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Titans: Muhammad Ali and Arnold Schwarzenegger

Satterwhite, Al

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ISBN 10: 1854432311 / ISBN 13: 9781854432315
Published by Dalton Watson
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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1854432311 2008; black cloth boards in dust jacket; small tear at top edge of jacket, otherwise in new condition; signed by photographer Al Satterwhite on front fly; text is clean; 262 pages; Folio - over 12" to 15" tall; Additional shipping charges will be requested for international or expedited orders. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1083439

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Title: Titans: Muhammad Ali and Arnold ...

Publisher: Dalton Watson

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

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In the time I spent with these two legends, Ali and Schwarzenneger, I learned the secret to what makes a great champion. Ali and Schwarzenneger uniquely invoke this secret. It’s elegant in its simplicity and one of the most profound lessons I have ever learned. Arnold Schwarzenegger does not seem to be comparable to Muhammad Ali on the surface.  But look closer. Both Ali and Schwarzenegger came from nowhere to win titles. Both men were great physical specimens, but later became known for their wit, humanity and crowd-pleasing nature...not merely for their brawn. And, of course, both men became known as two of the greatest icons of their time. They did it largely because they were both able to overcome stereotypes and false perceptions. They are champions, Titans of their generation, for one simple reason: It never occurred to them that they weren’t champions. These two men had an unprecedented awareness, a power within them, which expressed a winner. And, it was merely a matter of time before the rest of the world recognized them as champions.  This is a black and white photo essay of Muhammad Ali and Arnold Schwarzenegger during their early years, training for their titles.

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Al Satterwhite began his photography career while in high school, shooting for the St Petersburg Times newspaper, and a few years later, he started freelancing and soon was traveling around the world working nonstop for magazine clients such as Life, Look, Time, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated . In the 1970s he moved to Los Angeles to concentrate on advertising, and in 1980 relocated to New York City where he went on to shoot many award-winning print campaigns for national and international clients. In the 1990s, bored with advertising, he returned to Los Angeles to concentrate on shooting features. Satterwhite is a photo-journalist, an advertising photographer and a director/cameraman; he has won numerous national and international awards for his photographic images and his film work. While he is considered an authority on color and design, TITANS give the reader a rare look at his black and white photographs showing two men and their path to achievement.Their stark beauty and boldness show what these men went through to attain their goals.

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