Individual Photographers and their Work
The Black Dogs Project
extraordinary black dogs and why we can't forget them
Hardcover ISBN: 1631060880
Combat Black Dog Syndrome worldwide; a portion of all proceeds from Black Dog Project will be donated to black dog rescue. One of Tumblr's most viral blogs of 2014, the Black Dogs Project is a stunning photo series by animal photographer Fred Levy. Known as "Black Dog Syndrome" in animal shelters and rescues, it refers to the unfortunate phenomenon that black dogs are frequently the LAST dogs to be adopted and the FIRST dogs to be euthanized in rescue shelters. Animal photographer Fred Levy couldn't believe that it was true, so he began talking with shelters. Not only does the phenomen exist, but he discovered it's an epidemic. Levy decided to turn his camera lens to black dogs, showing the world how beautiful they truly are. He called the photo series, The Black Dogs Project, and the stunning photographs have been shared worldwide, spreading awareness and attention to the problem. A portion of all proceeds for Black Dogs Project will be donated to black dog rescue.
Red-Blooded American Male
Hardcover ISBN: 1607749661
A coffee-table collection from an Emmy Award-winning director and photographer features 100 of his most eye-catching, memorable and sexy photographs of regular men and celebrities including Paul Rudd, Jon Stewart, and Matt LeBlanc.
Truly, Madly, Deeply
Hardcover ISBN: 190833729x
These amazing photographs showcase the stunning variety of marine life, from gargantuan sharks to microscopic invertebrates to vast gardens of coral. Gathered over 10 years, these glorious images explore the colors, patterns, and textures in the ocean, and will inspire the amateur marine biologist inside us all.
Hardcover ISBN: 0399591079
The award-winning author of Open City and photography critic for The New York Times Magazine combines two of his great passions in this innovative synthesis of words and images. The shadow of a tree in upstate New York. A hotel room in Switzerland. A young stranger in the Congo. In Blind Spot, readers follow Teju Cole’s inimitable musings into the visual realm as he refines the voice and intellectual obsessions that have earned him international acclaim. Through more than 150 photographs—taken in New York, Seoul, London, Lagos, Beirut, Zürich, Selma, and many other destinations—accompanied by surprising, lyrical text, Cole explores how we see the world and demonstrates once again why he’s considered one of the most powerful and original voices in contemporary literature.