The fusion of word and image, the sharp interrogatory, the incisive observation. Paula shoots from the hip and from the camera. You’ll never look at things quite the same way after you complete Volume 1 of her proverbial pondering and pictures.
The journals of a young French woman written in the years 2011-2013, this extraordinary memoir text documents in her own words her relationship and recovery from anorexia, an eating disorder. It is estimated that 70 million people worldwide can be called anorexics. Also available in a French edition, and Kindle formats.
The journals of a young French woman written in the years 2011-2013, this extraordinary memoir text documents in her own words her relationship and recovery from anorexia, an eating disorder. It is estimated that 70 million people worldwide can be called anorexics. Also available in an English edition, and Kindle formats.
The artist Milo Reice works in a private world of his own creation, drawing his inspiration from the Italian Renaissance, fusing his work with modern themes and preoccupations. A career outsider, he works and draws in his own peculiar time. He builds his own armatures, stretches his own canvases, fabricates his own frames. His home is a private laboratory of color, shape, design. There is only one Milo, and these photographs from 2015-2016 document his individuality and unique process.
In a world of limitation and regulation, how aware are you of the restrictions placed on your own existence? In this collection of signs discovered all over Planet Earth, the artist and photographer Paula Sweet documents the shrinking area of personal freedom and encourages us to rethink the contrary: if a sign is to be placed, should it not encourage us to some productive or positive action? 178 pages
This unconventional guide to the Medina of Marrakech helps you locate shops and shopkeepers in a simple way: portraits of the people who work there. Since everyone in the Medina knows everyone else, this is an excellent way to get to know one of the most fascinating places in Morocco.
Our 94-year old Grandpa does it all. In this book, the third of a trio, he takes a long walk out to the pier and observes people enjoying the beach. Grandpa encounters a talkative seagull he met last Summer. Then he sits on a bench. Grandpa has many opinions and everyone knows him. But like all good walks, this one ends when Grandpa decides it's time for his nap. An illustrated story which grandchildren of all ages will enioy, especially for the little details in every photograph.
A hamman has operated continuously since 1546 near the Mosque Mouassine in the Marrakech medina. Women only. In the winter of 2015-2016 the artist Paula Sweet visited the hammam and memorialized what she saw in a series of watercolor drawings. This volume contains images of 75 of those works, created from memory, a glimpse into a secret, traditional and intimate world unknown to men. This book was designed in horizontal format with binding at the top edge.
Five hundred years ago the Italian adventurer Antonio Pigafétta returned to Vicenza, following a 3-year sea voyage, the first circumnavigation of the world. This book documents a ceremonial re-creation of Pigafétta’s return to Vicenza, which included a procession through town, readings from his journal, a visit to his ancestral home and other landmarks including the Basilica of Palladio.
Catalina is a small island just off the coast of Los Angeles. This special edition has been formatted exclusively for the convenience of Kindle and tablet readers. Full text appears as the first pages of the document, with a photo gallery as the final pages.
Two cities on planet Earth existing at a distance of 6116 miles. In this photographic meditation, photographer Paula Sweet explores the similarities and differences between Seal Beach, California and Vicenza, Italy.