I Have 4 UPDATES regarding my photography I'd like to share!
1. I added 40 historical pages to the Pabst book in the latest printing last September. I really felt it lacked historical images, so I asked John Eastberg at the Pabst mansion if I could add some of the rarest Pabst photos in existence to the new section and it turned out great! Pabst brewhouse blueprints, and many 1800's photographs now make up the 228 page book! If you would like a copy of this new version I want to discount it for you 35% Here is a special link I will keep up now through Christmas where you my existing customer can get the new book for $37 shipped. This is not a public offer... Pabst An Excavation of Art (2014, customer special) image Pabst An Excavation of Art (2014, customer special) This is the new version, hand signed and numbered with 40 extra pages of Pabst Brewing Historical Photos. The cover and rest of book is the same, the opening photo... Go to brewerybooks.com and click on "Pabst" and then click on "Thank You". or use the link below.
2. This past year, I did very few book signings or Art shows because I have been diligently working on my third book! The Miller Brewing Company has given me full access to the entire Milwaukee Brewery! The book will photographically take you through the entire brewing process at Miller Brewing! I am on track to have the book in hand by June 2015! This book will be unlike anything I have done before, with a full historical archive of photographs and resources on hand the depth of material is astronomical!
3. The episode of the "Art's Page" which highlighted my photography was recently nominated for an EMMY! Check out the 7 minute episode here:
4. CHECK OUT! John Eastbergs new book "Pabst Farms", this is a great Christmas gift idea and I believe he only printed around 500 copies! A comprehensive history of the Pabst Farms. In 1906, Frederick Pabst Jr. (son of the famous beer baron) established Pabst Farms in Oconomowoc. The book details how this family farm became a center for Wisconsin's dairy industry. Creative direction by James Pabst (great-great grandson of Captain Frederick Pabst) and authored by our very own historian John Eastberg. This engaging book of history encompasses over 350 pages and contains more than 300 original photos and illustrations.
5. On December 18th at 6:30 I will be a featured guest on Wisconsin Tonight on WTMJ4 Milwaukee, check it out!
Thank you !