Creature Feature

September 20, 2007 at 10:06 pm 2 comments

A big Thank You is in order to SwissMiss for pointing out that I desperately want this book by photographer Andrew Zuckerman:
Andrew Zuckerman-Creature
The photographs look fantastic:
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I love the blank white page.
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How cute is that armadillo butt? I didn’t even know they could do that! Andrew Zuckerman’s site is definitely worth checking out, as is the site of the super fantastic SwissMiss. Now, I have a date with the couch, diet Mountain Dew, BBQ Pringles & the premier episode of ANTM Cycle 9.
You better work!


Entry filed under: ANTM, Art + Artist, Blogs & Blogging, Design.

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  • 1. msdarby  |  September 21, 2007 at 6:38 pm

    Oooh, and it seems the forward is by Graham Nash…I am guessing it is THAT Graham Nash, no? Maybe I’ll go find out. Looks like a great book to add to the collection.

    Happy couch time!

  • 2. msdarby  |  September 21, 2007 at 7:14 pm

    Being the Joni Mitchell fan that you are, you likely already know this, but…Joni got Graham to take his photography seriously. I did not know that he was a photographer before he was a musician. And that he started this bad-ass digital printing of fine art called Nash Editions.

    And here, I thought that “Sleep Song” was what drew me to him…

    Didn’t mean to take the focus off of the beautiful Creature, but I was intrigued by the Graham Nash connection.


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