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  • Penguin Books The Happy Reader Issue 7
    Within this summers intonement of The Happy Reader Emily King talks to Hans Ulrich Obrist, the artistic director of the Serpentine & one of the most important figures in contemporary art. Over the course of two in-depth conversations, he explains how at a young age his imagination was fired up by a medieval library in Switzerland, and how today his work is still energised by the ideas, images and stories he finds in books. Also in this issue, Virginia Woolf’s novel Mrs. Dalloway inspires contributions from a cast of writers, photographers, artists and crossword setters. These include thoughts on Big Ben by Will Self, memories of teenage reading by Michael Cunningham, regrets about men not wedded by Jean Hannah Edelstein, plus loads of other great contributions.
  • Jocks&Nerds Issue 18
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    Jocks&Nerds is proud to announce Willem Dafoe as the first cover star of the new format. The magazine caught up with him in New York to discuss his work. He also posed for an exclusive fashion shoot, photographed by James Dimmock. Issue highlights include: Kevin Rowland. Dexys’ frontman Kevin Rowland discusses his craft and the importance of presentation in his music Cuba. Ahead of President Obama’s official visit, Jocks&Nerds travelled to Castro’s island for an exclusive photo essay Meilyr Jones. Previously of acclaimed Welsh band Race Horses, Meilyr Jones met Jocks&Nerds in Margate ahead of the launch of his debut album Jai Alai. The fastest ball sport in the world is having a renaissance in Florida Lighting Designers. Once purely functional, lighting design now plays a central role in many performers’ shows Matthew Herbert. Still challenging notions of what music can be and do, acclaimed electronica musician Matthew Herbert leads a tour of his Whitstable studio Graphic Novels. Originally disposable comics for teenagers, graphic novels are now widely acclaimed across television, literature and cinema Frank Zappa. A reflection on Frank Zappa, a musical pioneer and voice of the people, as two documentaries about him gear up for release Punk. Don Letts, Jon Savage, Billy Childish and Joe Corré speak exclusively to Jocks&Nerds about the legacy of punk Gutterdämmerung. An exclusive interview with the writer and director of rock opera starring legendary musicians Grace Jones, Jesse Hughes, Iggy Pop and Lemmy.
  • You Have Seen Their Faces
    Adapted for upcoming Streisand movie. 'You Have Seen Their Faces!' What a glorious book of riveting 1930s photographs and steely prose by the famed duo- photo-journalist Margaret Bourke-White and novelist, Erskine Caldwell. Originally published in 1937, this is the First Edition reprint from Viking Press, 1975. Barbra Streisand is set to direct a film on their love story next year. This softcover(wraps) explores and describes the poverty of the Deep South, right after The Depression. Erskine Caldwell was a prolific short story writer and author, who wrote 'Tobacco Road' and "God's Little Acre' in the early 1930s. Margaret Bourke-White was a ground-breaking female photo journalist. She worked for 'Fortune' but was hired by Henry Luce to photograph for "Life." In 1936, she created the first cover for that venerable magazine. After the Caldwell-Bourke-White book book was published, to high acclaim, the couple married in 1939. They divorced in 1942. Eighty years after publication, this book is still a powerful historic representation of that painful post-Depression era. It's also a product of the "marriage" of two creative geniuses, whose passions culminated in a book. If and when the film is released, interest in this book will skyrocket. This copy is in unmarked condition, with some minor cover wear. Text and photos are bright and clean.
  • René Gruau 1970 KNTS International Textiles Cover
    More info is a French inventory of vintage adverts, fashion drawings and photographs which issued in periodicals/magazines before the digital era. It carries beautiful erotica illustrations published in La Vie Parisienne, Fantasio, Le Sourire, Eros, fashion plates, pochoirs from La Gazette du Bon Ton and many more!
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  • Blue Coffee Table Art - Set of 6
    Blue Coffee Table Art, S/6. Six vintage coffee-table books featuring art themed selections in blended shades of blue. Hardcover volumes each housed in original dustjacket. Various authors and publishers: 1970 - 1989. Includes: Techniques of the Great Masters of Art, Whistler: A Retrospective, Impressionism and others. Decorative coffee-table style books with illustrations throughout and lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and art inspired book decor.
  • Dreamers NYC Book | Chord Overstreet | River Viiperi | Sean O'Pry |
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    If Ryan Murphy does go ahead with that Men of McKinley High calendar featuring the male cast of Glee, he should really book Christian Rios to snap the pics. The
  • Laugh a Minute, Ernie Kovacs, Bob Hope Comedy, S/6
    There were plenty of TV comedies in the Mid Century and just as many comedians headlining their own shows. Here's a collection of six books featuring some of the best TV funny men from the 1950s and '60s. Perhaps the best of the best was Ernie Kovacs - a great innovative influencer of TV comedy for decades. This book is 'how to talk at gin.' This is a first edition, 144-page hardcover from Doubleday & Co., 1962. Gin rummy was one of the most popular games in Mid Century, and here, Kovacs points fun at the players and the playing. He illustrated the book. Bob Hope's book is a Vietnam Story - 'Five Women I Love' - an illustrated memoir of a roadshow that took him to Vietnam, Thailand and way stations to entertain the troops. He brought Janis Paige, Anita Bryant, Kaye Stevens, Joey Heatherton and Carroll Baker ("Baby Doll") with him. Lots of Hope's brand of humor about the military with some black-and-white photos of his entourage. This is a 255-page Doubleday edition from 1966. Art Linkletter was sort of the grandaddy comedian in this group. He rose to TV fame with his programs featuring children saying "the darndest things." 'Oops' is a first edition from Doubleday, 1967, illustrated by Phil Interlandi. 'The Secret World of Kids' includes letters from parents of kids seeking advice. These letters came from fans of his kid-centered shows. They asked, for instance, "What about smooching?" This is a 285-page book published by Bernard Geis Associates in 1959. The last two books, without jackets, include Grouch Marx's 1960 book, 'Memoirs of a Mangy Lover.' This 214-page book is a 2nd printing, published by Bernard Geis Associates in 1963. With charming illustrations by Leo Hershfield. The last book in the pile belongs to Jack Paar, the famous late-night TV host. His book, 'I Kid You Not' was published by Little,Brown and Co., in 1960. It includes black-and-white photos of Paar growing up, and later at work on his Late Night show. All six books are in good vintage condition, with signs of expected wear to dust jackets and boards. The most valuable book by Ernie Kovacs is browned on the last few pages, where someone kept (and removed) a newspaper clipping. Also, page 51 has three light coffee/bourbon tea spots. Despite the sunning, the text is legibly hilarious, The other five books are unmarked inside; clean and bright after 55 + years. Finally, two of the books are book club - Linkletter's 'The Secret World of Kids' and Bob Hope's Vietnam story, 'Five Women I love.' Mid Century funny men paved the way for what was to follow - including "Laugh In," the Late Night shows, and comedians, like Groucho, who host popular network game shows. But some of these funny men are still making us laugh. Even when I think of Kovac's "Nairobi Trio" I start to chuckle. These books are a great set for today's comedians, vintage TV collectors, or those of us who know laughter is still the best medicine.
  • Comic book *POP* art
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    Explore Cristina Iglesia's board "Comic book *POP* art" on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Pop Art, Wonder Woman Comic and Vintage Comic Books.
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  • The Hambledon Little People Big Dreams Coco Chanel
    Little people, big dreams says it all. A wonderful way to introduce inspirational people. This beautifully-illustrated book tells the story of Coco Chanel from her early life in an orphanage where she is a genius with needle and thread to her time as a cabaret singer, hat maker and, eventually, international fashion designer. Author Isabel Sanchez Vegara aims for her books to link learning and creativity and establish a fresh relationship between children and pop culture. 32 pagesHardbackDimensions: 24.5cm (H) x 20cm (W) x 1cm (D.
  • 1956 Hardcover Copy of Crime and Punishment
    A 1956 hardcover copy of Fyodor Dostoevsky's 'Crime and Punishment.' Illustrated by Benjamin Kopman and published by Random House, this 493-page book was translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. It is a clean, unmarked, likely unread bookclub edition, housed in a very good vintage dust jacket. Originally published in "The Russian Messenger" in 1866, the book was serialized into 12 chapters, before publication as a novel. Some consider this a psychological thriller; others view it as a masterful detective story. But almost all critics proclaim it one of the greatest novels in the world. This is a handsome Midcentury volume in very good condition.
  • The Circus Book, Vintage Childrens Book
    The Circus Book, 1920s childrens book. This book is filled with short stories about the animals in a circus, accompanied by vintage illustrations in black & white and red. A fun, colorful addition to any bookshelf.
  • We Grow Up 1939 Vintage Book
    Fun and colorful vintage childrens book published in 1939. This book has beautiful full-color illustrations tucked between its tricolor covers. Full of poems, short stories, and life lessons for children of the 1930s and 40s. Yellow, navy, and light red.
  • Art of the World Library- Set of 10
    Ten vintage volumes (including 1 softcover) featuring selections highlighting art of the world. Various authors and publishers: 1963 - 1984. Includes: The USSR Academy of Arts, An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940, Arab Painting, Modern English Sculpture and Pre-Colombian Art and Later Indian Tribal Arts. Decorative volumes with illustrations throughout and lightly distressed overall wear for reading and book accent decor.
  • The Door Into Summer Robert Heinlein 1970
    First published Pan Books, London Some minor edge and shelf wear, tanned pages. Crease on front cover. As unread.

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