[publisher: , New York] no publication date, probably 1989 - around pages (unpaginated) - in English - 196 double-page duotone illustrations - the famous high-speed photographs of human motion by English photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904) featuring 163 types of action broken down into 4,789 photographic sequences.
In the last year of World War II a group of photographers led by Frits Kahlenberg went underground. From underneath their coats, from porches and with the camera hidden in a bag they photographed terror, misery, resistance and the liberation.
Twenty-five years after the war, Cas Oorthuys compiled his war photographs in this book.
The naked ladies alphabet by Anthon Beeke!
Cardboard portfolio partly illustrated, 30 b/w illustrations on the reverse, containing 30 loose cardboard sheets, as issued, depicting nude women in the shape of letters in duotone, texts in four languages on verso. This is a Quadrat-Print (Kwadraad-Blad) of De Jong & Co. lithographic and offsetprinters. The Quadrat-Prints are a series of experiments in printing ranging over the fields of graphic design, the plastic arts, literature, architecture and music. They are edited by Pieter Brattinga and were not for sale.