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text 2016-04-15 16:36
Valencia Noir, a dark art book which will allure your imagination...

Hey there, it's been forever since I wrote a post here! Been busy, working, studying, producing a new book.

 

So... I'm bloody happy to announce a new book coming by end of May... It's a fully illustrated art book, featuring Black & White photographs of taken in Valencia, a beautiful Spanish city.

 

The arts of Valencia (painting, sculpture, archtecture, etc), have a unique style with a touch of darkness and a taste for the strange. Here is the book cover:

 

 

The Book title is: Valencia Noir - The Beautiful, The Fantastic and The Grotesque of Valencia, Spain

 

And here is the SYNOPSIS:


.:A Dark art book with 160+ black & white photographs!:.

City of bats, dragons and gods. City of artistic daring throughout the centuries of history.

This is Valencia, a Spanish realm where all fantasies – be they innocent, adventurous or obscure – take shape on canvas, wood, metal and stone. Wherever you go, a thousand archetypal faces and winged heraldic chimeras follow you.

In this art book you will take a fully illustrated tour through medieval towers, gothic temples, strange artistic wonderlands, and the city of the dead.

Embark on a trip which will take you to distant places and allow you to indulge the feelings and thoughts you’ve been trying to hide. After this, you will never be the same again.

For ages 18+ - contains dark themes.
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The E-book versions (Kindle and Epub) have less images, due to the format. It counts with 110 photos vs 160 on the print versions (paperback and hardcover).
 
Here are some promo pics you also find in the book:
 

 
You can read more about the art book here: http://tragicbooks.com/valencianoir.html
 
Source: tragicbooks.com
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