Would-be artists discover everything they need to know in order to draw noir comics like a professional using an instructional handbook that covers such techniques as creating mood, staging action, working with a script, characters, lighting, and more, and also includes a new fourteen-page original graphic novel. Original.
An award-winning black journalist takes a pilgrimage through the sites and landmarks of the civil rights movement as he journeys to key locales that served as a backdrop to important events of the 1960s, journeying around the country to pay tribute to the people, organizations, and events that transformed America. Original.
The photographer presents eloquent tintype cowboy photographs taken on ranches across fourteen states of the America West, British Colombia, Canada, and Coahuila, Mexico, in a compelling collection that reveals the rich variety of people who are drawn to the cowboy lifestyle.
From ancient Germany's "Lion Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel" to James Turrell's 1995 photograph "Roden Crater," chronologically presents one thousand examples of art from different countries, cultures, and civilizations and discusses what makes each piece both unique and representative.
Marking the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Jack Kerouac's On the Road, the seminal masterpiece of the Beat Generation, a visual record of the era features more than two hundred rare illustrations that chronicle the evolution of the Beat Generation from its underground origins to its worldwide acclaim in the works of Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Cassady, and others. 50,000 first printing.
In an easy-to-use outdoor holiday decorating manual, "Mr. Christmas" explains how to transform any home into a glittering winter wonderland, offering a step-by-step guide to planning, shopping for, and installing a terrific house and yard display. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Presents thirty years of photographs taken of the press, political figures, presidents, celebrities, and parties and featuring interviews with Madeleine Allbright, Steve Jobs, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Hillary Clinton.