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The Sweater Book: Hundreds of People...One Common Thread
     

The Sweater Book: Hundreds of People...One Common Thread

by Stephen Mosher
 

A decade in the making, The Sweater Book is a fascinating study in personality. By asking his subjects to put on the same cardigan sweater and seeing how they choose to wear it, Mosher was able to capture on film a most remarkable phenomenon - when given a common item with which to express themselves, each person's distinctive personality came shining

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A decade in the making, The Sweater Book is a fascinating study in personality. By asking his subjects to put on the same cardigan sweater and seeing how they choose to wear it, Mosher was able to capture on film a most remarkable phenomenon - when given a common item with which to express themselves, each person's distinctive personality came shining through, and the sweater becomes a symbol of what each considers to be most unique about themselves.

The resulting collection of over 500 stunning black-and-white photographs proves to be a touching and exhilarating ride from New York to Dallas, from Hollywood to London, as Mosher explores the creativity of celebrities and humbles alike - in their homes and workplaces, with their families and pets, in any way they chose. The people featured includes top names from the world of theater, film, TV, fashion, music, dance, and literature, such as Michael Bolton, Dominick Dunne, Matthew Broderick, Ted Danson, Tim Allen, Noah Wyle, Quentin Crisp, Josh Hartnett, Ryan Phillipe, and many more. See Sarah Michelle Gellar on the set of Buffy The Vampire Slayer before the first episode aired. See Swoosie Kurtz and Chris Meloni show some skin. See Jason Alexander re-enacting the behavior of his newborn child. See Jenna Elfman jumping for joy and Sela Ward snuggling her sibling. You will be amazed at how many different ways this one sweater can be worn!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312311667
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
10/01/2003
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
9.42(w) x 12.30(h) x 0.96(d)

Meet the Author

Stephen Mosher was born in Dallas and raised in many places, from California to Switzerland. He has been behind the camera for 23 years. Specializing in portraiture and entertainment industry photography, he has shot everything from theatrical stills to CD covers, from nudes to family portraits. He proudly lives and works in New York City and is currently working on six new books, all benefits for charitable organizations. Stephen Mosher will donate a substantial portion of his proceeds from the sale of this book to AIDS organizations.

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