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Voodoo Wedding By Gil Jawetz
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The collection is a travelogue of sorts and is inspired by New Orleans, Louisiana. The work draws on the iconography of the Voodoo Spiritual Temple, the uniqueness of the priestess’s... More > personality, and the many other colorful, vibrant elements of New Orleans culture – from the music to the architecture – that combined to make the experience so exciting. Voodoo Wedding is Jawetz’s third show at the Yellow Dog Tavern. The first two, BIG DOGS (2007) and Human(e) Beings (2008), were compiled in his book Human(e) Beings. He was most recently featured in Maryland Art Place’s 23rd Annual Critics Residency Program, curated by Vincent Katz. Featuring 29 original paintings, plus short essays. For more information on Gil Jawetz's work, please visit http://www.buskerdog.com< Less
Tell the World You Don't Suck: Modern Marketing for Commercial Photographers By Leslie Burns-Dell'Acqua
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Internationally known photo consultant and owner of Burns Auto Parts--Consultants, Leslie shares her best thoughts on marketing for the commercial photographer. This book covers everything from cold... More > calls to websites and social marketing and much more.< Less
Diamond Magazine - Issue 1 By Diamond Magazine
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This issue features individuals from Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. Andrea, Gabe, Margaret, Matt. Diamond Magazine features sexy photos and interesting interviews of attractive, amazing... More > individuals. The mission is to entertain, inform, and inspire. The outcome is everyone is free.< Less
Rubbings of Ancient Maya Sculpture by Joan W. Patten (softcover color edition) By Carl D. Callaway
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Rubbings of Ancient Maya Sculpture by Joan W. Patten (softcover color edition) American Sculptor Joan W. Patten (1924-2005) lived and traveled extensively throughout Guatemala from 1965-1982. The... More > Guatemalan government granted Joan official, carte blanche permission to make molds, casts and replicas of ancient Preclassic (1500 BC-250 AD) and Classic (250-900 AD) Maya relief sculpture. Her replicas of Maya stelae currently stand in Guatemala’s Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología, the National Zoo and at the Museo Popol Vuh gardens at Francisco Marroquín University. In addition to the replicas, she executed hundreds of rubbings in oils on colored fabric. With a sculptor’s touch and infinite patience, she rendered images onto cloth that are remarkably sharp in detail and line. The rubbings include images that preserve an abundance of information about Maya sculptural traditions, iconography, hieroglyphic writing, mythology and history.< Less