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Author: Mark Thomas Gibson
Publisher: Patrick Frey Editions
Over the course of 2016, with the American presidential election looming, American artist Mark Thomas Gibson (b. 1980, Miami) began drawing at his kitchen table in search of answers to the question of the quest for utopia. The upshot is his second artists book, Early Retirement, featuring over 200 pen-and-ink drawings, his follow-up to Some Monsters Loom Large (2016), a story revolving around Mr. Wolfson, a werewolf and Doomsday prophet seeking to move up in the ranks of New York Citys highly competitive street prophecy scene. Gibson uses the traditional black-and-white palette of graphic novels to create stark contrasts and settings in which positive and negative space define the composition. Relying on a minimal aesthetic, he plays off both fine art and comic book vernacular of sequential narrative and rarely edits his drawings. Trusting his drawings to provide answers, in the process, Gibson leads the reader to some future truths. Gibson is a professor at Yale University School of Art.
Schachendspiele in Der Praxis
Author: Muller, Wolfgang Pajeken, Bettina Trabert, Karsten, Petra Nunn, Wolfgang
Codex Imperial Guard
Author: Andy Chambers, Games Workshop, Pete Haines, Andy Hoare, Mark Owen, Phil Kelly, Graham McNeill, John Michelbach, Michelle Barson, Alexander Boyd, Adrian Smith, Karl Kopinski
A supplement to the Warhammer 40,000 game. Describes in detail the Imperial guard army, its background and its heroes. Includes an army list, background, a hobby section and special characters.
Author: Chris Floyd
Publisher: Reel art Press
It has been 20 years since the colossal global success of The Verve's era-defining Urban Hymns, and it remains one of the biggest-selling British albums of all time. Photographer Chris Floyd was embedded with the band during their meteoric rise from late 1996 to 1997. He documented the recording, touring and promoting of the album in Britain, Ireland and the US--the only photographer to have such access. This is the first time his photographs from that period have been published, with most completely unseen. The book is also a celebration of what it meant to be young in the last moments of societal unself-awareness, before the explosion of the internet and social media, and it includes a section dedicated to people's memories of 1997. Chris reflects: "for a while it felt like being at the center of the universe.... We were in a brief golden era, when it looked like the world was unshackling itself and beginning to develop a more advanced and progressive attitude. We seemed to be in a decade that had taken a holiday from history. I am grateful and thankful that I got to live out my twenties in such a fertile, peaceful and creative period." Michael Holden writes in his introduction: "Those years, it turns out, were the twilight of analogue consciousness and certain seeming certainties about the world at large. Whatever we are now, we were not then. This isn't just the everyday past we're looking at, but another planet."