"A photographic collection of arts and crafts made in the Japanese American internment camps during World War II, along with a historical overview of the camps"—Provided by publisher.
Drawn from the world's largest baseball collection, this book's over 350 illustrations include vintage baseball cards, photos of famous players and ballparks, newspaper clippings, cartoons, and WPA baseball ads, in a history of baseball's origins, rich heritage, and uniquely American character.
Collects two hundred images taken by the 20th-century master photographer during his residency in a New York City flower district loft that was the site of famous after-hours jazz jam sessions.
Schick explores the meticulously composed and richly detailed photographs that Rockwell used to create his famous artworks. The author delves into the archive of nearly 20,000 photographs housed at the Norman Rockwell Museum to create an intriguing work of photography, art, and Americana.
Showcases a selection of Sartorialist blog entries as well as previously unpublished writings, in a volume that offer insight into the author's photographic process, perspectives on street fashion, and vision of the fashion capabilities of everyday people. Original.