America 24/7

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America 24/7
America twenty-four seven.jpg
Flint Hills, Kansas: Three-year-old Bailey Lewis, her mom, dad and two brothers work and live on a 5,000 acre (20 km²) cattle ranch in central Kansas.
AuthorMultiple authors
IllustratorNone; photographic collections
Cover artistPhoto of three-year-old Bailey Lewis; photo taken by Dan White
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SubjectCulture and life in the United States
GenrePhotographic
PublisherDorling Kindersley
Publication date
2003
Media typeHardback
Pages304
ISBN1-4053-0012-4 (UK edition)
OCLC52919372
917.3/0022/2 22
LC ClassE169.Z83 A5 2003

America 24/7 was a photography book published by DK in 2003 about culture and life in the United States. It depicts life of Americans from every U.S. State.

Collecting[edit]

Between May 12–18, 2003, digital photographers were asked to take pictures of cities and towns, friends, neighbors, families and animals.[1] More than 25,000 photographers responded.[1] Photographers ranged from first-time users to international photojournalists and newspaper shooters.[1] Included in these were 36 Pulitzer Prize winners.[1]

Project[edit]

The project was created by Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen, the team behind the New York Times #1 Bestseller: A Day in the Life of America.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d America 24/7: Inside cover. Self-reference. ISBN 1-4053-0012-4[dead link]

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