A book on the life and work of Adolph Frederick Reinhardt, notable abstraction artist of NYC in the 20th century. He’s particularly well-known for his “black” or “ultimate” paintings.
A how-to diy book on Tambour needlework. 1997 Paperback
For our photography fans, today we offer signed copy of George Tice’s “Urban Romantic.” Beautiful full-page photos on glossy paper in a large book format.
Watch out for that mask on the cover—It’s the one used for male circumcision!
"Devilman’s Jungle" by Gustaf Bolinder.
Translated from the Swedish. 1954.
Suzuki Harunobu (1725?-1770)
Kondasha Library of Japanese Art No. 7. Text by Ichitaro Kondo. Translated and adapted by Kaoru Ogimi. 1956. First English Edition.
Another fine art book on the shelves at Panoply Books in Lambertville, NJ.
"The Occult Explosion" by Nat Freedland. 1973. Produced by Martin R. Cerf. Based on book with same name.
"Probing dialogue & 12 page booklit" are included with 2 full-length LPs on ESP, yoga, witchcraft, Satanism, psychics, spiritualism, astrology, UFOs and Indian magic. Self-described as a comprehensive introduction.
LP: “Helping to revive the almost lost art of Hollerin’ ” by Sam F. Hudson.
Hollerin’? …Wazzat? Well, it’s what rural people naturally did as they went about life, in the days before radios and trucks and such. They’d loudly sing and yell for different reasons, and a person was known by his holler, which was as distinctive as his face. Now, hollerin’ ain’t hog calling, so don’t go getting the two confused. Or so says quote in the booklet. We couldn’t say, as we haven’t braced ourselves to play it yet.
Sponsored by The Spivey’s Corner Volunteer Fire Department (North Carolina), who continue to hold a National Hollerin Contest. (http://youtu.be/podVxyUypqo)
BIG BOOKS, tiny words.
Compact Oxford English Dictionary (1971)