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powerHouse gets props in The Book Issue of PDN

powerHouse gets props in The Book Issue of PDN

In their issue dedicated to perfect publishing, PDN Magazine acknowledges powerHouse Books for its prowess in art book publishing, distribution and promotion: “powerHouse ain’t just a name”.


Italian Vogue celebrates But That’s Another Story

Italian Vogue celebrates But That's Another Story

Italian Vogue celebrates the beauty and glamor featured in Milton H. Greene’s retrospective, But That’s Another Story. The book features Greene’s renowned fashion photography, and his photographs of socialites and celebrities. Milton H. Greene’s photography takes viewers back to the pinnacle of art, style and fashion.


Sartorially Inclined Blog shows who loves Take Ivy

Sartorially Inclined Blog shows who loves Take Ivy

Sartorially Inclined Blog posts the videos of Michael Bastian and others who love the iconic book Take Ivy. Originally published in 1965 in Japan is being re-released this fall in English by powerHouse Books. [Read the entry]


Audubon honors Forest Defenders

Audubon honors Forest Defenders

Audubon Magazine hails the figures portrayed in Christopher LaMarca’s documentary photography book, Forest Defenders: The Confrontational American Landscape; these environmentalists will go to extremes to protest the destruction of our country’s forests.


The Atlantic takes a look at The Curse of the Black Gold

The Atlantic takes a look at The Curse of the Black Gold

The Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta turns an eye to the victims of oil exploitation in South Africa. One of the United States’ largest suppliers of oil, it is critical, now more than ever, that the plight of these people be present in the public conscience.


“American Women” Spread in Harper’s Bazaar

"American Women" Spread in Harper's Bazaar

The May 2005 issue of Harper’s Bazaar featured the photography of Bryan Adams, who captured the essence of American women and what makes them so sexy!


Back in the Days in Vogue!

Back in the Days in Vogue!

“People Are Talking About..” features the photography book by Jamel Shabazz, which captures the style of the 1980′s Hip-Hop scene.


The New York Times covers “Back in the Days”

The New York Times covers "Back in the Days"

Back in the Days by Jamel Shabazz is a retrospective on the 80′s Hip-Hop scene and was featured in The New York Times Sunday Styles section.


Take Ivy

Take Ivy

Described by The New York Times as, “a treasure of fashion insiders,” Take Ivy was originally published in Japan in 1965, setting off an explosion of American-influenced “Ivy Style” fashion among students in the trendy Ginza shopping district of Tokyo. The product of four sartorial style enthusiasts, Take Ivy is a collection of candid photographs […]


The Photobook gets down with Sandhogs

The Photobook gets down with Sandhogs

The Photobook dug down deep to review Gina LeVay’s Sandhogs, a book whose photos reveal the essential “art form” of mining in a modernized city. [Read the review here]


Vogue features Take Ivy

Vogue features Take Ivy

Candy Pratts Price’s ultimate guide to season lists Take Ivy as a necessity in Vogue Magazine.


The Photobook looks past the High Glitz.

The Photobook looks past the High Glitz.

The esteemed blog, The Photobook, examined the cultural significance of High Glitz, a photo book by Susan Anderson that documents girls who participate in beauty pageants, a phenomenon exclusive to the United States… scary. Read here.


Very Normal People on Take Ivy

Very Normal People on Take Ivy

Very Normal People magazine says that “Take Ivy has survived the decades and is an essential object for anyone interested in the history or future of fashion.”


Complex Magazine interview on Full Bleed

Complex Magazine interview on Full Bleed

Complex Magazine sat down with Alex Corporan, one of the authors of the compilation of skateboard photographs. [Read the interview]


‘Take Ivy: Novel Then, Essential Now’

'Take Ivy: Novel Then, Essential Now'

Fashionista blog posts about the iconic Take Ivy. A book published originally in 1965 in Japan quickly became a classic example of all-American, preppy style. “If this book was influential before, it’s indispensable today.” says Fashionista. [Read the post]


DETAILS uses Take Ivy as an example of American quintessential style

DETAILS uses Take Ivy as an example of American quintessential style

Details features Take Ivy as an example of one of the most quintessentially American styles- Prep. Take Ivy was originally published in 1965 in Japan and was an instant style icon. [Read the full article]


Racked about Take Ivy

Racked about Take Ivy

Racked.com writes about “the classic menswear style manual” Take Ivy with photographs of the American Ivy League campuses in the late 1960′s and it’s re-release in English.


NBC’s Thread Blog about Take Ivy

NBC's Thread Blog about Take Ivy

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Variety announces that Pillage will become a film.

Variety announces that Pillage will become a film.

The novel Pillage, by Brantly Martin, is a dark tale of drug abuse and life as a pariah, and is being turned into a motion picture film, starring Rene Zellweger. [Read the post here]


Selectism on Take Ivy

Selectism on Take Ivy

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ArtDaily about Take Ivy

ArtDaily about Take Ivy

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GQ about Take Ivy

GQ about Take Ivy

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Hypebeast for Full Bleed

Hypebeast for Full Bleed

Hypebeast, blog for the trendy and hip, created some hype for Full Bleed: New York City Skateboard Photography. [Read the article]


Geekweek announces Full Bleed

Geekweek announces Full Bleed

Geekweek announced the release of Full Bleed: New York City Skateboard Photography. [Read the article]