5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 1, 2005
This book is truly full of fantasy. I can't get over the creativity of Joe Sorren. I brought this book recently at a place called Art House 60 in Indianapolis, and ever since, i can't help but browse through it. It's just a beautiful piece of work that i keep discovering new things about. ahhhhhh, fantastic
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 6, 2005
Great Book with really quality printings of a lot of Joe Sorrens best paintings. Designed very nicely, but I especially love the beautiful reproductions.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2006
I recieved the Joe Sorren's third book (When She Was Camera) first for Christmas before "In Celebration of Balance & Opposable Thumbs". I think this book shows a good transition of Sorren's more experimental works, political and techniques. But the wonderful painterly strokes, and vivid color flow throughout this book. If you are a painter and love the new contemporary style I recomend this beautyful book. Also, I would buy them while they last because once they are gone, thats it. I'm looking for his first book, but no luck yet.
on January 12, 2011
Joe Sorren is an artist with a really unique style. Cute but not too cute, sad but not too sad, dreamy but not too dreamy. I love it. This book is a beautiful collection of his work with deep, rich color representation on glossy high quality paper. If you like his work, you will not be dissapointed. I did not give it 5 stars because the size of the book is a little on the small size. I prefer my art volumes large so you get the best view of the art as close as possible.
on February 22, 2006
I love Sorren's art work, and this book presents it beautifully. The presentation that is. His work is too "out-there" to be called beautiful. The hard book (binding, cover, paper) is terrific also. I recommend it to all who like his art.