1. Beards, an Unshaved History by Kevin Clarke
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Bruno Gmunder Group (November 1, 2013)
Language: English, German
Amazon : Beards, an Unshaved History
I love books like this. I actually collect them and the visual effect just kept me drawn to each page. I loved reading all the information. I know some people might find it boring, but I don’t. It also helps that I love men with beards... so for me this is like a coffee table book: one I’d have on display all the time.
For those who love looking, caressing, kissing a bear, this books is perfect. I gave it top rate because it's a well put together coffee table book and I know there are so many out there who'd love to entertain themselves browsing through the pages. As far as myself? I'd rather caress a smooth face. Some chest hair don't bother me and maybe a little facial as well but not the bushy, full grown beard. Overall, this is a good book and quite informative. Mr. Clarke selected a very good array of mod
Oh my word. This was amazing. Holy smokes!! This was like an art history class. Wow. With this and the Bear Bards poetry book one could teach a college level course on what it means to be a ‘bear’ in the modern world. Wow. Did I say wow?
Gorgeous photography, interesting and well-written as well as informative.
This book was not only about the visual but also told a story. That made the work much more compelling.
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