Spanning the ninety-five-year history of Vanity Fair, a remarkable array of iconic portraits features three hundred full-color and black-and-white photographic images by such renowned photographers as Edward Steichen, Cecil Beaton, Annie Leibovitz, and Mario Testino of famed figures from the worlds of film, art, music, sports, business, and politics.
Accompanied by twenty-five prints that are designed to be framed, a definitive collection of some of LIFE magazine's most famous photographs includes important historic events such as the sailor kissing the nurse on V-J Day, as well as portrait photographs of world leaders, celebrities, and screen icons.
A stylish celebration of Halloween for the entire family presents a colorful array of delicious foods, spooky decorations, and entertaining suggestions that includes easy-to-follow instructions for pumpkin treat holders, personalized candy boxes, black cat cupcakes, black duct tape stencils, and other creative projects.
A noted photographer journeys behind the scenes of Patrick Henry College to present a candid, intimate study of the conservative, evangelical college and its politically right-wing students, many of whom will go on to join the conservative power elite of American politics.
An artist best known for his creation of the best-selling college dorm poster, "The DJ," showcases his most significant artistic achievements while presenting a biographical narrative that offers insight into the hip-hop, graffiti, and classical art influences on his work.
The never-before-published photographs and captions from Dorothea Lange's fieldwork in California, the Pacific Northwest, and North Carolina during 1939 for the New Deal's Farm Security Administration come together in an iconic collection that includes defining images of that time in American history.
Profiles the dramatic art hoax through which a small-time Dutch painter conned a reviled Nazi leader by creating works that impersonated those of famed artist Jan Vermeer, a seven-year deception during which the forger hid his mediocre artistic abilities through psychologically manipulative practices. 30,000 first printing.