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eBook Tattoos, Hornets  Fire: The Millennium Sweden Photographs download ISBN: 0985169613
Author: Paul Solberg,Christopher Makos
Publisher: Glitterati; 1st edition (October 16, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1946 kb
Fb2: 1341 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Europe

Christopher Makos (Author), Paul Solberg (Author). I should preface this by saying I am enthralled by all things Swedish. I have been to Stockholm once, so as I read the Millennium trilogy I would try to envision what I had seen and match it with what I was reading.

Christopher Makos (Author), Paul Solberg (Author). So, I had high expectations for the photos in this book. Some were wonderful, but there wasn't enough text to correlate with places written about in the books, in my opinion. Also, there were too many 'artsy' photos for my liking, . a blurry photo of a subway tunnel.

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Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg are widely acknowledged as the best in their field and have published over 15. .

Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg are widely acknowledged as the best in their field and have published over 15 books on the subjects of art, artists, travel, flowers, and portraits, among others. In perfect harmony with these goals, Tattoos Hornets Fire: The Millennium Sweden Photographs is a robust visual rendition of Sweden and its people, which speaks volumes to the country's unique heritage and beauty. Glitterati Incorporated, the book's publisher, has set a general release for the book of October 16th, 2012.

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Tattoos Hornets Fire: The Millennium Sweden centers around photographs by Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, who capture the country as it was brought to the world through the best-selling books and recent Daniel Craig film. Developed in conjunction with VisitSweden, the country's tourism promotion office, and the airline SAS, the hefty tome isn't exactly a traditional guidebook - but it does include some useful information for visitors looking for this particular version of Sweden. Publisher Glitterati will be giving away copies of the book - and a trip to Sweden - via a Pinterest contest, in conjunction with VisitSweden, beginning September 24.

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Tattoos, Hornets & Fire: The Millennium Sweden Photographs. by Christopher Makos, Paul Solberg. ISBN 9780985169619 (978-851696-1-9) Hardcover, Glitterati Incorporated, 2012. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Paul Solberg at LibraryThing.

TATTOOS HORNETS FIRE for the first time presents a pictorial dimension to the Sweden that has been introduced to so many readers of Stieg Larsson's luminous novels, and one that they have longed to know better. Stirring photography by internationally renowned photographers of the locations from these three books offer witness not only to locations that until this publication have rested in readers' minds alone, but with additional photography, provide an ambience of the entirety of this beautiful, intriguing and widely unexplored country not recently documented in book format.Here is a wonderful cultural excursion for the armchair traveler; a memento for the coffee table of the reader who has visited Sweden; and a first-time visual introduction for the soon-to-be traveler to Sweden to the places made so memorable and mesmerizing by Stieg Larsson.Created with the important collaboration and support of VisitSweden, the Swedish tourist board, compelling images created exclusively for this book by two photographers widely acknowledged as the best in their field along with definitive explanations of the sites and their histories by one of Sweden's foremost travel guides combine to create an important document in addition to a compelling read and visual tour de force.
Comments: (2)
Fordrellador
I should preface this by saying I am enthralled by all things Swedish. I have been to Stockholm once, so as I read the Millennium trilogy I would try to envision what I had seen and match it with what I was reading. So, I had high expectations for the photos in this book. Some were wonderful, but there wasn't enough text to correlate with places written about in the books, in my opinion. Also, there were too many 'artsy' photos for my liking, i.e., a blurry photo of a subway tunnel. I still enjoyed it, I just thought there would be more narrative. Also, I didn't like the way the captions were grouped every so often--it made them hard to match up to the photos, and I couldn't find captions for some of the photos.
Akinohn
A fantastic book of superb quality that chronicles two photographers adventures in Sweden. The photos are a visual journey to the beautiful country, highlighting geography and culture. This book is a must-have for Swedophiles like myself!