436 pages, 15 stories
dedicated to the colour blue
65€ + postage
Dive into the swimming pool, the ultimate symbol of Californian cool.
How a new generation of photographers redefined landscape photography.
Ferus Gallery: How to build an art scene from scratch and what to avoid in the process.
How Portuguese artist Helena Almeida turned herself into a drawing.
How a botanist became the first photographer to publish a book.
Discover the Algerian oasis of Biskra which inspired Matisse’s most controversial painting.
David Abrahams documented what has become of Biskra adobe villages.
Another busy day on Praça de Carlos Alberto through the lens of Jeff Boudreau.
The story of a fallen king, a twice divorced socialite and a young and ambitious photographer.
Jacques Majorelle, the painter who created the enchanting garden in heart of the Ochre City.
Alexandre Gurkinger Immerse himself in a vanishing minority known for its ancestral indigo dye.
From building sites to masterpieces: The line by Tim Ingold and Raffard-Roussel.
A travel story by Robbie Lawrence in the remote and unspoiled Faroe Islands.
Newton's Polaroids: a private collection of instant sexiness and artificial cyan tints.
Edouard Adam, the paint supplier who helped Yves Klein discovering the formula of its dazzling blue.
The legacy of the Protestant Reformation in today’s working uniforms by Charles Fréger.
The history of blue, the last primary colour to be tamed.
Follow the trail of denim, America’s most iconic fabric, from the Gold Rush to the Great Depression.
Take a road trip through Idaho with photographer Daniel Shea and denim hunter Brit Eaton.
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