A rollicking walk through the 20th. century and then some more.
David deVeson has the unenviable knack of turning the extraordinary into the ordinary.
A must for any library?
You shall be the judge.
While you do so enjoy the 210 odd pages and almost 600 illustrations and photographs all of which contain memories for those of you who lived the times and don't wish to forget them.
As we all know, if something is forgotten it may as well have never happened.
This book is a vain attempt to try and stop that happening.
David deVeson started his professional career in London as Art Editor on London Life, Woman's Mirror and The Tatler. He later worked in advertising for many years as Creative Director for McCann-Erickson and Ogilvy & Mather in England, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Spain and Portugal. Later he directed television commercials throughout Europe, The Middle East and Australia. Founding partner of the production company B.F.C.S and Partners in Milan, he now concentrates on photography and writing from his home in Umbria.
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Black & White Published March 24, 2011
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