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Blood Sweat And Tears: Or How I Stopped Worrying And Learned to Love Fashion by Bruce Weber
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 14.88" Width: 11.42" Height: 2.6" Weight: 9.57 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Te Neues Publishing Company
ISBN 3832790985 ISBN13 9783832790981
Availability 0 units.
More About Bruce Weber
Bruce Weber's incomparable photographs appear every month in U.S. and international fashion magazines, including features in Vogue and other Conde Nast magazines, and in Rolling Stone and Interview. Exhibitions of his work in New York and in galleries around the world have enjoyed wide popularity. His photographs are represented in the permanent collections of London's Victoria and Albert Museum and in the photography division of the City of Paris. Author of Bear Pond (Bulfinch, 1990), Bruce Weber (Bulfinch,1991), Gentle Giants (Bulfinch, 1994) and A House is Not a Home (Bulfinch, 1996).
Bruce Weber currently resides in Paramus, in the state of New Jersey. Bruce Weber was born in 1951.
Reviews - What do customers think about Blood Sweat And Tears: Or How I Stopped Worrying And Learned to Love Fashion?
excellent work Aug 23, 2007
Bruce Webber is the best photographer there is. Each picture makes you want to take the time to apriciate his work.
Master of his art Dec 23, 2006
Bruce is the master of two dimensional space. As always, interesting and provocative.
A Coffee table book of mammoth magnitude... Nov 10, 2006
An amazing Bruce Weber portfolio and everything a good coffee table book should be. It's size is amazing pound for pound and filled to the brim with Bruce's ad campaigns for Versace, Abercrombie & Fitch, endless fashionista mags as well as a plethora of portraits. Quite a treat for the eyes for no one takes a picture like Bruce Weber. Never have I seen a photographer who can capture the ultimate essence of beautiful youth like this man. Indulge yourself with this one...
positively excellent Nov 10, 2006
Probably the best photo book I have ever seen. Excellent quality and one to keep for life. In the Netherlands it would cost be 150. Bij this site just a little over 80.
BEYOND WACK Jan 3, 2006
You have got to be kidding me. This stuff was tacky when it ran in magazines... so now a book of it? Whatev... not to mention the horribly CHEAPO paper and way crummy binding. What was the guy thinking? Filthy lucre, I suppose. Three to six months until it hits the remainder table. A better subtitle might have been, "How I Stopped Worrying About What a Decent Book Should Be". Save yourself the bread.