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  • Vintage Book Covers
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    Dell Books - Dead Wrong. #vintage #book #cover #pulpart #paperback #illustration | See more about pulp art, vintage book covers and vintage books.
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  • Dan Wynn Photographer
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    Dan Wynn (1920 - 1995) was an award-winning editorial, portrait, and advertising photographer and film director. During his 45-year career, his work was published in many high-profile American magazines, including Esquire Magazine, New York Magazine, Travel + Leisure, Seventeen, Time, Newsweek, Harper's Bazaar, McCall's Magazine and Women's Day. He also provided covers for books, record albums, and international magazines (sometimes with himself as his model). Born in Chicago in 1920, his family moved to Los Angeles when he was twelve. He attended the prestigious Chouinard Art Institute alternating his education at the University of California. Serving in the US Army Air Force during World War II, Wynn learned how to take pictures and run a photo lab and, back in Los Angeles after the war, he attended the well-known Art Center School: while still a student, there he won the Condé Nast Photo Contest. Wynn moved to New York in 1947 and got his editorial start at Seventeen, where he quickly became successful shooting fashion. He went on to shoot major accounts for top advertising agencies including Revlon and memorable campaigns for clients as diverse as International Paper, Van Raalte and Maidenform and Ford cars, while continuing his photojournalist work covering events such as Le Mans auto racing. Wynn's New York studio was a busy place. His portraiture and photo essays included entertainers Jimmy Durante, Dolly Parton, artists Salvador Dalí and musicians Duke Ellington, Luciano Pavarotti, Louis Armstrong, television personalities Carol Burnett, Sid Caesar, movie stars Robert DeNiro, Katharine Hepburn, Dustin Hoffman, Al Pacino, film directors, Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, François Truffaut, fashion models Suzy Parker and Jane Fonda in the early days of her career and such national figures as President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, Rose Kennedy, Norman Mailer, Gloria Steinem and the very young Bill Gates (for a Newsweek cover). With Malcolm Forbes, Wynn traveled the world photographing their trip in the Forbes private plane. Wynn was a long-standing member of ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers). His photography was recognized with numerous awards from The New York Art Directors Club, Communication Arts and the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and in 1976 his photographs were included in The Family of Man photography exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Dan Wynn's photography has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery for their permanent collection and has been seen in New York City at the Bonni Ben Rubi Gallery among others, and the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Wynn's editorial spreads of beautiful people and places in international cities, pubs, vineyards, and restaurants brought him into contact with food writer James Beard. He first photographed Beard in 1963, and remained Beard's semi-official photographer until the latter's death, providing photographs for book covers, Beard's various articles, recipes and food columns. In the process, he became one of America's most renowned food photographers.
  • The Swinging Sixties — 1960s fashion illustrations.
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    1960s fashion illustrations.
  • Assaf Frank, 1971 Misty morning in Venice
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    Assaf Frank was born in Israel 1971, and spent his childhood playing on the farmland where his parents work. He went on to have a successful career in IT, travelling the world, which inspired his passion for photography. During this time he began to build a collection of high quality digital images combining his photography skills with his computer knowledge to produce beautiful colour manipulations. In 2008 he became a full time photographer and his images are now published around the world on products, greetings cards and wall art.
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  • LUXE City Guides Fashion Gift Box
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    Navigate the world's fashion capitals like an insider with LUXE City Guides' set. Tucked neatly into a midnight-blue linen box are five essential guides for London, Paris, Milan, New York and Sydney that succinctly advise on everything from where to shop to finding a superb meal. Perfectly sized for your clutch or pocket, each folded booklet comes with a plastic case to protect it from tears or spills. LUXE London: fifth edition; published: 2013; publisher: LUXE limited; ISBN: 978-988-8132-33-1. LUXE Paris: sixth edition; published: 2013; publisher: LUXE limited; ISBN: 978-988-8000-89-0. LUXE Milan: fourth edition; published: 2014; publisher: LUXE limited; ISBN: 978-988-8132-48-5. LUXE New York: sixth edition; published: 2014; publisher: LUXE limited; ISBN: 978-988-8132-54-6. LUXE Sydney: ninth edition: published: 2013; publisher: LUXE limited; ISBN: 978-988-8132-37-9.
  • BRITISH VOGUE | Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the...
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    Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the vintage-inspired Kate shoot inside the December 2007 issue.
  • BRITISH VOGUE | Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the...
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    Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the vintage-inspired Kate shoot inside the December 2007 issue.
  • BRITISH VOGUE | Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the...
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    Lachlan Bailey photographed Kate Moss for the vintage-inspired Kate shoot inside the December 2007 issue.
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