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David Downton: Portraits of the World’s Most Stylish Women

David Downton Book - Portraits of the World's Most Stylish Women
A long-awaited collection from an illustrator synonymous with fashion, David Downton offers classical glamour with portraits of the world’s most stylish women. Often imitated, but never equalled, it’s amazing to learn that the career of fashion illustrator David Downton only really started in the late 1990s with his first official portrait of the model Marie...

The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
With a brilliant cast of characters boasting furry pants and spring-action waists, The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe reveals fond memories with every page. With a finger running over a double-page spread which displays packaging illustrations for those great, now vintage He-Man action figures, I could have been heard counting to myself, “Had that one, had that one…oh yeah, my brother had...

Tiki Pop

  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books
  • Tiki Pop by TASCHEN Books

How Tiki Became An American Dream Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Quai Branly museum in Paris, Sven A. Kirsten’s Tiki Pop traces the history of America’s most colorful cultural trend – a manufactured Polynesian paradise of hula girls, rum cocktails and the leisurely sounds of steel guitar. So seductive was its influence on the American…

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