Pharrell

Random House
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Pharrell:

  • Illustrated with lavish photography. this book also explores Pharrell's musical career in depth.
  • Hardcover
  • 248 pages

Measurements: 9" x 12¼"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: October 16. 2012

Official book description:

Redefining cool for a new generation. Pharrell Williams is a creative force, using music, fashion, and design to express his distinctive style. Originating at the crossroads of art. design, popular culture, and street savvy. Pharrell Williams's output is unique. By playing off different disciplines-namely music, fashion, street art, and design-and using each as an element in the other. Pharrell has redefined the role of the contemporary recording artist, blazing a trail for other musicians and prominent cultural figures. Illustrated with lavish photography, this book also explores his musical career in depth, charting his many projects from his production team The Neptunes, to the band N.E.R.D., and his collaborations with friends Kanye West, Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, and other hip-hop royalty. This unprecedented volume documents Pharrell's prolific body of work and his contribution to contemporary culture. In his own unique graphic language, he details his extensive creative pursuits, including clothing lines, jewelry, and accessories designs for Louis Vuitton, furniture and other product design, limited-edition toys, graphic designs, skate graphics, and collaborations with Moncler, Marc Jacobs, the artist KAWS, and with architects Zaha Hadid and Masamichi Katayama/Wonderwall.

Material: Hardcover

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

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