Spain’s most famous director hasn’t slowed down since he released his first short film in the early 1970s. Pedro Almodóvar continues releasing complex, dark films, often starring his favorite actors, Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz. Earlier this year, he awed audiences at Cannes with The Skin I Live In, a dark thriller starring Banderas as a disturbed widower obsessed with cultivating the perfect skin. But the latest from the filmmaker won’t be coming to a theater near you. Taschen is publishing The Pedro Almodóvar Archives, a photo-filled book documenting all 18 of his feature-length movies and including guest introductions along with the director’s eccentric captions. Here is a sneak peek of the pictures that will be released when the book comes out in December.