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Images Hardcover – December 1, 1994
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The book itself is, like I said, interesting for fans of David Lynch. You'll get to see his experiments in photography, painting, stills from his early films (a very rare treat indeed before he released dvds of the films on his website), essays on dental hygiene, and other random things on the mind of David Lynch.
I can't imagine it being something that you'll insist on having, though. It's been out of my possession for a number of years now, and I still feel like I remember all of the thick paint spelling out random words, the sculptures made out of ham and cheese that attracted ants, the tiny prosthetic horns on the bald women smoking cigarettes, the bees attached to wooden boards, and the stills from films that I now own on DVD.
Great book, but let's not get carried away.
It includes production stills from some of his movies, but more importantly, it includes images from his personal creative projects. My favorite collection in this book are his black and white "Industrial" photographs. I also love his "Nudes and Smoke" project. Both evoke a feeling of Film Noir, yet with an underlying beautiful darkness potential that only Lynch can attain. He also includes studies on things like dental hygiene and spark plugs. This is all very Lynchian stuff folks-and that's rockin' good news.
I would have personally preferred to see more personal projects and less of the movie stuff, but I guess the movie stuff is what sells.
If you are a Lynch fan, then you should buy this book. And if you are not one, chances are your interest will be sparked by this book and you may become one.