f-eleven books releases vol. 2 to support autism research
Coinciding with the month of autism awareness* and to raise attention to the effects of the Fragile X Syndrome, 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the f-eleven vol. 2 will be donated to the Autism Research .
The coffee table quality photography book, edited by internationally published photographer and art director Wolf189, features the work of 19 talented photographers of multiple genres.
The result is a trend-challenging, and visually stimulating collection presented in a luxurious format. Printed on 100lb coffee table book standard paper with a silky finish, the book will handle many years of viewing.
f-eleven vol.2 is on sale now: ( at above or by visiting : )http://www.blurb.com/my/book/detail/1239715
“We hope that this book would help raise awareness and provide some financial assistance for this worthy cause,” said Leo Lam, a fashion photographer in Seattle, and one of the contributors of f-eleven vol. 2.
f-eleven is an exclusive private photography group. The book project was started by its members in late 2009, and since then have produced two book releases. The books are diverse and progressive, with the fundamental aim to affect small positive changes in worthy causes; one shutter click at a time.
List of contributing photographers:
Brooks Ayola (portraits)
Ralph Barker ( fine art landscape + still life )
Mariah Carle ( portraits )
Sita Mae Edwards ( fine art nude )
Stephen Haynes ( fine art nude + travel )
Patrick Robert James ( fine art nude + landscape )
Leo Lam ( editorial fashion )
Dave Levingston ( fine art nude )
Frank Love ( street / documentary work )
Darryl Martin ( fashion portraits )
Stephen Melvin ( journalistic wedding )
Ken Mierzwa ( documentary / commentary portraits )
D. Brian Nelson ( Nude Portraits )
Keith Allen Phillips ( fine art fetish portraits )
Sarah Robertson ( personal work )
Dave Rudin ( fine art nude + travel )
Ward Shortridge (street photography)
roman T. (street photography)
Wolf189 ( editorial fashion + erotic portraits )
Thank you for all of your supports… help us to make our efforts counts.
Learn about Fragile X Syndrome:
Our intention (editor and the contributors of this book ) has not been coordinated with this respectful charity yet, but it is our wish and intention to donate all of the profits of this book to The Autism Research Institute (ARI).