The book-god has really been smiling down on me lately, as I've been stumbling into great deals on fantastic books over the last month or so. Two William Eggleston books, THE DEMOCRATIC FOREST and SPIRIT OF DUNKERQUE and a Dennis Hopper classic PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1961 to 1967, from a show he had in the early 90s. All three books are photography classics in my opinion, although SPIRIT OF DUNKERQUE is my least favorite of Eggleston's publications (which still puts it ahead of alot of shit out there.) And after re-watching EASY-RIDER a while ago, I have been really into Dennis Hopper, as artist, director, and person. Total art-maniac.

Cover shots to enthrall, inform or bore you. Your choice.