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Seller ID: 51559
DI FATE, VINCENT. Infinite Words, The Fantastic Visions of Science Fiction Art, London: Virgin Books, 1997. Tall quarto, first edition, pp. 320, blue buckram boards with silver lettering stamped on spine, cosmic illustrations on both boards, color illustration, foreword by Ray Bradbury. A survey of 20th-century art and artists who gave movies, books and magazines the visuals for the science fiction genre. Condition of this book: Rear of dust jacket has several chips, all else very good. View more info
By: DIEZ, Carlos.
Seller ID: 52696
DIEZ, CARLOS. The Art of Carlos Diez, Objects of Desire, Madrid: SQP, 2003. Quarto, pp. 138, wraps, color illustration, text in German and English. Diez takes women famous for their beauty -- Marilyn Monroe, Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz and many others -- and creates pinup art showing them with little or nothing on, often in fantastical settings. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
Seller ID: 53104
[Exhibition catalog.] The Golden Age of Hungarian Film Posters, 1912-1945, Budapest: Ernst Gallery, 2004. Quarto, accompanied an exhibition of the Wastl collection, pp. 195, illustrated boards, color poster illustrations, text in English and Hungarian. A beautiful presentation that also provides technical specifications for the researcher. Condition of this book: Minor chipping at bottom edge of boards, all else fine. View more info
By: KLUGMAN, Jack,
Seller ID: 51163
KLUGMAN, JACK. tony and me, a story of friendship, Oregon: Good Hill Press, 2005. Octavo, first edition, pp. xvi, 141, quarter bound in blue over turquoise paper, halftone photos. Includes a DVD with outtakes from "The Odd Couple," the 1970s TV sitcom the author starred in with Tony Randall. Signed by Klugman on a photo plate affixed to the half-title page. Klugman wrote this with the help of Burton Rocks after Randall died as a tribute to his great friend. Fine, no flaws View more info
Seller ID: 52718
KREIMEIER, KLAUS. The Ufa Story, A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company 1918-1945, New York: Hill and Wang, 1996. Octavo, first English language edition, pp. viii, 451, white paper-covered boards quarter-bound in black cloth, halftone photo plates. Covers the great avant-garde years through the Nazi era and destruction. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
Seller ID: garboprints
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer publicity shots and stills for the 1933 film "Queen Christina," starring Greta Garbo as the queen and John Gilbert as her Spanish lover. 3 8x10 gelatin silver prints on resin-coated paper and one slightly smaller print of the same nature, two stills from the film and two publicity shots of just Garbo. 3 of the 4 prints are labeled in the negative. The film features Garbo as the 17th-century Swedish queen who abdicated to be with her non-royal lover -- a total Hollywood fabrication, as the real queen reputedly was a lesbian who abdicated after announcing that she had no i... View more info
By: MUELLER, John.
Seller ID: 52717
MUELLER, JOHN. Astaire Dancing, The Musical Films, New York: Wings Books, 1985. Quarto, later edition, pp. 440, white paper-covered boards quarter-bound in black cloth with gilt-stamped lettering on spine, extensive halftone photos covering the dance routines generated by Fred Astaire in his many films. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
By: NEWMAN, Arnold.
Seller ID: 51693
NEWMAN, ARNOLD. One Mind's Eye, Boston: David R. Godine, 1974. Oblong quarto, priority unknown to me, pp. xix, 192 photo plates, 12 (appendix, technical data etc.), black cloth with silver lettering stamped on spine and upper board, duotone photos. A thorough treatment of the 20th-century photographer's career, including the famous "Yaacou Agam" collage, and also photos that establish Newman as more than just a brilliant celebrity photographer. Robert Hirsch, in his photo history "Seizing the Light": Newman's favorite procedure was to bring his studio to his subjects, integrating their pers... View more info
By: Various writers;
Seller ID: 50820
Various contributors, John Waters, Change of Life, New York: Abrams, 2004. Quarto, first edition, pp. 144, illustrated boards, color and duotone photos. The trash auteur got his due with a museum exhibit of his photos and other work, plus some of the treasure in his personal collection. This book was released to accompany the exhibit. It showcases not just his best-known projects such as 'Hairspray' and 'Pink Flamingos' but also the obscure early work including 'Hag in a Black Leather Jacket' and 'Eat Your Makeup.' With essays by Gary Indiana, Todd Solondz, Lisa Phillips and others. Cond... View more info