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Beards rock : facial hair in contemporary art and graphic design / Sarah, la Barbi�ere de Paris ; introductions by Andrej Globokar ; foreword by Thierry Billard.

By: Daniel-Hamizi, Sarah [author.].
Contributor(s): Billard, Thierry, 1964- [writer of foreword.] | Globokar, Andrej [writer of introductory material.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Paris : Cernunnos, 2017Description: 287 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 31 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9782374950044; 2374950042.Subject(s): Beards in art | Beards -- History | Mustaches -- History | Men -- Social life and customs | Beards | Beards in art | Men -- Social life and customs | MustachesGenre/Form: History.
Contents:
Foreword / Pr�eface / Thierry Billard -- Introduction / Andrej Globokar -- White beards = Barbes blanches (Daniel Martin Diaz ; Collection Jean-Marie Donat ; Brian Hodges ; Robert Marbury ; Brendan Johnston) -- Black beards = Barbes noires (Marie Uribe ; Mimi Kirchner ; Mulga the Artist ; Ella Masters ; Brock Elbank) -- Blue bearsd = Barbes bleues (Olivier Flandrois ; Laith McGregor ; Zachari Logan ; Pat Canton) -- Red beards = Barbes rouges (Aaron Smith ; Yupit Masks ; Ras Terms) -- Flowery beards = Barbes fleuries (Violaine et J�er�emy ; Geoffroy Mottart ; Olaf Hajeck ; Dan French ; Turkina Faso) -- Surprising beards = Suprenantes barbes (Mindo Cikanavicius ; Sarah, La Barbi�ere de Paris ; Mark Leening ; Erik Mark Sandberg ; Takao Sakai) -- Mustaches = Moustaches (GeoffreyGuillin ; Pietro Sedda ; Marc Johns ; Hilbrand Bos) -- Conclusion: Beard: a man's affair? = La barbe, une affaire d'homme? / Sarah Daniel-Hamizi [Sarah, La Barbi�ere de Paris]
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

From the ancient philosophers' beards to floral hippie beards, from the thick hair of the great warriors to the sophisticated dandies, facial hair has long been part of popular culture. Perceived as a sign of authority or vulgarity, of manhood or frivolity, the meaning of beards has been evolving over the centuries and according to different cultures. This is the first visual history of beards and moustaches. The book is curated by Sarah 'La barbiere de Paris'.

In English and French, in parallel columns.

Foreword / Pr�eface / Thierry Billard -- Introduction / Andrej Globokar -- White beards = Barbes blanches (Daniel Martin Diaz ; Collection Jean-Marie Donat ; Brian Hodges ; Robert Marbury ; Brendan Johnston) -- Black beards = Barbes noires (Marie Uribe ; Mimi Kirchner ; Mulga the Artist ; Ella Masters ; Brock Elbank) -- Blue bearsd = Barbes bleues (Olivier Flandrois ; Laith McGregor ; Zachari Logan ; Pat Canton) -- Red beards = Barbes rouges (Aaron Smith ; Yupit Masks ; Ras Terms) -- Flowery beards = Barbes fleuries (Violaine et J�er�emy ; Geoffroy Mottart ; Olaf Hajeck ; Dan French ; Turkina Faso) -- Surprising beards = Suprenantes barbes (Mindo Cikanavicius ; Sarah, La Barbi�ere de Paris ; Mark Leening ; Erik Mark Sandberg ; Takao Sakai) -- Mustaches = Moustaches (GeoffreyGuillin ; Pietro Sedda ; Marc Johns ; Hilbrand Bos) -- Conclusion: Beard: a man's affair? = La barbe, une affaire d'homme? / Sarah Daniel-Hamizi [Sarah, La Barbi�ere de Paris]