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Description: Visionaire says, "Come PLAY with us." Sixteen artists take to their cameras or computers and create original films in the form of flip books for Visionaire No. 39: Play. Collected together, the sixteen flip books are encased in a sleek tilted case. Contributions include works by leading photographers Steven Meisel, Nick Knight, Mario Testino, Steven Klein, and Craig McDean, plus a provocative dance number captured by Peter Lindbergh and a blooming flower photographed by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The issue also features a daredevil explosion by video artist Roman Signer; a collaboration between film-graphics firm Imaginary Forces (Minority Report) and architect Greg Lynn; a special message from artist Tony Oursler's lips; cross-country travel from the Snorri Brothers directing team; work from preeminent filmmakers Pedro AlmodAvar, Spike Jonze, Darren Aronofsky, and Wong Kar Wei; and a burlesque Visionaire can-can dancer by Baz Luhrmann. Visionaire No. 39: Play was conceived in collaboration with the creators of PlayStation 2, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE).
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Book Description New York: Visionaire, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Condition: New/sealed (still in original shipping carton). First, only edition. #1546 of 4000 printed. Wrappers and wooden box, mixed media. Compare other conditions & prices online. Sixteen artists take to their cameras or computers and create original films in the form of flip books. From the Publisher: "With issue 39, ’Play', Visionaire began to experiment with the moving image. ‘Play' developed as an issue devoted to film, featuring the work of directors like Pedro Almodóvar and Darren Aronofsky, as well as high-fashion lensmen like Nick Knight and Craig McDean. Presented in collaboration with Sony PlayStation, the issue melded the high-tech worlds of gaming and video with the retro, lo-fi, tactile sensibilities of flip-books. From Karl Lagerfeld’s footage of a blooming flower to Baz Luhrmann’s film of a sultry cancan dance, 'Play' took a vintage publishing format and placed it resolutely in the present. For his flip-book, Steven Meisel imagined model Amber Valletta as 'Little Edie' Beale from Grey Gardens.” Compare this offer with other conditions & prices online. Large, fragile, magazine/object, requires extra packing & shipping charges. Seller Inventory # 5012
Book Description Visionaire Publishing, LLC, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111888645393
Book Description Visionaire Publishing, LLC, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1888645393