Harley-Davidson® 2021

Harley-Davidson® 2021
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Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760368169
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Description

Harley-Davidson® 2021 offers 16 months of motorcycle magnificence from the world’s most celebrated motorcycle manufacturer. 
 
Produced in cooperation with Harley-Davidson®, this new edition of the best-selling calendar includes everything from sublime classics to today's top contemporary machines. Harley-Davidson® 2021 features beautiful portraits shot specifically for this calendar by veteran Harley-Davidson® photographer David Blattel, as well as historic images from the Harley-Davidson® archives. Included with the calendar is a stunning 17" × 12" frame-ready poster.

The author

David Blattel is a commercial photographer whose clients include Disney, Fox Broadcasting, Microsoft and more. He lives and works in Topanga, California.

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Specs

Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760368169
Illustrations: 25
Size: 17 in x 12 in / 431.8 mm x 304.8 mm
Published:

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