Atlas Obscura, 2nd Edition: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders
Inspiring equal parts wonder and wanderlust, Atlas Obscura is a phenomenon of a travel book that shot to the top of bestseller lists when it was first published. This second edition takes readers to even more curious and unusual destinations, with more than 100 new places.
Only In Tokyo: Two Chefs, 24 Hours, The Ultimate Food City
Join intrepid chefs Michael Ryan and Luke Burgess on the best sort of culinary adventure—one that could happen only in Tokyo. From daybreak to late night, discover the creative people and compelling stories behind the restaurants, bars and tea houses of the world’s most exciting food destination.
Field Notes Shenandoah Graph Memo Books, 3-Pack
Inspired by the changing leaves of fall, these limited edition notebooks feature covers that match the leaf colors of three trees found in Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park. Inside, each notebook is filled with 24 sheets of 60# Finch Opaque Bright White paper with a 3/16 inch grid.
Hilma Af Klint: Paintings For The Future
When Swedish artist Hilma af Klint died in 1944 at the age of 81, she left behind more than 1,000 paintings and works on paper that she had kept largely private during her lifetime. Believing the world was not yet ready for her art, she stipulated that it should remain unseen for another 20 years.
Apollo 11 Flight Plan Final Edition
The original “final edition” of the Apollo 11 flight plan, restored and reprinted for the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing that took place in 1969.
Phaidon 1000 Design Classics
Originating from the highly acclaimed and groundbreaking three-volume Phaidon Design Classics, this new book presents 1,000 of the world’s greatest objects in one large-format volume – from everyday items by anonymous creators to lauded pieces.
Nashville: Scenes From The New American South
A dynamic, experiential, and intimate portrait that explores the many sides of the legendary Southern city and country music capital, from award-winning writers Ann Patchett, Jon Meacham, and acclaimed photographer Heidi Ross.
Contact High: A Visual History Of Hip-Hop
Featuring rare outtakes from over 100 photoshoots alongside interviews and essays from industry legends, Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop takes readers on a chronological journey from old-school to alternative hip-hop and from analog to digital photography.
The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art And Fashion
In The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, curator and critic Antwaun Sargent addresses a radical transformation taking place in fashion and art today.
Remote Places To Stay
Discover magical, remote locations around the world, from Africa to the Arctic, that will help you disconnect from modern life and enter a state of wonder. Remote Places to Stay shares 22 out-of-the-way places where you can get off the grid and reconnect to the essentials, surrounded by raw pristine nature.
Nanoleaf Canvas Lighting Smarter Kit
With the Nanoleaf Canvas, you can easily create your own lighting masterpiece. The Nanoleaf Canvas is made up of touch-controllable LED Light Squares that connect together along any side to create any design you choose.
The Element In The Room: Investigating The Atomic Ingredients That Make Up Your Home
Just about everything in the universe is made from only 92 elements – and from aluminum to zinc, many of them are hiding in your very own home! This funny and fascinating guide is bursting with brilliant facts about the atomic ingredients that make up everything around us.
W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America
Famed sociologist, writer, and black rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois exhibited a series of groundbreaking data visualizations at the 1900 Paris Exposition, offering a view into the lives of black Americans. His prophetic infographics convey a literal and figurative representation of what he famously referred to as “the color line.”
Jim Marshall: Show Me The Picture
Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture is a collection of work by photographer Jim Marshall, who created iconic images of rock ‘n’ roll stars, jazz greats, and civil rights leaders. This career-spanning volume showcases hundreds of photographs evoking the sights and sounds of the 1960s and 1970s.
Atlas of Furniture Design
The Atlas of Furniture Design is the most comprehensive overview of the history of furniture design ever published. The book documents 1,740 objects by 546 designers and 565 manufacturers, and features more than 2,500 images, from detailed object photographs to historical documentation.
Bill Cunningham: On The Street, Five Decades Of Iconic Photography
Bill Cunningham’s photography captured the evolution of style, of trends, and of the everyday, both in New York City and in Paris. But his work also shows that street style is not only about fashion; it’s about the people and the changing culture.
My Art Book Of Love
For toddlers and preschoolers, connecting their own experiences of love to those they see on the canvas allows them to truly engage with the material. 35 full-page artworks feature love in all its forms, accompanied by a brief and gentle read-aloud text.
New York Club Kids By Waltpaper
New York: Club Kids is a high-impact visual diary of New York City in the 1990s, seen through the eyes of Walt Cassidy, known as Waltpaper, a central figure within the Club Kids. The Club Kids were an artistic, fashion-conscious youth movement.
Hi-Fi: The History Of High-End Audio Design
A beyond-cool look at the world of high-end audio design for passionate collectors, obsessive audiophiles, and design fans. This unique book explores just how, when, and why the world fell in love with the look, feel, and sound of top-of-the-line audio equipment. Hi-Fi traces this fascinating evolution from the 1950s to today (and tomorrow).