6 Months in the FridgeOrdinær pris 429,00 kr
In this rich and original photo book, the Scandinavia-savvy Austrian captures much more than the clichéd images of the Northern Lights.
With an eye on the coexistence of nature and culture, Königshofer explores how lives are lived in this intense and extreme environment, from the traditional ivory carver in Greenland to the ice surfer in the North Cape. The result is an authentic portrait of Scandinavian life, showing a whole new side to life up north.
Green MallorcaOrdinær pris 799,00 kr
"We discover eco-hotels, slow-food producers and green initiatives, and meet a new generation of islanders dedicated to sustainability and to preserving the lush green biodiversity that remains. A beautiful escape." -Reclaim MagazineMallorca: the jewel of the Mediterranean, known for its avid sunbathers and synonymous with a booming travel industry. In recent years the island has entered into an amiable but vigorous dialogue centred on conservation and sustainability as a result of the climate crisis and ongoing pandemic.
Photographer Patricia Parinejad not only illustrates the intoxicating beauty of Mallorca, she also tracks this exciting environmental movement, using stunning images and compelling writing to showcase sustainable businesses, eco-hotels, green initiatives, and innovators who are all fighting to preserve the island. This captivating coffee table book shows even those familiar with Mallorca a side of the Balearic Island that is very different and yet very essential: the new 'Green Mallorca'. Text in English, German, Spanish
Tokyo UnseenOrdinær pris 349,00 kr
ollowing on from the first three books in the Unseen series about New York, London and Berlin, Tokyo Unseen is another authentic approach to one of the largest and most fascinating cities of our civilisation. The impressive coffee table book presents the city of contrasts in a fascinating honesty that only an inhabitant of this city of millions can portray in such a direct way. In unique photographs, Polish photo artist Lukasz Palka, who has lived and worked in Tokyo since 2008, succeeded in explaining his home city to strangers in pictures.
The street life photographer describes his own work as a by-product of his countless walks through the city, where he constantly encounters exciting scenes and people. The magic behind his pictures lies in the chance product, because the artist never searches for his motifs, they simply come across him. In doing so, he manages to convey the fascinating contrast of the Japanese capital in an almost perfect way.
For in hardly any other city do the future and the past exist so close together. Thus, the coffee-table book presents wonderful pictures of people going about their daily lives, of skyscrapers and temples and the unique culture of life that arises when 14 million people meet in a very small space. Text in English and German.