[Herunterladen Audiobooks] High Times: A History of Aviation (Leporello) Autor Golden Cosmos – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

High Times: A History of Aviation (Leporello) Respected Berlin illustrators Golden Cosmos celebrate the cultural history of flight in the latest title from Nobrow s popular Leporello series A concertina book, High Times unfolds to reveal a bold fifty four inch panorama that can be read as a book, displayed on a mantelpiece, or framed as a beautiful print.With their trademark bold use of color and adeptness for shape and form, Golden Cosmos lovingly recall humanity s quest to conquer the skies Featuring everything from Icarus mythological attempts to the revolutionary innovations of the Jet Age and beyond, High Times is perfect for lovers of history, technology, and art alike.



5 thoughts on “High Times: A History of Aviation (Leporello)

  1. S. Brown S. Brown says:

    I bought this for my 14 year old son, who has been interested in aviation and aerospace since he was 4 When I gave it to him, he opened it up and immediately pronounced it, Cool This is a major accomplishment for a mom of a teen, who is used to reaction


  2. Rachel I. Walker Rachel I. Walker says:

    This is a beautiful fold out booklet with wonderful illustrations depicting an abridged history of the world of human flight I d love to frame it for the wall the only problem is both sides are equally enchanting


  3. Cthulhu Cthulhu says:

    I suppose the expectation is that everyone joins the praise choir and emotes over such an amazing accomplishment Because an accomplishment it should be for someone to illustrate the entire history of flight with no than 1 2 pages worth of text and some quickly d


  4. Robin Robin says:

    It took me some time to fully appreciate High Times, but I think it s an interesting leoprello or concertina style book given its unique format that presents a creative and thought provoking perspective on flight and related historical events over the ages I think of


  5. Ursiform Ursiform says:

    Personally, I like the illustration style of this poster But the take on history bothers me.The jacket provides a timeline and some text on the authors history of aviation The first half is OK Then it gets odd The jet fighter is credited to 1950, with mention of breaking t


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