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The Art of Tiki

The Art of Tiki Author Sven Kirsten
ISBN-10 0867198672
Release 2017-10
Pages 200
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The Art of Tiki is a passionate study of the Tiki idol as an art form. For the first time, contemporary Tiki art is united and presented equally with what inspired it, original mid-century Polynesian pop. Author Sven Kirsten combines his first-hand experiences in exploring the birth of Tiki style with his intimate knowledge of the Tiki Revival, painting a vivid, visually arresting portrait of a unique, always new art genre. The Art of Tiki is published in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary Tiki Art Exhibition at La luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles.



The book of Tiki

The book of Tiki Author Sven A. Kirsten
ISBN-10 IND:30000078550831
Release 2000
Pages 287
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South Sea Dreams around the cocktail bar - on the trail of the forgotten Tiki cult of the Fifties. One of the most bizarre chapters of American Pop Culture awaits rediscovery. Südseeträume en der Cocktailbar - auf der Suche nach dem vergessenen Tiki-Kult der fünfziger Jahre. Eines der bizarrsten Kapitel der amerikanischen Popkultur wartet darauf, wieder entdeckt zu werden. Rêver des mers du Sud devant un cocktail - à la recherche d'un culte oublié des années 50. Un des chapitres les plus bizarres de la culture pop américaine attend d'être redécouvert.



Tiki Art Now

Tiki Art Now Author Otto Von Stroheim
ISBN-10 0867196270
Release 2004
Pages 87
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At the dawn of the 21st century, the world is at odds with its primitive past and its sophisticated cultural future. Herein lie the signposts to the next major art movement. Enter Tiki, the coming of the new art god! This softbound colour art book features Tiki-themed art from Shag, The Pizz, Lisa Petrucci, Chuck Sperry, Sunny Buick, Mary Fleener, Ragnar, Scott Saw, Marco Almera, Munktiki, Kalyn Campbell, Dave Burke and many more. Foreword by Robert Williams.



Night of Tikki

Night of Tikki Author Doug Nason
ISBN-10 0867196459
Release 2005-08
Pages 119
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Explores the work of Shag, the hippest neo-tiki artist, Leroy Schmaltz, the granddaddy of 1950s tiki Americana and the authentic Oceanic art that influenced them both. This beautiful coffee table book serves as the catalogue for an exhibition of the same name which seeks to illuminate traditional tiki culture through the display of primitive anthropomorphic carvings and to show, through the work of Shag and Schmaltz, how these artists have taken tiki to new levels.



Tiki Road Trip

Tiki Road Trip Author James Teitelbaum
ISBN-10 9781595809148
Release 2007-05-28
Pages 360
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The 2nd edition of Tiki Road Trip has been completely updated, expanded, and globalized. The best—and only—guide to Polynesian pop culture, written by Tiki expert and urban archaeologist James Teitelbaum, now contains even more listings and reviews of Tiki bars and Polynesian restaurants, even more photographs, and even more drink recipes. The International listings have been expanded as well, and the Hawaiian glossary is much more comprehensive. All in all, the second edition of Tiki Road Trip is a superior refinement of what was already an indispensable book for followers of the ever-growing Tiki movement. From Tiki godfathers Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic to classic Exotica favorites Martin Denny and Les Baxter to contemporary Tiki artists Shag and Bosko, this resource covers everything Tiki in prose that is witty, entertaining, and essential for anyone who has ever stepped up to a bar, glanced up at the pufferfish hanging from the ceiling, and ordered a Singapore Sling. In addition to the exhaustive listings, recipes for classic Tiki cocktails, a glossary of Tiki terms, and resources for buying Tiki goods and artifacts are also included. Reminiscences of famous points of interest that have closed are provided for the completist, for historical perspective, and for those seeking information on the current status of a favorite Tiki site which may have closed. So slip on your grass skirt or Aloha shirt, because Tiki Road Trip is going to take you on a tour of the Tiki universe that will make waves from the shores of Rapa Nui to the beaches of Oahu!



Smuggler s Cove

Smuggler s Cove Author Martin Cate
ISBN-10 9781607747321
Release 2016
Pages 352
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"Cast aside your cares and worries. Make yourself a Mai Tai, put your favorite exotica record on the hi-fi, and prepare to lose yourself in the fantastical world of tiki, one of the most alluring--and often misunderstood--movements in American cultural history. Martin and Rebecca Cate, founders and owners of Smuggler's Cove (the most acclaimed tiki bar of the modern era) take you on a colorful journey into the lore and legend of tiki: its birth as an escapist fantasy for Depression-era Americans; how exotic cocktails were invented, stolen, and re-invented; Hollywood starlets and scandals; and tiki's modern-day revival. Featuring more than 100 delicious recipes (original and historic), plus a groundbreaking new approach to understanding rum, Smuggler's Cove is the magnum opus of the contemporary tiki renaissance. Whether you're looking for a new favorite cocktail, tips on how to trick out your home tiki grotto, help stocking your bar with great rums, or inspiration for your next tiki party, Smuggler's Cove has everything you need to transform your world into a Polynesian Pop fantasia"--



California Tiki

California Tiki Author Jason Henderson
ISBN-10 9781439664735
Release 2018-07-30
Pages 126
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After World War II, suburbs proliferated around California cities as returning soldiers traded in their uniforms for business suits. After-hours leisure activities took on an island-themed sensuality that bloomed from a new fascination with Polynesia and Hawaii. Movies and television shows filmed in Malibu and Burbank urged viewers to escape everyday life with the likes of Gidget and Hawaiian Eye. Restaurants like Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's sprang up to answer the demand for wild cocktails and even wilder décor. The culture--a strange hodgepodge of idols, torches, lush greenery and colorful drinks--beckoned men and women to lose themselves in exotic music and surf tunes. Authors Jason Henderson and Adam Foshko explore the state's midcentury fascination with all things Tiki.



Waikiki Tiki

Waikiki Tiki Author Phillip S. Roberts
ISBN-10 1573063118
Release 2010-10-01
Pages 265
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Waikiki Tiki has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Waikiki Tiki also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Waikiki Tiki book for free.



Tiki Style

Tiki Style Author Sven A. Kirsten
ISBN-10 3836555085
Release 2014-07-30
Pages 192
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Polynesian Pop Icon: How Tiki became an American dream Urban islands and bamboo hideaways set the stage for a pop culture phenomenon like no other. In mid-century America, the imaginative appeal of Tiki penetrated fashion, music, eating, drinking, and architecture. Published in connection with an exhibition at the prestigious Musée du quai Branly in Paris, Tiki Pop traces the development of Tiki as romantic vision and cultural appropriation. Follow Tiki from James Cook's first Pacific Island expeditions, through Gauguin's exotic paintings, Hollywood jungle fantasies, and elaborate temples erected to celebrate Tiki as the god of recreation. With hundreds of previously unpublished images, Tiki the pop icon unfolds from its earliest, enthusiastic beginnings to its spectacular downfall in the dawning awareness of the Western world's colonial misdeeds. This book is the culmination of the extensive research of Sven Kirsten, urban archaeologist, Tiki sage, and author of earlier TASCHEN books, The Book of Tiki and Tiki Modern, which first recovered the figure of Tiki from obscurity. In his widely lauded graphic style, Kirsten places venerable ancient godheads next to their Polynesian pop counterparts, movie posters next to matchboxes, comic strips next to Robinson Crusoe illustrations. The result is at once a visual feast, a piece of cultural history, and a tribute to a very particular vision of paradise. Text in English, French, and German



Tyree

Tyree Author CJ Cook
ISBN-10 9780998422411
Release 2017-06-15
Pages 224
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Ralph Burke Tyree was an American artist who was the most prolific portrait artist of the South Pacific peoples of the 20th century. He was from central California and his art education took place in San Francisco. Seven weeks after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor he joined the Marines and was soon shipped off to Samoa. Private Tyree was befriended by his Commanding General and became the Marine-base artist. His portrait career began painting the officers and their loved ones, while corresponding with 10,000 word love letters to his girlfriend Margo back home in Turlock, California. After the war he began his professional career. He traveled back to the South Pacific to live for years in places such as Guam, Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island of Hawaii. Often from there he would travel to other island paradises: Palau, Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa, and the Solomon Islands over his thirty-year career. Most of his first works were sensual island wahines in island beach and jungle settings. He painted primarily with oil on board but also occasionally on canvas and with pastels. To add depth and texture, he switched in mid-career to painting with oil on fine, French silk, black velvet. This was in the midst of the 1960s' Tiki revolution and many of his nude pieces would be displayed in Tiki bars and restaurants. Tyree was likely the most prolific South Pacific and Tiki artist of the 20th century. In the 1970s, he started painting endangered animals to call attention to their limited numbers. He died suddenly of a heart attack at age fifty seven in 1979. In the 20th century after WWII, Ralph Burke Tyree led the transformation and appreciation of the South Pacific's serene beauty with his art. Furthermore he was the premier artist in American iconic movement of the Tiki revolution which emanated from Hawaii and California. He likely painted thousands of different pieces, initially oils on board, mostly wahines, au naturale. Starting in 1960 he switched to oils on black velvet with the portraiture nudity, more demure or sometimes a silhouette in a jungle scene. Tyree was a dreamer who painted idealized women in idyllic South Pacific landscapes, the faces of wizened island men and later exotic animals. His portraiture, whether of humans or animals, captured their quiet, gentle spirit.



Tiki Mugs

Tiki Mugs Author Jay Strongman
ISBN-10 0955339812
Release 2008
Pages 175
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For full-blown tiki fanatics, or for those who are just dipping their toes into the tropical waters of tiki collecting, this is the guide. Tiki style is more popular than ever, and there are more collectors than ever peering out from the torches and palm trees. Written by a recognized expert in the field, this resource includes the complete production listings of the major manufacturers, from 1950 to today. An essential purchase for specialists, the photos and descriptions of styles such as the Frankentiki and the Monkey Mugstack will provide brilliant inspiration for those new to collecting.



Tiki Art Now

Tiki Art Now Author Otto Von Stroheim
ISBN-10 1593620632
Release 2006-12-06
Pages 64
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Tiki Art Now Volume 3 is the third installment of Otto von Stroheim's chronicle of contemporary Tiki art. Presented in full color are over 50 pieces of art by 18 of the top Tiki artists from around the world including Shag, Tim Biskup, Crazy Al Evans, veteran Wayne Coombs a.k.a. Mai Tiki and more. Also included is a survey of vintage velvet paintings by the master - Tyree. Dating from the late 1940s and early 1950s, this is a rare glimpse into the history of a precursor of modern Tiki art. Includes an introduction by pop culturist Lary Reid.



The Twisted Tale of Tiki Island Give Yourself Goosebumps 21

The Twisted Tale of Tiki Island  Give Yourself Goosebumps  21 Author R. L. Stine
ISBN-10 9780545841863
Release 2015-09-29
Pages 144
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"Reader beware--you choose the scare! GIVE YOURSELF GOOSEBUMPS! You and your cousin Gina are vacationing on Tiki Island. It's so beautiful, you don't even care when you hear a rumor that people have been mysteriously disappearing from the island. While you're snorkeling, Gina finds a dark undersea cave. Should you follow her in? Or go after that gleaming object on the ocean floor? Quick! Make up your mind! A shark is zooming straight at you! If you choose to dive for the object, you'll find a Tiki Eye. It has the power to erupt a volcano — and summon Tiki warriors from the dead! If you explore the underwater cave you'll find a sunken ship filled with treasure... and some very active skeletons. The choice is yours in this scary GOOSEBUMPS adventure that's packed with over 20 super-spooky endings!



Tiki Surf Witches Want Blood

Tiki Surf Witches Want Blood Author Will Penny
ISBN-10 099734931X
Release 2016-08-20
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Tiki Surf Witches Want Blood has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tiki Surf Witches Want Blood also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tiki Surf Witches Want Blood book for free.



Tiki Art

Tiki Art Author Scott Cummins
ISBN-10 1539552012
Release 2016-10-15
Pages 204
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Tiki and totem inspired characters for the artist who wants more choices, this advanced coloring book features 101 tantalizing tiki faces ready to color! These graphics are elaborate without being tedious to satisfy a variety of ages. Just the right balance of bold elegance and challenging detail. Hours of relaxing coloring activity. Expressive bold and varied outlines. Page after page of primitive island carvings. Lays less flat than your typical thin book. Pages printed one side.



Visual Development Art of Tiki Trouble

Visual Development Art of Tiki Trouble Author Dominic Carola
ISBN-10 0990492230
Release 2016-06-30
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Visual and story development art of Tiki Trouble



Bottomless Cocktail

Bottomless Cocktail Author Shag
ISBN-10 0867195282
Release 2001
Pages 96
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Shag is a leading light in contemporary hip art. Blending cartoon, tiki, and vintage illustrative sensibilities, Shag has garnered the attention of a legion of devoted fans and collectors who will delight in this new collection of his work. Shag's art looks back on the pop culture of the mid 20th century and blends it with a dose of modern irony, humor, and joy. An acolyte of Exotica, Tiki Culture, and cartoon illustration, Shag's work first looks retro, but on closer inspection is seen to be a loving exploration of the popular subconscious. This is the softcover edition.