New York: Museum of Arts and Design, 2014. 4to. Original printed boards.
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New York: Abrams, 2008. Folio. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION. "Belgian artist, designer, and interior decorator Isabelle de Borchgrave has created exquisite paper dresses evoking high fashions from the courts of the Medici in the Renaissance to the legendary Fortuny silks of the early 20th century. Their historical authenticity, combined...
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007. Folio. Profusely illustrated. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION.
Rizzoli, 2014. Folio. Cloth-backed decorated boards. FIRST EDITION. The definitive monograph of Jeremy Scott.
Zurich / New York: Editions Stemmle, 2001. Folio. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION. Introduction by Héctor Abad Faciolince with poems by Gloria María Pardo Vargas.
Rizzoli, 2014. 4to. Flexible black printed cloth. FIRST EDITION.
Archipelago Press, 2007. 4to. Cloth; dust jacket; decorated slipcase. FIRST EDITION. Originally published in 1999 (Archipelago Press, Singapore), and here reprinted, this book tells about Jim Thompson, the American businessman who disappeared in the jungles of the Cameron Highlands in Malaysia after developing a successful silk business.
Alderley, Australia: Dove Press, 1990. Two volumes, folio. Lavishly illustrated with color photography. Cloth; dust jackets; slipcase. FIRST EDITION, signed by Coates on the titles of both volumes. The first definitive account of the bird life of the country.
London: Violette Editions, 2001. 4to. Original color-illustrated cloth, lettered in silver on black cloth backstrip. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Paul Smith in 2001 on the front free endpaper. In this wide-ranging compendium on fashion and art, Smith collaborated with Richard Williams, James Flint, Glen Baxter, Paul Slater, Mick...
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1946. 12mo. 77 pages. Folding map at end, photographic plates. Flexible cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION, second printing, a presentation copy, inscribed by Fryxell on the title to a classmate from Augustana College. Fryxell was the leading expert on the Tetons, an...
London: John Murray, 1830. 12mo. 402 pages. Half-title. Extra-illustrated with the series of 12 etched plates by George Cruikshank separately issued. Late 19th/early 20th-century half black morocco, marbled boards, top edges gilt. FIRST EDITION of this late work by Scott. Though without the frontispiece by John Skene, this copy is...
Carmel, CA: The Friends of Photography, 1985. 4to. Printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION, issue 38 of the Friends of Photography series.
New York: Phyllis Johnson, 1965. Printed card box containing pamphlets, broadsides, portfolios, for the 15th annual International Design Conference. FIRST EDITION of the first issue of Phyllis Johnson's seminal artists journal, with contributions by Denis Higgins, Freddie Fisher, Chuck Israels, Peggy Clifford, Robert C. W. Theobald, Jan C. Rowan, Arthur...
Shion International, 1984. 4to. Loose sheets as issued in paper wrappers, outer paper portfolio. FIRST EDITION of this career retrospective of the artisti's paper works.
London: Laurence King / Alan Marcuson, 1997. Folio. 368 pages. 500 illustrations, of which 424 in color. Cloth; dust jacket. FIRST EDITION of this fine reference for textile scholars, collectors and designers.
Igal Roodenko for New Directions, 1959. Single folded sheet, folding to 5.5 x 3.5 inches. FIRST EDITION, one of 100 copies, of this poem written by the poet "To be Recited to [his wife] Flossie on Her Birthday." Wallace D18.
N.p. Mike Mentzer, . 4to. 70 pages. Pumped up with a profusion of black-and-white photographs. Printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION of this scarce self-published book by body building superstar Mike Mentzer. His philosophical approach is seen throughout, not only in his discussion of technique and equipment, but in the value of...
Los Angeles: Leafcar Editions, 2009. Large folio. 467 pages. A lavishly illustrated photobook. Black cloth; cloth folding case; publisher's printed cardboard box. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 309 of 1000 copies signed by Sokolsky (of which 100 are artist's proofs, and copies 1-300 included an original print). Art direction and...
Göttingen: Steidl / Dangin, 2005. Folio. Text in English. 3 pages text and 57 photographs, each gate-folded. Original plain black cloth-backed stiff black-paper wrappers; printed slipcase. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 474 of 1000 copies.
Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1927. Folio. 45 pages. Text in English and Greek. Wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Original niger-backed hessian boards by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, top edges gilt, others uncut; slipcase. LIMITED EDITION, number 129 of 275 copies. Introduction by J.S. Phillimore.
London: The Chiswick Press for Frederick Etchells and Hugh Macdonald, 1925. 8vo. 59 pages. Blue cloth-backed boards, uncut and unopened. LIMITED EDITION, one of 650 numbered copies from an edition of 725.
London: Beaumont Press, 1919. 8vo. Original linen-bacned decorated paper boards. FIRST EDITION, one of 250 copies from an edition of 226, of the sixth book from the Beaumont press. With a fine provenance: with the bookplates of Jerome Kern and John Quinn.
New York: Random House, 1939. Five volumes, royal 8vo. Original grey morocco. FIRST EDITION, DELUXE LIMITED ISSUE, one of 500 sets, signed by FDR on the front free endpaper of volume one. The is the complete set as originally published: Eight additional volumes were published in 1950.
San Fancisco: Nova Broadcast Press, 1970. Printed paper portfolio containing: four folding collage posters (one mounted as issued on inner front wrapper). Titled: Silent Weapon; Industry In Art; Play Money Not Negotiable; and untitled. Mustill was an American collage artist active in the 50s and 60s, who collaborated with William...
MCCM, 2008. Folio. 120 pages. Printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION. "Photographer John Fung's project One Square Foot challenges the viewer to seek a different appreciation of the open, geometric abstraction and complexity of spatial relationships in our concrete cities" (the publisher).