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  1. Postcards from Brussels

    Dave McKean: Postcard From Brussels


    The award-winning cover artist of Neil Gaiman's Sandman turns his attention to one of the world's most vibrant cities as Dave McKean presents a new travel book filled with drawings inspired by the streets, the people, the artists, and the architecture of Brussels. Learn More
  2. Brain Activity

    David Shrigley: Brain Activity


    Best known for his wry and witty drawings, British artist David Shrigley has built up an artistic practice that, over the past two decades, has expanded well beyond drawing to include photography, sculpture, neon signs, animation, painting, printmaking, publishing and music. Learn More
  3. daydream keiichi tanaami cover

    Daydream: Keiichi Tanaami


    Keiichi Tanaami is one of Japan's (and the world's) masters of experimental film, graphic design and illustration. Learn More
  4. Death Is Not The End

    Death Is Not The End: The Work of Alexander Heir - SIGNED


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    164 pages of the work of acclaimed underground punk artist Alexander Heir, including 10 new works exclusively available in this release. Handmade at Brooklyn’s Circadian Press and housed in a deluxe foil-pressed slipcase. Learn More
  5. Decadence and Dissolution

    Decadence and Dissolution: Tattoo and Kabuki Art By Kunichika


    Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900) was one of the last great masters of ukiyo-e, the Japanese art of woodblock-printing which peaked in the late Edo and early Meiji periods. Learn More
  6. Decadence Now

    Decadence Now: Visions of Excess


    Decadence Now!: Visions of Excess updates the androgyny, druggy velvet glamour, individualist dandyism and gothic decay of nineteenth-century Decadence for our times. Learn More
  7. Demons From The Haunted World

    Demons from the Haunted World: Supernatural Art By Yoshitoshi


    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, a student of ukiyo-e master Utagawa Kuniyoshi, showed a predilection towards two types of subject in his early work: exceptionally bloody musha-e ("warror prints”), and supernatural images of demons and ghosts. Learn More
  8. Diabolico



    Diabólico: Macabre Art from Horror Genre Maestros features 19 amazing artists with a forte for 'all-things gruesome and horrifying.' Learn More
  9. Dog Dreams

    Dog Dreams


    Originally printed by hand in a limited letterpress edition of 100 copies at the SF Center for the Book, Dog Dreams is a labor of love from the mind of author, artist, and printer Michael Wertz. The vibrantly colorful, engaging shapes in the board book pop out from the page in retro red and cyan that evokes a 60s feel. Learn More
  10. Dope Menace

    Dope Menace: The Sensational World of Drug Paperbacks


    While we now enjoy this exploitative genre for its campy kitsch, gloriously bad writing, and outlandish misinformation, drug paperback books were once a transgressive medium with a perversely seductive quality. Learn More
  11. Down By The Bay

    Down By The Bay


    A collection of graphite drawings inspired by artifacts, occult objects, art and antiques found on eBay. Learn More
  12. The Drawing Club

    Drawing Club: Master The Art Of Drawing Characters From Life


    Are you a fan of film, comics, video games and animation? Do you love to draw and tell stories? If so, you are like the hundreds of artists who come to expand and broaden their skills at Los Angeles' original character drawing workshop, The Drawing Club. Learn More
  13. Drawing Is Magic

    Drawing Is Magic: Discovering Yourself in a Sketchbook


    A sketchbook is an essential tool for the growth of any aspiring artist, but its blank pages can be daunting to even the most motivated. Learn More
  14. Drawing People

    Drawing People: The Human Figure in Contemporary Art


    The act of drawing has long been considered the foundation of an artistic education, and the life class essential to the formation of an artist's style and technique. Learn More
  15. Drawing the Head and Hands

    Drawing the Head and Hands


    The illustrator Andrew Loomis (1892-1959) is revered amongst artists - including the great American painter Norman Rockwell and comics superstar Alex Ross - for his mastery of figure drawing and clean, Realist style. Learn More
  16. The Drawings Of Laurie Lipton

    Drawings Of Laurie Lipton


    "The Drawings of Laurie Lipton" is a comprehensive survey of Lipton's fantastical, painstakingly detailed, hand-drawn images. Learn More
  17. Drawn In

    Drawn In: A Peek into the Inspiring Sketchbooks of 44 Fine Artists, Illustrators, Graphic Designers, and Cartoonists


    This book shares large full-color images and profiles each of the amazingly talented artists that discuss their sketchbooks and how they use them. Learn More
  18. Dream Spectres 2

    Dream Spectres 2 - Kabuki Nightmares: Ukiyo-E Ghosts, Magic And Mayhem


    Ukiyo-e, the art of woodblock design and printing, enjoyed a symbiosis with the kabuki theater almost from its inception in the late 17th century, with a significant number of images devoted to the popular theater. Learn More
  19. Dream Spectres

    Dream Spectres: Extreme Ukiyo-E: Sex, Blood, Demons, Monsters, Ghosts, Tattoo


    UKIYO-E - "images from the floating world” - were the most popular art-form of 19th century Japan. Like modern-day manga, these prints could be mass-produced and were admired by people from all sectors of society; and as in manga, the art of ukiyo-e included significant sub-genres dealing in violence, erotica and horror. Learn More
  20. Drew Friedman's Sideshow Freaks

    Drew Friedman's Sideshow Freaks


    Melvin Burkhart the Anatomical Wonder; Zip the Pinhead; Chang and Eng, the original Siamese twins; Johnny Eck, the King of the Freaks; Koo Koo the Birdgirl; and 45 more fascinating sideshow freaks both famous and obscure are immortalized in Drew Friedman’s delightful portraits. Learn More
  21. Eastern Shadows

    Eastern Shadows: Illustrated Japanese Ghost And Monster Tales (Ukiyo-e Master Series)


    In the late 19th and early 20th century, several Western writers who visited the newly-opened Japan assimilated, translated and published a host of weird, scary and stirring stories from the country's ancient folklore. Learn More
  22. Edible Selby

    Edible Selby


    Photographer Todd Selby is back, this time focusing his lens on the kitchens, gardens, homes, and restaurants of more than 40 of the most creative and dynamic figures working in the culinary world today. Learn More
  23. Eight Arms of Inspiration

    Eight Arms of Inspiration: The Octopus Art Project


    With a diverse array of mediums included, the octopus is interpreted in nearly 1,000 different ways by over 440 artists of many genres and disciplines. Learn More
  24. Electrical Banana

    Electrical Banana: Masters of Psychedelic Art


    From advertising and fashion to music and film, the psychedelic aesthetic defined the look of the 1960s. And yet neither the true scope of psychedelic art nor its key practitioners have ever been the subject of a thorough overview. Learn More
  25. Emek

    Emek: The Thinking Man's Poster Artist: Collected Works of AaarghT


    Poster artist Emek combines '60s counterculture psychedelia and '90s postindustrial iconography to create vibrant, visually stunning illustrations for rock concert posters and protest art. Learn More

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