Aeroporto

@ Vasconcellos, Cássio

978-8569557036

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Publisher's presentation :

"The book Aeroporto, by the photographer Cássio Vasconcellos, is a result of a year of work with thousands of photographs in many airports in Brasil and in the United States, in which he created his own “imaginary airport”.

The final image, unique, in large dimensions (2m x 5m) was fragmented in 32 parts, each page containing details of airplanes, cars and everything involved in the place.

The publication is from Editora Madalena, coordenated by Claudia Jaguaribe and design by Mariana Lara Resende from Estúdio Xadrez. The cover in acrilic and special binding, the book invites the reader to reassemble the large airport, as he wishes [or following a preset map included in the book], by ripping off the pages."

This book was the subject of a short post on the website Les Branchouilles.

74 pages - Hardcover with translucid acrylic covers

Editora Madalena, 2015

New - Mint condition

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