coffee-table book


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an elaborate oversize book suitable for displaying on a coffee table

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In addition, the DST launched another coffee-table book marking the 10-year cooperation between South Africa and Japan in the field of science and technology.
The coffee-table book is a compilation of articles which have appeared in The Week under the title 'First Citizen' from January 2013 to May 2014.
And I said this is more than a video, this is a coffee-table book.
This slim, handsome, coffee-table book containing artistic impressions of 12 great composers with rich explanatory essays is an invitation to indulgence.
The award-winning film documentary has now produced a unique and extraordinary coffee-table book of photography showcasing Zana Briski's own work in collaboration with these children's photography over a period of seven years.
As Pastor and Brother" 'is a substantial coffee-table book.
This is one coffee-table book that will not just sit, but inspire and provoke.
If you would like to order a copy of this beautiful coffee-table book reflecting the people and the spirit of the FFA through a collection of thoughts, impressions and photographs, please contact M.
Meanwhile, Pantheon's latest publication, Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross--a gorgeous coffee-table book filled with painted renditions of Superman, Wonder Woman, and their cohorts--features art direction, design, and text by Kidd.
Despite the old photos and wealth of personalities, this is a mediocre coffee-table book.
Although its title might lead some to think it is a coffee-table book featuring those adorable little boys who cavort through Italian Renaissance art, it is instead a series of erudite iconographic essays, which draw deeply from studies of poetry, festivals, psychology, and medicine.
God-Sent is neither a tract nor a coffee-table book, though its theological purpose and rich illustrations point in both directions.
Tanzania, African Eden is one coffee-table book you should not be without.