PANTONE ON FASHION:  A CENTURY OF COLOR IN DESIGN
by Leatrice Eiseman and E.P. Cutler
Chronicle Books


Publishing Date:  September 14th, 2014


New York Times Best-Seller!


Boys will be boys.  Unfortunately, they will also be arsonists, wrecking balls, flooders, and eight-limbed ninjas of destruction.  It is their nature.  With photos pulled from the 1950s on, this book celebrates the wacky, illogical, dangerous, and ridiculous things boys do.  Parents everywhere will laugh in recognition at each bit of mischief and misadventure—all proof that boys really do need parents.



            Author:  Alex Beckerman
            Picture Editor:  Julien Tomasello
            Illustrator & Designer:  Ben Kither​

​            Editor:  Sarah Malarkey


PICTURE RESEARCH & LICENSING 

[PUBLISHED BOOKS]

Follow global color authority PANTONE on this vivid journey through the rich history of color in fashion. Favorite hues and their appearances across the decades are profiled in informative text and copiously illustrated by runway photos and archival images.  PANTONE on Fashion is the ultimate guide to the timeless shades of color the fashion world loves to love.
 


             Color Expert:  Leatrice Eiseman
             Fashion Historian & Writer:  E.P. Cutler
             Picture Editor:  Julien Tomasello
             Editor:  Bridget Watson-Payne

Notable luminaries throughout history have been inspired and humbled by the simple joy of riding a bicycle.  For centuries, this powerful connection between people and bikes has driven humans forward as inventors, travelers, and thinkers.  From Susan B. Anthony and Mark Twain to Eddy Merckx and Greg LeMond, collected here are entertaining, inspiring, and philosophical thoughts about cycling from writers (and riders) reflecting on the pleasures, power, and freedom of the bicycle.  With beautiful black-and-white photos and illustrations on every spread, this elegant collection of quotations is sure to motivate anyone to get on their bike and enjoy the ride.



            Author:  Michael Carabetta
            Picture Editor:  Julien Tomasello

​            Editor:  Steve Mockus



WHY BOYS NEED PARENTS
by Alex Beckerman
Chronicle Books


Publishing Date:  March 15th, 2016



ART + FASHION:  COLLABORATIONS AND CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ICONS
by E.P. Cutler and Julien Tomasello
Chronicle Books

Publishing Date:  October 15th, 2015


A volume of magnificent proportions, ART + FASHION is as exciting and elegant as the creative partnerships it celebrates.  Spanning numerous eras, men and women's fashion, and a wide range of art mediums, these 25 collaborative projects reveal the astonishing work that results when luminaries from the art world (such as Jackson Pollock, Keith Haring, and Damien Hirst) come together with icons of the fashion world (including Yves Saint Laurent, Vivienne Westwood, and Alexander McQueen). From 20th-century legends such as Elsa Schiaperelli and her famous lobster dress, painted by Salvador Dalí, to 21st-century trailblazers such as Cindy Sherman and her self-portraits in vintage Chanel, these electric and provocative pairings—represented in lavish visuals and thoughtful essays reflecting on the history of each project—brim with the energy and possibility of powerful forces uniting.


            Co-Author:  E.P. Cutler
            Co-Author & Picture Editor:  Julien Tomasello
            Editor:  Bridget Watson-Payne​


WORDS TO RIDE BY
by Michael Carabetta 
Chronicle Books

Publishing Date:  May 9th, 2017



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