Beautiful first edition of Lavater's interpretation of this cautionary fairy tale drawn from Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm, preceded by a key to her visual language and an unusual (for Lavater) explanatory text.
Original book sculpture created from the pedagogical reader TOWARD LIBERAL EDUCATION by Louis Glenn Locke featuring a vignette of a male and female figure dancing – or engaged in a more sexual activity.
Scarce signed first trade edition of this important artist's book from the founder of Art Brut, inscribed in year of publication to collaborator, Compagnie de l'Art Brut secretary, and co-editor of the Cahiers de l'Art Brut, Jacqueline Voulet.
Unique manuscript artist's book from the noted Portland Oregon musician and artist, reflecting on the cosmic nature of change – with calligraphic quotes from philosophers and scientists who pondered the heavens.
Brilliant artist's book from John Gerard's Paperstudio in which artist Wolfgang Heuwinkel utilizes chromatography to color handmade paper, the sheets then cleverly cut to form the letters that spell "Anfang" (Beginning) and 'Ende' (End) — all appropriately bound dos-à-dos.