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The Book Nook

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For fans of Malcolm Venville's moving pictures, a new collection of the director/photographer's stills will cause endless pleasure and further respect for a wide-ranging visual gift. Layers (Spine, London) assembles over 200 of Venville's personal selections in the first published collection of his photographs. The book features a diverse and striking array of individuals, with the ad industry's famous among the assortment of compelling faces and bodies captured by Venville's lens. Photos are accompanied by Venville's commentary on the creation of the images. Together, the photos and text reveal an artist with seemingly endless passion for craft and characters. As London creative Walter Campbell notes in the book's forward: "While you're reading this, he's probably taking a photograph."
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