Join me as I talk to Al Satterwhite about his new Book
The 1960s and 1970s was a magical era of innovation and endurance at Sebring and Daytona race tracks. Photographer and Nikon legend Al Satterwhite was there covering these races for major magazines and as a fan.
Today his unprecedented collection of images of the races, the cars, the drivers and behind-the-scenes poignant moments are available in his latest fine art collector edition book, "the Racers". The exquisite 98-page layout is a must-have limited-edition for serious racing collectors. It's a limited edition of 100 books using the new 'lay-flat' technology that makes the many 2-page spreads look fantastic with no gutter to ruin the viewing experience. It comes in a custom laser-etched black aluminum box with (2) 8x10 archival prints; the book and the prints are all numbered and signed.
Al's work can be seen in major museums, galleries and private collections around the world.
Some of his clients include American Express, Coca Cola, Dole, DuPont, Eastman Kodak, Johnson Outboards, Kent Int'l, Molson, Nikon, Oldsmobile, Polaroid, R J Reynolds, Saab, Sony, Tuborg, Universal Studios & Westinghouse - to name a few. He has won many national and international awards. Al is considered an authority on color and design, and has four (4) published books of his work on this subject. http://www.alsatterwhite.com/
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