LaChapelle Land

LaChapelle Land

Hardback

By (author) David LaChapelle

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  • Publisher: CHANNEL PHOTOGRAPHICS
  • Format: Hardback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 292mm x 368mm x 23mm | 2,041g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2006
  • Publication City/Country: San Rafael
  • ISBN 10: 0976670801
  • ISBN 13: 9780976670803
  • Edition statement: Deluxe ed.
  • Illustrations note: 150 four col images
  • Sales rank: 576,244

Product description

Collected here for the first time in book form are works by the celebrity and fashion photographer David LaChapelle, the man American Photo magazine has called one of today's most successful breakthrough artists. Showcasing the full range of his unique talent, this beautiful volume incorporates LaChapelle's striking photographs of such subjects as Drew Barrymore, Jim Carrey, k.d. lang, and the Beastie Boys. 159 photos.

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David LaChapelle is the hottest young photographer working today. You've seen his celebrity portraits and fashion photography in Vanity Fair, Details, Paris Vogue, The Face, The New York Times Magazine, Arena, and on MTV. Now, for the first time in book form, more than 160 of his best and most outrageous images are brought together. Originally trained as a fine artist, LaChapelle turned to photography as a teenager, first working professionally for Any Warhol's Interview magazine. His career has grown steadily every since, but it exploded with the development of his signature style in the early 1990s. This book features LaChapelle's most striking photographs from the incomparably wide range of his work. A lively afterword by him provides a glimpse into his unique world. Legendary Japanese graphic artist Tadanori Yokoo designed the box and the book's covers, using elements from LaChapelle's pictures, especially for this book.