Santiago's Finest Hour - Guy Harvey's hand-scribed and illustrated tale of Santiago the fisherman and his epic battle with the fish in the Hemmingway's "The Old Man and the Sea". Guy brings the story to life through his illustrations inspired by his passion for the "Old Man". Almost 60 Pen and Ink renditions of Santiago's incredible experience in Guy's unique celebration of Hemingways Pulitzer Prize Winning story.
Portraits from the Deep - Guy Harvey's large-format coffee-table book. Luxuriously illustrated with many of Guy's original paintings and underwater photographs, Portraits From the Deep is a vast study of the lifework of sport-fishing's premier illustrator. But this book is much more than a portrait of an artist. With 18 chapters devoted to Harvey's underwater exploits in the world's top fishing destinations, Portraits offers significant insights into the behavior and biology of the ocean's most majestic fish.
Fishes of the Open Ocean - From leading marine biologist and world authority on the subject Julian Pepperell, is the first book to comprehensively describe these fishes and explore the complex and often fragile world in which they live. Covers not only tunas, marlin, swordfish and sharks, but many other more unusual species such as flying fishes, lancetfish, sunfish, fanfish, and basking sharks. In what will be the definitive book on the subject for years to come and, with over three hundred color images, the most lavishly produced as well, Pepperell details the environment and biology of every major species of fish that inhabits the open ocean, an expanse that covers 330 million cubic miles and is the largest aquatic habitat on the Earth.
Panama Paradise - This book has 334 pages which includes over 400 photos and illustrations by Guy Harvey from the beginning in 1961 thru his present day adventures.