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  1. Descanso

    Descanso An Urban Oasis Revealed Princeton Architectural Press

    Photography by Warren Marr,Essays by David Brown,and Robert Smaus,and Anne Lyden

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    Descanso Gardens is one of Los Angeles's oldest botanical gardens. Initially a Spanish rancho and later the estate of publisher and horticulturist E. Manchester Boddy, the 160-acre lot was granted to the people of Los Angeles and includes one of the world...


  2. Descanso

    Descanso An Urban Oasis Revealed Princeton Architectural Press

    Photography by Warren Marr,Essays by David Brown,and Robert Smaus,and Anne Lyden

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    Descanso Gardens is one of Los Angeles's oldest botanical gardens. Initially a Spanish rancho and later the estate of publisher and horticulturist E. Manchester Boddy, the 160-acre lot was granted to the people of Los Angeles and includes one of the world...


  3. Pedro E. Guerrero

    Pedro E. Guerrero A Photographer's Journey Princeton Architectural Press

    By Pedro E. Guerrero

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    Pedro Guerrero spent his entire career, more than 60 years, photographing houses of some of the mostillustrious American architects and artists of the twentieth century. Emerging from a modest background, his first professional job at the age of twenty-...


  4. Love Hotels

    Love Hotels The Hidden Fantasy Rooms of Japan

    Photographs by Misty Keasler,Foreword by Natsuo Kirino,Essay by Rod Slemmons

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    Sex creates odd cultural conventions everywhere, but nowhere has an institution quite like the Japanese love hotel. To be rented by the hour for amorous liaisons, the theme rooms revealed in this provocative collection of photographs are steeped in fantas...


  5. I Will Never Forget You

    I Will Never Forget You Frida Kahlo and Nickolas Muray

    By Salomon Grimberg

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    In the '30s and '40s, photographer Nickolas Muray was Frida Kahlo's friend, lover, and confidante. He continually photographed her over the course of their relationship, creating dozens of iconic portraits. Largely unpublished until now, the images reflec...


  6. Above Paris

    Above Paris The Aerial Survey of Roger Henrard Princeton Architectural Press

    By Jean-Louis Cohen

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    Between the years 1950 and 1972, when Paris was in the twilight of its classical period, pilot and photographer Roger Henrard (1900-1975) preserved the city he knew and loved from the seat of a single-engine American army surplus Piper cub. Henrard used a...


  7. Thin

    Thin

    By Lauren Greenfield,Introduction by Joan Jacobs Brumberg

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    Critically acclaimed for Girl Culture and Fast Forward, Lauren Greenfield continues her exploration of contemporary female culture with Thin, a groundbreaking book about eating disorders. Greenfield's photographs are paired with exten...


  8. Playboy: The Celebrities

    Playboy: The Celebrities

    Introduction by Hugh M. Hefner,Afterword by Gary Cole

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    From Marilyn Monroe to Cindy Crawford, Linda Evans to Farrah Fawcett, Playboy has celebrated the sensuality (and even launched a few careers) of celebrities for more than fifty years. Here, in all their glory, are over 150 breathtaking photographs...


  9. Part Asian, 100% Hapa

    Part Asian, 100% Hapa

    Portraits by Kip Fulbeck,Foreword by Sean Lennon,Afterword by Paul Spickard

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    Once a derogatory label derived from the Hawaiian word for half, Hapa is now being embraced as a term of pride by many people of Asian or Pacific Rim mixed-race heritage. Award-winning film producer and artist Kip Fulbeck has created a forum in word...


  10. LaPorte, Indiana

    LaPorte, Indiana Princeton Architectural Press

    By Jason Bitner,Foreword by Alex Kotlowitz

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    FOUND magazine editor Jason Bitner has made it a habit of picking up after us, walking down the back alleys of our lives, and accumulating all that we've thrown away or mislaid. One afternoon not long ago, after lunch at a small Midwestern diner, h...


  11. Snapshot Chronicles

    Snapshot Chronicles Inventing the American Photo AlbumPrinceton Architectural Press

    By Barbara Levine,and Stephanie Snyder,Essay by Matthew Stadler

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    Today, the photo album is something we practically take for granted, and "scrapbooking" is a billion dollar industry with its own television network. It was not always so. Before the camera, ordinary families had little more than the family Bible, a portr...


  12. Real Photo Postcards

    Real Photo Postcards Unbelievable Images from the Collection of Harvey TulcenskyPrinceton Architectural Press

    Edited by Laetitia Wolff,Essay by Todd E. Alden

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    It may be hard to believe, but there actually was a time when the postcard image was not a clich. To reach it, you'll have to set your clock back to the end of the nineteenth century, when an Act of Congress allowed Americans to mail a card for just one...


  13. Blahnik by Boman

    Blahnik by Boman Shoes, Photographs, Conversation

    Shoes by Manolo Blahnik,Photographs by Eric Boman

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    Long before their supporting role in Sex and the City, Manolo Blahnik's shoes were legendary—exquisitely detailed, unabashedly luxurious, and impossibly sexy. The epitome of sophistication and taste, they have graced the feet of royalty, supermodels,...


  14. Playboy: Blondes

    Playboy: Blondes

    Text by James R. Petersen

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    From Playboy's classic archives comes a trilogy of stocking-stuffer-sized volumes, each devoted to a certain hair color destined to quicken a man's pulse. Blonde? Brunette? Redhead? In the fifties, sixties, and seventies, it seemed like all the ...


  15. Dance in Cuba

    Dance in Cuba Princeton Architectural Press

    By Gil Garcetti

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    In 2003 American Photo magazine named Gil Garcetti one of the nation's master photographers. His two critically acclaimed Balcony Press books Iron: Erecting the Walt Disney Concert Hall and Frozen Music have been praised for their evo...


  16. Mei MeiLittle Sister

    Mei Mei Little Sister Portraits from a Chinese Orphanage

    By Richard Bowen, Introduction by Amy Tan, Afterword by Karin Evans

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    The Chinese believe an unseen red thread joins those in this life who are destined to connect. For photographer Richard Bowen, that thread led him to China's state-run welfare institutions, where there are thousands of children, primarily girls, growing u...


  17. Waves

    Waves

    By Steve Hawk

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    Any ocean lover knows the transformative power of the ocean wave and its perfect confluence of energy, water, and light. Waves offers a mesmerizing collection of photography that explores the many faces of the singular ocean wave, whether it is the...


  18. Impressions of New York

    Impressions of New York Prints from the New-York Historical SocietyPrinceton Architectural Press

    By Marilyn Symmes

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    From its birth as a remote trading outpost on the fringes of the Dutch empire to its current status as the so-called Capital of the World, New York has always captivated visual artists. The extraordinary prints collected by the New-York Historical Society...


  19. The Lost Border

    The Lost Border The Landscape of the Iron CurtainPrinceton Architectural Press

    By Brian Rose,Foreword by Anthony Bailey

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    Every man is a Berliner, forced to look upon a scar. . . .Behind me stands a wall that encircles the free sectors of this city, part of a vast system of barriers that divides the entire continent of Europe. From the Baltic, south, those barriers cut ac...


  20. Big Up

    Big Up Princeton Architectural Press

    By Ben Watts

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    Hip-hop playaz. Street punks. Supermodels. Plenty of tattoos and lots of bling bling. Big Up is a photographic scrapbook of Americas raucous youth culture, created by one of the brightest young photographers in the fashion industry. Our limited ha...


  21. Buzz

    Buzz The Intimate Bond Between Humans and Insects

    Text by Josie Glausiusz,Photographs by Volker Steger

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    Falling into that irresistible category of things we probably don't want to know, here is an up-close, personal look at insects as you've never seen them before. Striking a balance between the bizarre and the beautiful, Buzz features eye-popping an...


  22. Zoomscape

    Zoomscape Architecture in Motion and Media Princeton Architectural Press

    By Mitchell Schwarzer

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    Although a few among us are intrepid architectural tourists, visiting buildings and landscapes our cameras at the ready, most of us experience architecture through the windshield of a moving vehicle, the architectural experience reduced to a blurry and mo...


  23. Empire

    Empire Nozone IX Princeton Architectural Press

    Edited by Nicholas Blechman

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    Welcome to EMPIRE. Billions drink its sodas, listen to its music, breathe its air, drive its cars, smoke its tobacco, practice its religions, watch its movies, ingest its pharmaceuticals, and benefit or suffer from its policies. Every person, animal, and...


  24. Brothels of Nevada

    Brothels of Nevada Candid Views of America's Legal Sex Industry Princeton Architectural Press

    Photographs by Timothy Hursley,Text by Alexa Albert

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    The state of Nevada is known as a place for quick money, 24-hour marriages, and easy divorces. But it's also the only place in the United States with a legal sex industry. About 300 women today work in Nevada brothels, all regulated by the state governmen...


  25. Old Friends

    Old Friends Great Dogs on the Good Life

    Text and Photography by Mark J. Asher

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    Old dogs know plenty of tricks for staying young at heart - and here they are! This humorous and loving collection of duotone portraits captures the golden years of humanity's best friends and most faithful companions. Sage and tender moments are caught...


  26. Unforgettable

    Unforgettable Images That Have Changed Our Lives

    By Peter Davenport

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    The Hindenberg disaster. Andy Warhol's Campbells Soup Can. Marilyn Monroe standing over the subway grating. The first step onto the Moon. These powerful images have left an indelible impression in our collective mind's eye. This mesmerizing little volume...


  27. Climb Against the Odds

    Climb Against the Odds Celebrating Survival on the Mountain

    By The Breast Cancer Fund ,with Mary Papenfuss

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    It is extraordinary for a woman to receive a breast cancer diagnosis, go through treatment, and survive to tell the story. But to then celebrate survival by embarking on a grueling mountain climb? That takes a truly remarkable woman. Climb Against the Odd...


  28. Chavez Ravine: 1949

    Chavez Ravine: 1949 A Los Angeles Story

    By Don Normark

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    In 1949, photographer Don Normark walked up into the hills of Los Angeles, looking for a good view. Instead, he found Chavez Ravine, a ramshackle Mexican-American neighborhood tucked away in Elysian Park like a poor mans Shangri-la. Enchanted, he staye...


  29. The Chrysler Building

    The Chrysler Building Creating a New York Icon Day by Day Princeton Architectural Press

    By David Stravitz,Introduction by Christopher Gray

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    The Chrysler Building is surely the jewel in the crown of New York City's skyline. Completed in 1930, the 77-story Art Deco skyscraper--the tallest in the world at the time it was finished--quickly became the symbol of big city glamour, excitement, and st...


  30. Kesling Modern Structures

    Kesling Modern Structures Popularizing Modern Living in Souther California 1934-1962

    By Patrick Pascal,Introduction by David Gebhard,Photographs by Julius Shulman

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    Practically unknown today, William Kesling and his design/build firm, Kesling Modern Structures, played a unique and important role in the development and acceptance of modern architecture in Southern California. For one year, beginning in November 1935,...


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