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Star Wars: Visions  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bookwyrm at Jan. 23, 2015
Star Wars: Visions

Star Wars: Visions By Acme Archives, George Lucas
2010 | 176 Pages | ISBN: 0810995891 | scanned PDF | 116 MB

Star Wars Art: Visions  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nrg at May 6, 2012
Star Wars Art: Visions

Star Wars Art: Visions (repost)
Abrams | November 1, 2010 | English | ISBN 0810995891 | JPG | 176 Pages | 28 Mb
Introduction by J. W. Rinzler, Foreword by George Lucas

Star Wars Art: Visions (HC)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 29, 2010
Star Wars Art: Visions (HC)

Star Wars Art: Visions (HC)
J.W. Rinzler (Intro); George Lucas (Foreword) | Harry N. Abrams, Inc. | CBR (1657px) | ISBN 0810995891 | Pub Nov 1 2010 | 164 Pages | 104.82 MB

When debuted in 1977, it revolutionized the visual landscape of mainstream American filmmaking, transporting fans to new galaxies and introducing them to countless now-classic characters, costumes, aliens, planets, and starships. By 2005, with the last film in theaters, the had become a phenomenon impacting cultures across the globe. From the beginning, the aesthetic was influenced by comic book artists from the 1930s to the 1970s, famed illustrators Chesley Bonestell, John Berkey, Frank Frazetta, and others, as well as classical artists. Just as George Lucas drew upon the work of N. C. Wyeth and Norman Rockwell for his own visual inspiration, he has now invited more than 100 of the best working illustrators, designers, cartoonists, and fine artists to create new work based on or inspired by their favorite characters, themes, landscapes, and moments from the Star Wars Universe. collects the very best of these works together for the first time, celebrating more than thirty years of Star Wars with a roster of talent working in every style and genre. Capturing the imagination, beauty, and breadth of the films, television series, and more, Star Wars Visions is both a tribute to and a new way of experiencing a galaxy far, far away...
Hearing Visions and Seeing Voices: Psychological Aspects of Biblical Concepts and Personalities

Hearing Visions and Seeing Voices: Psychological Aspects of Biblical Concepts and Personalities by Gerrit Glas
English | 2007 | ISBN: 1402059388 | 324 Pages | PDF | 3.96 MB
Haunted Visions: Spiritualism and American Art (The Arts and Intellectual Life in Modern America)

Haunted Visions: Spiritualism and American Art (The Arts and Intellectual Life in Modern America) by Charles Colbert
English | 2011 | ISBN: 0812243250 | 336 Pages | PDF | 22.04 MB
Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: The Folds of Friendship (Parallax: Re-visions of Culture and Society)

Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: The Folds of Friendship (Parallax: Re-visions of Culture and Society) by Charles J. Stivale
English | 2008 | ISBN: 0801887232 | 208 Pages | PDF | 1.28 MB

Siemens Star CCM+ 12.02.010 (R8) with Tutorials  Software

Posted by scutter at Feb. 23, 2017
Siemens Star CCM+ 12.02.010 (R8) with Tutorials

Siemens Star CCM+ 12.02.010 (R8) with Tutorials | 13.0 Gb

Siemens PLM Software, a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) and manufacturing operations management (MOM) software, announced the latest release of STAR-CCM+ software, version 12.02.
Friends Disappear: The Battle for Racial Equality in Evanston (Chicago Visions and Revisions)(Repost)

Friends Disappear: The Battle for Racial Equality in Evanston (Chicago Visions and Revisions) by Mary Barr
English | 2014 | ISBN: 022615632X | 304 Pages | PDF | 2.25 MB

Star Ocean Ex (2001) [6 DVD]  Video

Posted by Lebedev30 at Feb. 21, 2017
Star Ocean Ex (2001) [6 DVD]

Star Ocean Ex (2001) [6 DVD]
DVD5/DVD9 | ISO | NTSC 4:3 | 28 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC-3 48000 @ 192 Kbps, English AC-3 48000 @ 192 Kbps
Subtitles: English
Genre: action, comedy, fantasy, game, magic, RPG, science fiction

Programmed Visions [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 20, 2017
Programmed Visions [Repost]

Programmed Visions: Software and Memory by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
English | 13 May 2011 | ISBN: 0262015420 | 254 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

New media thrives on cycles of obsolescence and renewal: from celebrations of cyber-everything to Y2K, from the dot-com bust to the next big things – mobile mobs, Web 3.0, cloud computing.