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LA Portraits - New SIGNED 1st Edition/1st Printing

Oriol, Esteban

Published by Drago, 2014
ISBN 10: 8888493891 / ISBN 13: 9788888493893
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Title: LA Portraits - New SIGNED 1st Edition/1st ...

Publisher: Drago

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition


Brand new 1st Edition/1st Printing hardcover boldly signed across most of the verso of the first free endpage with silver marker on black background and without inscription at a signing event in Los Angeles. There are just a couple of pages of text in this chilling book; the rest of the pages are filled with in-your-face photographs of men and women who would just as well see you dead as alive. They're making gang signs, displaying tattoos and scars, and pointing an amazing array of firearms directly at you! The only smiles are smirks. Photography that is definitely not for the faint of heart. The book will be bubble-wrapped to protect the corners and shipped in a sturdy box to ensure safe delivery. Bookseller Inventory # ABH77

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Synopsis: Iconic photographer/director Estevan Oriol releases a follow-up to his cornerstone LA Woman book: Portraiture of Los Angeles Volume 1. The release of Oriol's first published book, LA Woman (2009), caught fans and followers by surprise. Capturing the women of Los Angeles in their most confronting, gritty environments it was not the subject matter he was most well-known for. It established Estevan Oriol as the king of female street photography, cementing his reputation as Los Angeles' most respected street photographer. LA Woman was a smash hit, selling out globally in a very short time. Portraiture of Los Angeles Volume 1 is the next compelling installment of Oriol's work to date. This series will comprise hundreds of photos documenting the most amazing, real L.A street life the public has ever witnessed, from the lense of its originator Estevan Oriol. Dealing with sensitive environments and highly guarded subjects, Oriol has earned the trust and respect of the streets at all levels - from taking images on set of Hollwood's A list, to the most reclusive hoods in Los Angeles and all over the world. In commemoration of the release, the following activities will take place: a series of viral videos will be launched bringing you up close with the subject matter; Gallery shows and events will take place strategically around the world. Apart from pioneering genres of street photography, Estevan Oriol is also creating a new road map of how the normal systems of publishing have been working, inviting his fans to be a part of the process and to easily access content. Drago and SA Studios Global (SASG) - Oriol's creative conglomerate - have entered into a partnership with the intention of revisiting the current publishing model. Recognizing the importance of digital in this new frontier, the physical is just as important.

About the Author: Born and raised in Los Angeles, Estevan Oriol pulls inspiration from the city and reflects its sensibilities in his work. Southern California juxtaposes the glitzy and the gritty more than anyplace on Earth and those extremes are visible both in Oriol's choice of subject and execution. Whether he's photographing gang life, a fashion model, or Dr. Dre, there is a voice in his work that is distinctly LA bred.

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