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Tim Walker Story Teller

Author : Robin Muir
ISBN : 1419705083
Genre : Design
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Tim Walker is one of the most visually exciting photographers of our time. This book showcases many of his most dazzling images his daydreams turned into photographs, dating from around the last seven years of his career. Some of the biggest names in fashion and contemporary culture are here: Alber Elbaz sporting a pair of rabbit ears; Agyness Deyn in the sand dunes of Namibia; Alexander McQueen and a memento mori of skull and cigarettes; Helena Bonham Carter poised with Ray-Bans and a Diet Coke; Stella Tennant in a pink cloud among the rhododendrons of an English country garden The singer and musician Kate Bush contributes a foreword and Walker himself an afterword, as well as illuminating his pictures throughout with personal observations. This exceptional and beautifully designed overview of a career caught in mid-flow reveals just how much one mans singular vision has influenced contemporary tastes in fashion, beauty, glamour and portraiture.
Category: Design

Shoot For The Moon

Author : Tim Walker
ISBN : 0500545022
Genre : Photography
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Renowned for his surreal fashion photography, Tim Walker's new book challenges convention to explore the very concept of photographic imagination.
Category: Photography

Tim Walker

Author : Tim Walker
ISBN : 0500544204
Genre : Fashion photography
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Category: Fashion photography

Fashion Curating

Author : Annamari Vänskä
ISBN : 9781474287111
Genre : Design
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As the practice of fashion curation extends into commercial galleries, public and retail spaces, and even to the individual self, professional concepts of 'curating' are undergoing rapid change. Today, everyone is seemingly able to 'curate', but where does this leave the traditional understanding of curation as clothing collected and displayed in a museum? This thought-provoking volume explores the practice of fashion curating in the 21st century, bridging the gap between methods of display and notions of 'the curatorial' in fashion exhibitions, commercial settings, and the virtual world. From fashion's earliest forays into the museum to creative collaborations between luxury fashion brands and artists, this book challenges understandings of fashion curation by drawing on the palpably new spaces, places, and actors in today's curating scene. Exploring poetic and performative museum displays in venues such as the V&A, Somerset House, MoMu and the Royal Ontario Museum, alongside the ways that brands such as Dior, Chanel and Louis Vuitton have made use of 'the curatorial' in their own commercial strategies, Fashion Curating asks pressing questions about controversial funding and collaboration from the commercial fashion sector, and the limitations of producing exhibitions that are at the same time critical and popular. Bringing together approaches from fashion curators, designers and world-renowned academics, curation is positioned as a critical practice that opens up new ways of conceptualizing and theorizing fashion, challenging how we think and what we already know.
Category: Design

So You Want To Work In Fashion

Author : Patricia Wooster
ISBN : 9781582704524
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A comprehensive guide to landing one's dream job in fashion and design profiles industry career opportunities, from clothing design and fashion photography to models and colorists, sharing inspiring true stories, activity suggestions and a list of helpful resources. Simultaneous.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Luxury And Visual Culture

Author : John Armitage
ISBN : 9781474239554
Genre : Design
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From couture fashion to opulent perfumes and decadent food, the luxury goods and services industry has grown at an unprecedented rate even in the context of a global recession. But in contemporary digital culture does luxury still reside in material things, or rather the look of things? In this first study of luxury through the lens of visual culture, Armitage argues that luxury is undergoing a shift from material culture to the immaterial culture of the visual, offering new forms of luxury engagement and unparalleled levels of pleasure never before offered to the senses. Calling for a new understanding of luxury in the changing visual landscape of contemporary society, Luxury and Visual Culture embraces an extraordinary range of cultural forms, including fashion, photography, social media, television, and art. From the masterpieces of Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, to Richard Avedon's photography and Louis Vuitton's Flagship stores, the book explores key issues of globalization, digitization, consumer identity, “mass” luxury, and the role of art. This text is ideal for all students of contemporary luxury studies, as well as scholars and researchers in the field of visual culture.
Category: Design

Conversations With Tim Gautreaux

Author : L. Lamar Nisly
ISBN : 9781617036088
Genre : Literary Collections
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Louisiana writer Tim Gautreaux (b. 1947) writes fiction that mixes equal parts dry humor, tall tales, and deep tragedy. His stories and novels of working-class Acadiana portray lives of inimitably poignant love, loss, and longing. The depth and complexity of Gautreaux’s writing invite scholarly appraisals as well, as critics mine the richness of his moral vision. These interviews reveal the intensity of his sense of place, his deep connection to the mechanical and working world, his commitment to the craft of writing, and his Catholic view that has been shaped by Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy. Conversations with Tim Gautreaux collects interviews from 1993 to 2009 with the author of The Missing, The Clearing, Welding with Children, and many other vital works of fiction. Readers who have been engaged with the themes in his stories and novels will find themselves equally taken with the kind and thoughtful voice they discover in interviews.
Category: Literary Collections

Alex Inner Voice

Author : T. L. W. Savage
ISBN : 1090434928
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Alex is going crazy from girl trouble, danger, and this voice in his head. First he was abducted by aliens. They said they'll help save Earth, if the Earthlings pass a test. Alex can't help with the test, which is frustration. Instead, he's trying to do what no one has lived to achieve. Now even that's interrupted. He has to face a terrible deem in a duel, a fist fight to the death. Alex could avoid it, but then everyone gets killed.The Weird and the two alien girls in his life struggle to keep Alex alive. But, Alex isn't cooperating. The girls are jealous and are fighting instead of keeping Alex alive. Will Alex survive? Will he avoid disaster for everyone? Can the girls deal with the love triangle to save Alex? Oh, and Alex has the Galaxy's nastiest bad guy in his head and this evil person is very persuasive. What are his plans for Alex?About the Author:Tim L Walker (aka Tim Savage), is a storyteller, a husband, a dad, a grandpa, a writer, and a fellow traveler on this crazy adventure called life. "I've always loved books, as a child I would check books out at the library by the box full. I began creating stories at an early age. One night my seven-year-old sister woke screaming and I, a twelve-year-old, went to comfort her. She was quite terrified from a nightmare. On the spur of the moment, I created a fantastical story for her. As I dreamed up details Sis calmed down.