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  • The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy
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    BOOK INFO - The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy. A Washington Square Press book published in 1968 (42nd printing). Softcover. SIZE - 466 pages / 4.25 x 6.4 x .9 inches CONDITION - Please see the images above for an accurate representation of what the book looks like, but... Some wear to the cover (particularly around the edges and at the corners). Some writing on the inside of the front cover. ON THE BACK COVER - The Return of the Native has been rightly called a work of genius. Set in the vast, brooding heathlands of England, it lays bare the frailties of human love, its warmth and self-sacrifice, its cruelty and unreasoned passions. Here is one of the truly great novels of the English language.
  • Milton Glaser book cover design, 1962. "The Possessed" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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    Designer: Milton Glaser The Possessed by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Signet Books, 1962. Third printing. 4.25 x 7 Minor edge wear to the cover. One mark in black ink to the front free endpaper. About Milton Glaser: Milton Glaser (1929- ) co-founded the seminal postmodern design shop Pushpin Studios in 1954 alongside Seymor Chwast, Edward Sorel, and Reynold Ruffins. Many people consider Glaser the cornerstone of American graphic design during the latter half of the twentieth century. A prolific designer, Glasers work has been exhibited all over the globe and is represented in the design collections of multitudinous of major museums. 150302-003
  • Shh We Have A Plan Book
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    From the award-winning author/illustrator of A Bit Lost and Oh No, George! Four friends on a walk spot a beautiful bird perched high in a tree. They simply must capture it, and tiptoe towards it very slowly, with nets poised - and a plan. One tangle of limbs later, they decide they need another plan - but the littlest of the group knows that a bit of kindness can go further than anything. Will his friends follow his lead or will they get themselves into even more trouble? By Chris Haughton.
  • Libya Map Outline coloring page
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    Libya Map Outline coloring page from Maps category. Select from 20946 printable crafts of cartoons, nature, animals, Bible and many more.
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  • Rothko Art Books - Two
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    1- Rothko Taschen Special 25th Anniversary by Jacob Baal-Teshuva · Köln · Hardback · 96 pages · One of the most esteemed abstract expressionists and greatest painters of the 20th century Mark Rothko belongs to the generation of American artists who completely revolutionized the essence of abstract painting. His stylistic evolution, from a figurative visual repertoire to an abstract style rooted in the active relationship of the observer to the painting, embodied the radical vision of a renaissance in painting. Rothko characterized this relationship as "a consummated experience between picture and onlooker". His colour formations indeed draw the observer into a space filled with an inner light. Rothko always resisted attempts to interpret his paintings. He was mainly concerned with the viewer's experience, the merging of work and recipient beyond verbal comprehension. Rothko was an intellectual, a thinker, a highly educated man. He loved music and literature and was very involved in philosophy, especially in the works of Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche and of ancient Greek philosophy and mythology. 2- Paperback Edition Rothko was a protagonist within the movement of American painters who became known as the Abstract Expressionists. First formed in New York City during the inter-war years, this group was also called the New York School. In all the history of art, they became the first American artists to receive international recognition as a significant movement. Many among them, including Rothko, have become legendary figures. About the Series: Each book in TASCHEN's Basic Art series features: a detailed chronological summary of the life and oeuvre of the artist, covering his or her cultural and historical importance a concise biography approximately 100 illustrations with explanatory captions.
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  • Tokyo Piss Alley Memory Lane Shinjuku
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
  • Tokyo Piss Alley Memory Lane Shinjuku
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
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  • Tokyo Piss Alley Memory Lane Shinjuku
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
  • Tokyo Piss Alley Memory Lane Shinjuku
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
  • Tokyo Piss Alley Memory Lane Shinjuku
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
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    Tokyo - Piss Alley - Memory Lane - Shinjuku - Japan Tokyo is a city that excels in transporting you from the present right into the glowing heart of the future. Most of its buildings are towering monuments of modernity constructed at what seems like a break-neck pace to house its ever-growing population. And yet, if you search really hard, you can still find (slightly) hidden passages that reveal the Tokyo that rests in largely in the city’s memory. Nestled amongst the buildings of East Tokyo in Shinjuku is a series of alleys … …known by the names Piss Alley (小便横丁), Memory Lane (Omoide Yokocho (思い出横丁), or (more commonly) Yakitori Alley. My Blade Runner adoring heart could barely contain itself when I first turned the corner and entered this incredible area of Shinjuku. The name Piss Alley is a reference to a time in its history when it (allegedly) was a popular spot for the shadier element to drink quite a bit. The urban legend (one of many) is that because it was such a popular drinking spot, people would relieve themselves in the alley itself. And so it was coined Piss Alley In truth, you are not likely to find people relieving themselves in the alley in its present incarnation. But names seem to stick - especially names that conjure up colorful narratives. What you will find are a fair amount of bars… And plenty of yakitori stalls which intimately seat only a few people at a time… If you are going to visit Tokyo, I highly recommend visiting during cherry blossom season. Nothing is more beautiful than seeing one of the largest cities in the world decked out in sakura blossoms… Alleys in large metropolises with colorful pasts, I love you. Forever, V. — P.S. These are best viewed large. Click/tap each one to view larger at this link here: Tokyo - Japan — Taken last week in Tokyo where I was a guest of Sony (big thanks!). Can’t wait to eventually show you all the video footage I have of this location too. My first Tokyo video is going up early next week most likely on my YouTube channel. Excited! — My best-selling New York photography book released in stores/online worldwide recently. Info about the book (including many photos, sample pages, and info about my history and style of photography): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book View: My New York City photography portfolio, Cameras and Gear I Use, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me
  • Quotable Book
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    Worth talking about. This clothbound hardcover book of quotes is the perfect coffee table book for an apartment or dorm room. Featuring over 100 classic quotes from both unknown and notable thinkers like Gandhi and Eleanor, this
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  • Hayden Williams Fashion Illustrations
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    British Fashion Illustrator & Designer. Conquering the world one fashion sketch at a time...
  • The Art of Manliness: Classic Skills and Manners for the Modern Man (Paperback)
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    Man Up! While it's definitely more than just monster trucks, grilling and six-pack abs, true manliness is hard to define. The words macho and manly are not synonymous. Taking lessons from classic gentlemen such as Benjamin Franklin and Theodore Roosevelt, authors Brett and Kate McKay have created a collection of the most useful advice every man needs to know to live life to its full potential. This book contains a wealth of information that ranges from survival skills to social skills to advice on how to improve your character. Whether you are braving the wilds with your friends, courting your girlfriend or raising a family, inside you'll find practical information and inspiration for every area of life. You'll learn the basics all modern men should know, including how to: Shave like your grandpa Be a perfect houseguest Fight like a gentleman using the art of bartitsu Help a friend with a problem Give a man hug Perform a fireman's carry Ask for a woman's hand in marriage Raise resilient kids Predict the weather like a frontiersman Start a fire without matches Give a dynamic speech Live a well-balanced life So jump in today and gain the skills and knowledge you need to be a real man in the 21st century.
  • Mad for Hats Fashion Photography's love affair with the hat Dressing Vintage
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    There is something about hats. People have been fascinated by them for centuries and the world's most famous fashion photographers have a special relationship with these little works of art.
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    Shop and discover the world's most stylish brands, curated for you. With more than 9,000 designers and over 2,000 stores in one place, Lyst is the definitive fashion destination.
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Board Book
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    In this beautiful retelling of a childhood favorite, Iza Trapani expands on the traditional rhyme to take readers and listeners on a poetic journey through the night. Recommended for ages 4 and under. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Board Book (9781580890151) by Iza Trapani
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  • Go Set a Watchman
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    Available in: NOOK Book (eBook), Paperback, Hardcover, Audiobook. An historic literary event: the publication of a newly discovered novel, the earliest known work from Harper Lee, the beloved, bestselling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a M
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