to create this illustrative perfection. Love her style so much that I would definitely place her in my top 5 fav' fashion illustrators!
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  • NY Through The Lens - The Book! I am super... | NY Through the Lens - New York City Photography
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    NY Through The Lens - The Book! I am super excited to announce this news! My New York City photography book is currently available for pre-sale and sale on Amazon! All of the photos in this post are in the book. Here are some Questions and Answers about the book: I live in the United States or Canada. What is the link to use to order the book? Use this link if you have a United States or Canada shipping address: NY Through the Lens I live in the UK, Australia, or New Zealand. What are the links to use to order the book? Use this link if you have a UK shipping address: New York Through the Lens - UK Edition Use this link if you have an Australia or New Zealand shipping address: New York Through the Lens - Australian Edition I live in other parts of the world. How can I purchase the book? The book is available in the English language on Amazon throughout most of Europe (and parts of Asia). If you go to your country’s Amazon and search for: NY Through The Lens, my book will show up. This is your own country’s option for purchasing the book. Just remember that the shipping will be local and the currency will be friendly to where you live but the book will be in English. If you live in other parts of Europe, you may also be able to order the book from Amazon.co.uk which offers free or reduced shipping to parts of Europe outside of the United Kingdom. What are the release dates for the book? United States and Canada release date in stores (it’s available online now!): November 24, 2014. UK, Australia and New Zealand release date: October 7, 2014 (it’s available now!). New Question! - I really want a signed copy of the book. Is this possible? My publisher has made a limited number of signed copies available as of October 25th, 2014. To order a limited edition signed copy of the book, simply use the order form on this page: NY Through The Lens - Signed Copy The limited edition signed copy will be signed by me personally. New Question! - Will there be any book launch related events in NYC or other parts of the world? Great question! The answer is: yes. There will be a few book events happening which I will be able to share details about closer to the book’s United States release date (November 24th). Exciting times. I also may be in London this winter at some point and should that happen I will definitely be doing a few book events as well. New Question! - Is there an e-book edition of the book available? Yes, there is. It is available on my publisher’s website here as either a standalone e-book or you can purchase a regular print edition of the book bundled with an e-book: NY Through The Lens - E-Book New Question! Will the book be releasing in physical stores as well? Yes! It will be at major retailers like Barnes and Noble here in the United States as well as many other retailers in the US and UK. Here is a new page with an ongoing listing of physical retail and online locations to purchase the book: NY Through The Lens - Book - Retail Locations The list is ongoing as I mentioned above. There are other retailers that will be stocking it like the Tenement Museum giftshop here in New York City, for example. More stores will be added to the list closer to the book’s release. New Question! I work for traditional or online publications and would love to review the book. How do I get in touch with you? Feel free to use my contact form. Do you have any photos of what the book looks like? Here is what the cover looks like: The cover and physical book together: Some sample pages: View images of more sample pages and the cover over at this album: NY Through The Lens Book Images How many pages are in the book? What are the formats? The United States and Canada version of the book is paperback and consists of 192 pages of photography and writing by yours truly. The UK, Australia, and New Zealand version of the book is hardcover and consists of 192 pages of photography and writing. ***Edited this section. The page counts actually match but Amazon has the wrong info listed. For anyone who was previously wondering… —- General questions: What
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    I Love the bleeding ink and splashes of water color from Stockholm-based illustrator Amelie Hegardt. Definitely a trademark of her gorgeous fashion illustrations. Hegardt is in the same agency as my fav' fashion illustrator Laura Laine , the Swedish based agency called Darling Management. Unfortunately she does not have a website, but you can see plenty more of her work here.
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