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Urban-Resources / September 2015 Newsletter
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Dear Urban-Resourcers,
Welcome to the September 2015 Newsletter!

This month, we feature three books on beer and more specifically this awesome Comic Book History of Beer, by Jonathan Hennessey and Mike Smith.
We also want to mention the third volume of the photographic (urban) explorations by Sylvain Margaine with his Forbidden Places, and the brand new French printing of Ringolevio by famous Digger Emmett Grogan.
For all the photobook fans, please have a deep look on The Soviet Photobook and its 160 books depicted inside, an amazing work.
Our back list item is Wild Concrete, a book of photographs by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze depicting the phenomena of trees taking root on the residential buildings in the middle of Hong Kongh

Once again, thank you for reading. Enjoy our selection!

As usual, if you order via Amazon, please use these links: : You will still be supporting urban-resources (we get credit) if the books are ordered through Amazon via the links featured. In fact, if you stay on Amazon and do more shopping, we get credit for that too!
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101 bières - Grandes marques et brasseries artisanales
101 beers featured by Gilbert Delos, from famous brands to craft breweries.

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Bières, leçons de dégustation
Understanding the beers.

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Forbidden Places: Explorations insolites d'un patrimoine oublié (Volume 3)
Photographs by Sylvain Margaine of forbidden and forgotten places around the world (French version).

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Ringolevio : Une vie jouée sans temps morts
Brand new French printing of the legendary novel by Emmett Grogan.

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Some More Hong Kong Seating Arrangements
Second volume of all kind of seats in Hong Kong photographed by Michael Wolf.

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The Comic Book Story of Beer
An awesome comic book relating the history of beer.

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The Soviet Photobook 1920-1941
Featuring 160 of the most stunning and elaborately produced photobooks from this period.

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Wild Concrete
Photographs of trees taking root on buildings in Hong Kong.

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