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Dogs Gods | By Tim Flach

A couple of weeks ago we featured the amazing best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel "Underwater Dogs". A book filled with unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. "Dogs Gods" by multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach (author of the critically acclaimed Equus), is also an exquisite study of "man´s best friend" and delivers an appealing and exciting photographic tribute to one of our closest companions.

You can buy it in Europe here




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EATING WITH THE CHEFS | Image

EATING WITH THE CHEFS

Swedish photographer Per-Anders Jörgense traveled around the world not to eat in the world´s most famous restaurants, but to document and photograph the chefs and staffers eating their daily meals before or after work. "Eating with the chefs"  is a beautifully illustrated book, it features "Family meals” behind closed restaurant doors and intimate scenes captured through exquisite photography at top restaurants including Noma, Le Chateaubriand and The French La...
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SOARIGAMI ARMREST DIVIDER | Image

SOARIGAMI ARMREST DIVIDER

Soarigami is a genius way to stop airplane armrest battles for good, a folding device that extends and divides the paltry elbow room of your shared airplane armrest! Simply unfold it, clamp it over an existing armrest, and the device will create two armrests instead of just one to fight over. Ideal for frequent flyers, Soarigami sets out to make armrest sharing an elbow-fighting-free zone. Made of recycled plastic, it folds flat for easy carry when it’s not being us...
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GEORGE LUCAS A LIFE

George Lucas: A Life is the long-awaited life-story of the cinema legend and Star Wars creator. This is the first biography of the director to encompass the Star Wars prequels and everything that followed, such as the blockbuster series with Indiana Jones. The book takes us back to 1977, where a problem-plagued, budget-straining independent science-fiction film opened in a mere thirty-two American movie theaters. That was of course The Star Wars, now one of the most...
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