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A Life Among Fishes: The Art of Gyotaku
Review by Mineo Ryuka Yamamoto, Master Gyotaku Printmaker.
Nominated for 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society, and Elegy from the Edge of a Continent, Finalists in 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Goff Books Titles win Awards
OVER Development, OVER Population, OVER Shoot and Bound to Freedom: Slavery to Liberation are winner's of The Independent Publisher Book Awards, the IPPY’s. Nirvana: The Spread of Buddhism Through Asia Silver medal winner of IBPA benjamin franklin awards
Parklands Book Series
On Sale for a Limited Time
Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot
Wins Ippy Awards for most outstanding book of the year award in the “Most LIkely to Save the Planet”
Artist Belinda Fox, Author of Back to the Start
Featured in group show opening next Wednesday April 12th, 6–8pm in Rushcutters Bay Australia
Bound To Freedom: Slavery to Liberation
Reviewed by L'Oeil de la Photographie
National Parks
President of Chile, Tompkins Conservation Sign Historic Pledge to Create 11 Million Acres of New National Parks
Nirvana: The Spread of Buddhism Through Asia
Featured in The Eye of Photography
Elegy from the Edge of a Continent
Portland Art Museum Photography Council Brown Bag Lunch Talk: AUSTIN GRANGER. November 16, 2016
Life Beyond the Big Top
Reviewed by the Straits Times Singapore
Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot
Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot by Tom Butler Featured on Mother Pelican
Back to the Start
Back to the Start by Belinda Fox featured in the Print Council of Australia's December magazine issue.
Mona Lisa Reimagined Featured on 3X3 Magazine
The most famous painting in the world, reinterpreted by hundreds of the world's most innovative artists.
"Sand and Golf: How Terrain Shapes the Game" Reviewed by The Aposition
Sand and Golf: How Terrain Shapes the Game by George Waters, won the 2013 Golf Architecture Book of the Year award from, has received a review from award-winning writer Tom Bedell.
Cake Masters Magazine - The Art of Modeling Chocolate
Cake Masters Magazine - The Art of Modeling Chocolate
"A LIFE IN BOOKS" Wins Three More Awards!
A LIFE IN BOOKS: The Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley is an illuminated novel by acclaimed author/artist Warren Lehrer.
FunnelCake: On the iPhone by David Hume Kennerly
Face it, most of our iPhone pictures are routine - selfies on a mountaintop, pictures of the cat, or, even more boring, pics of that weird-shaped metal piece we need to replace at the hardware store. It makes sense.
2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards National Results
38. ANIMALS / PETS - BRONZE (tie): Dogs Rule Nonchalantly, by Mark Ulriksen (Goff Books)
David Hume Kennerly: Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer - News
David Hume Kennerly - 2015 Honoree: Achievement in Photojournalism
“Kennerly is honestly a photographer’s photographer.” . . . Kathy M.Y. Pyon, The Los Angeles Times, Oct. 23, 2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Pet Tales: An illustrator falls in love with dogs"
Twelve yellow-framed windows are closely spaced on the front of a three-story red-brick townhouse. A dog intently peers out of each window, looking toward the street.
Library Journal - Reviews, News, and More
From March 15, 2015, Page. 129 "Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot. Goff. May 2015. 330p. ed. by Tom Butler. photos. ISBN 9781939621238. $50. SCI"
Tiffinbox: Inspiring Photographers
Matthew Jordan Smith’s Quest To Find The Next American President - Matthew Jordan Smith’s repertoire as a commercial and fashion photographer is well known around the world. Yet, he chose to work on a personal project that took him to all 50 states.
MindBodyGreen: This Is What Climate Change Looks Like (It Isn't Pretty)
The recklessness with which we've treated our only home since the Industrial Revolution is coming back to haunt us, with wasteful consumerism, overpopulation and resource extraction contributing to a warming atmosphere and diminishing natural landscapes.
The Huffington Post: This Is What Humanity's Impact On The Planet Looks Like
A new photo book from conservation experts aims to shine a light on humanity's impact on the planet and convince people to think about their contribution.
SFGate: A shocking look at our imperiled planet
Hieronymus Bosch’s ghastly depictions of hell meet their match in many of the real-life images collected in a sobering new book, “Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot.”
Overdevelopment + Overpopulation = Overshoot. It’s time to start the conversation.
14 Photos That Will Make You Think About Planet Earth's Future
SFChronicle: 'Dogs Rule Nonchalantly’ in artist Mark Ulriksen’s world
Dogs Rule, Nonchalantly makes the front page of "Arts & Entertainment" in the San Francisco Chronicle!
OurManInBoston: Doggin’ It
The encroachment of picture story tellers (Roz Chast, Jules Feiffer, Allison Bechdel etc) into more wordy narratives (allow me to avoid the troublesome rubric ‘graphic novel’) has has yielded some wonderful books—most recently Chast’s Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant.
Design Arts Daily: "Going to the Dogs, Big Time" by Mark Ulriksen
I just finished creating a large mural in the Pao Alto law offices of Simpson Thacher, working alongside my 22-year-old daughter Emma—both new experiences and a great time was had by all. Here’s the color sketch [above] that got me (us) the job.
A Daily Dose of Architecture: "Book Review: Sand and Golf"
Just like architecture and landscape architecture have reoriented their practices in part toward sustainable ends – designing buildings and landscapes that use less energy and respond to their local contexts – so has golf course architecture.
Dancing Dog Blog: "Dogs Rule Nonchalantly: When Dogs, Art, and Kickstarter Collide"
Dogs Rule Nonchalantly authored by illustrator Mark Ulriksen was offered for review, and though I rarely accept book pitches due to the time involved, this one struck the right note.
"Hello Beautiful People, One of the selections for this month’s Bookshelf Picks was Dogs Rule Nonchalantly, by Mark Ulriksen..."
"A Life in Books" Wins The 2014 Best New Fiction Award from USA Best Books Awards
Warren Lehrer’s illuminated novel A Life In Books, The Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley Wins The 2014 Best New Fiction Award from USA Best Books Awards.
SFGate "Style Gift Guide: For furry friends"
For pet-lovers with a sense of humor: "Dogs Rule Nonchalantly" by S.F. illustrator Mark Ulriksen,; Tote+Able "Woof" water pouch, SFMOMA Museum Store
LA Times Reviews "On the iPhone"
"It wouldn’t be a stretch to use this book as part of a class curriculum on phone photography"
Mark Ulriksen's LitQuake Event
"Dogs Rule Nonchalantly" author speaks to LitQuake crowd about his work with the New Yorker
Dogs Rule Event at Modernism
Mark Ulriksen shares artwork at Modernism in San Francisco
David Hume Kennerly on Fox Five
"On the iPhone" author interviewed on Fox Five
Artist Spotlight: Mark Ulriksen
Condé Nast's Artist Spotlight features Mark Ulriksen
Golf Digest features "Sand and Golf"
Golf Digest spotlights George Waters' relationship with Pinehurst and his new title "Sand and Golf"
Neil deGrasse Tyson Loves Dogs Rule
Astrophysicist & the American Museum of Natural History's Neil deGrasse Tyson loves Dogs Rule


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Chile's Wilderness Jewel

Antonio Vizcaino

The Great Wetlands of Argentina

Juan Ramón Díaz Colodrero

Antonio Vizcaíno and Douglas Tompkins 

Antonio Vizcaíno

Antonio Vizcaino

with Douglas Tomkins and President Sebastian Pinera