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Explore the iconic world of Atari with The Art of Atari - the first official collection of original artwork used to enhance the Atari gaming experience. From packaging to advertising, this book spans over 40 years of exclusive artwork sourced from private collections worldwide. Co-written by Robert V. Conte and Tim Lapentino, gain insight on the development of dozens of Atari games including Asteroids and Centipede. Complete with a special Foreword by Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One, this book is a must-have for fans and collectors alike.
@SkinnerCreative @SloppyJ44 Hell yeah, that Art of Atari book is in a class of its own. cc: @lapetino – source
Experience contemporary Tokyo through the stunning and evocative color photographs of Liam Wong, an exciting new photographic talent. Raised in Edinburgh and working as a video game director in Canada, Wong fell in love with the ethereal beauty of Tokyo's floating worlds and nocturnal scenes. TO:KY:OO captures this allure through a refined collection of images and offers valuable insights into Wong's creative and technical processes for photography enthusiasts and students alike. Transport yourself to Tokyo with this timeless work of art.
I own this book and cannot recommend it enough.⚡️ #synthwave – source
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This autobiography takes readers on a journey through the life of rock icon Marilyn Manson. From backstage to the top of the charts, Manson shares his shocking and candid story, including his metamorphosis from a Christian schoolboy to the most feared and revered music superstar in the country. With bonus material not included in the hardcover, "By turns moving, funny, appalling, disturbing. . . . There has never been anything like it". --"Rolling Stone".
@JenniferBuat Amazing! Keep pushing. I assume you've read his book? It's so goddamn good. – source