Find here all the books by Vincent Munier and published by Kobalann
This book showcases Munier’s best pictures from the Arctic - including white wolves, polar bears and foxes, snowy owls…
These two bilingual books (French and English) showcase Vincent Munier’s photographic work in two original formats: a vertical tome and a horizontal one.
A photographic work carried out by Michel and Vincent Munier, together with soft poems by CharlElie Couture. Reprinted in spring 2014.
"Night of the deer": this bilingual book (French & English) showcases original and mysterious photos of wild deer by Vincent Munier + a CD including forest and bellow sounds.
Deluxe edition of the book « Adélie, Land & Sea », including two fine-art prints signed by Vincent Munier and Laurent Ballesta.
Deluxe edition of the book "Arctique", numbered and signed by Vincent Munier, including one fine-art print.
Deluxe edition of the book + CD "La nuit du cerf" by Vincent Munier, presented inside a box with one fine-art print.
Deluxe edition of the two books Solitudes I & II, numbered and signed by Vincent Munier, including two fine-art prints. Shipping from 8,54 € TTC
For the first time, photographers Vincent Munier and Laurent Ballesta have travelled together to discover the natural treasures of Adélie Land, in Antarctica.
First published as an exhibition catalog, this book showcases Vincent Munier's worldwide photographic work and texts by Pierre Pelot, a famous writer from the Vosges. Shipping from 4.93 €
Last copies available Released in 2004, this big album gathers pictures from Vincent Munier's trips to Japan.
Catalog of the exhibition « L’appel du loup » by Vincent Munier (summer 2015). Shipping from 6,19 €
Published by the Natural History Museum of London, this book showcases 10 portfolios from some of the planet’s greatest nature photographers, all with breathtaking images that have inspired a generation and turned nature photography into art.
Republished after a first release at the end of 2007, "Clair de brume" explores the strangest and most attractive sides of the Vosges mountains, when dawn shines with frost after a long winter night, when the twilight agitates some ghostly silhouettes, or when moving fogs play with the light.
This book was published in 2007, after Vincent Munier's fourth journey to this distant peninsula.
"White Nature" was published in 2006, showcasing images shot in inclement weather, and rough places in mist and snow.