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D&AD. The Copy Book (Bibliotheca Universalis)

The Copy Book

US$ 20
All-American Ads of the 60s (Midi-Format)

All-American Ads of the 60s

US$ 40
All-American Ads of the 70s (Midi-Format)

All-American Ads of the 70s

US$ 40
All-American Ads of the 80s (Midi-Format)

All-American Ads of the 80s

US$ 40
Sebastião Salgado. Amazônia. SUMO (Limited Edition)

Sebastião Salgado.

US$ 3,500
Hiroshige (Basic Art Series)


US$ 16
Klimt (Basic Art Series)


US$ 16
Mucha (Basic Art Series)


US$ 16
Pop Art (Basic Art Series)

Pop Art

US$ 16
Warhol (Basic Art Series)


US$ 16
1000 Tattoos (Bibliotheca Universalis)

1000 Tattoos

US$ 20
Tom of Finland. The Complete Kake Comics (Bibliotheca Universalis)

Tom of Finland.
The Complete Kake Comics

US$ 20
Rome. Portrait of a City

Portrait of a City

US$ 70
Redouté. The Book of Flowers

The Book of Flowers

US$ 70
Vermeer. The Complete Works

The Complete Works

US$ 70
Logo Modernism

Logo Modernism

US$ 80
Albert Oehlen

Albert Oehlen

US$ 80
Theodore de Bry. America

Theodore de Bry.

US$ 150
The History of EC Comics

The History of EC Comics

US$ 200
Peter Lindbergh. Dior

Peter Lindbergh.

US$ 200
Bettina Rheims (Limited Edition)

Bettina Rheims

US$ 1,000
Rocky. The Complete Films (Limited Edition)

The Complete Films

US$ 1,250
Michael Muller. Sharks (Limited Edition)

Michael Muller.

US$ 1,500
Albert Oehlen (Limited Edition)

Albert Oehlen

US$ 2,000
David Hockney. A Bigger Book (Limited Edition)

David Hockney.
A Bigger Book

US$ 3,500
Save US$ 500
Albert Oehlen. Art Edition (Limited Edition)

Albert Oehlen.
Art Edition

US$ 5,500
Annie Leibovitz. Art Edition (Limited Edition)

Annie Leibovitz.
Art Edition

US$ 6,000
Save US$ 1,500
Pierre & Gilles (Limited Edition)

Pierre & Gilles

US$ 5,500
Peter Beard (Limited Edition)

Peter Beard

US$ 12,500

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Hans Christian Adam

Hans Christian Adam studied psychology, art history and communication in Göttingen and Vienna. As a specialist in historical images, he has published numerous articles and books, including titles on travel and war photography. He is the author of TASCHEN’s Edward Sheriff Curtis: The North American Indian, Karl Blossfeldt, and Eugène Atget: Paris.

Ken Adam

Sir Ken Adam, born 1921 in Berlin, first trained as an architect before starting out in the movie industry as a draughtsman.  He progressed quickly to production design on several major films, including Ben-Hur. Known particularly for his semi-futuristic designs and use of modern technologies and materials, Adam has collaborated with such top-class movie directors as Michael Caine, Jacques Tourneur, Robert Aldrich and Stanley Kubrick.

Neal Adams

Legendary artist Neal Adams began his comics career drawing fillers for Archie Comics in 1960, but achieved acclaim with the “Ben Casey” syndicated newspaper strip. He came to DC in 1967, where his celebrated runs on Batman and the controversial Green Lantern/Green Arrow stories cemented his reputation. In 1972, he turned to advertising illustration as the co-founder of design studio Continuity Associates.

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Adam Blackbourn

Adam Blackbourn has been a member of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s working family since 2006. In addition to his work as an artist and writer, he and his partner Ruei Ji run the Chinese-to-English translation studio Bacon Translations. He has collaborated on numerous publications about Christo and Jeanne-Claude.

Adrian Dannatt

Adrian Dannatt has been an actor, TV rock tour host, game-show contestant, filmmaker, artist, and curator. Editor-at-large of the New York literary journal Open City, he is also a contributing editor to Lacanian Ink and partner in the Paris-based movie distribution company Pretty Pictures. He has written for a wide variety of publications in Europe and America and for the last decade has been New York correspondent for The Art Newspaper. His books include US Holocaust Museum, Jan Worst, and Anthony Palliser.

Adam Lindemann

Adam Lindemann is a private investor and influential collector of contemporary art and design. In partnership with designer Marc Newson, he re-launched Ikepod, a Swiss watch design company. He also writes a monthly column on collecting for The New York Observer.

Adrian Moore

Adrian Moore was born in Toronto and raised in the United States by British parents. He has written articles about culinary trends for a variety of international publications and is currently Assistant Chef Concierge at Mandarin Oriental, Paris. This is his first book.

Adele Schlombs

Adele Schlombs studied Sinology, East Asian art history, European art history, and comparative religious studies at Cologne and Heidelberg Universities. From 1984 to 1987 she studied at Kyoto University and gained her doctorate in 1989 at Heidelberg University. In 1991, she took over the directorship of the Museum of East Asian Art in Cologne and since then she has organized numerous loan exhibitions of Japanese and Chinese art.