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).
Great Women Artists
The most extensive fully illustrated book of women artists ever published, Great Women Artists reflects an era where art made by women is more prominent than ever. Featuring more than 400 artists from more than 50 countries and spanning 500 years of creativity.
The Nickel Boys: A Novel
In this bravura follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize, and National Book Award-winning #1 New York Times bestseller The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead brilliantly dramatizes another strand of American history through the story of two boys sentenced to a hellish reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida.
It’s Freezing In LA!
IFLA! is an independent magazine with a fresh take on climate change. They find the ground between science and activism, inviting writers and illustrators from a variety of fields to give their view on how climate change will affect — and is affecting — society.
Soviet Playgrounds: Playful Landscapes of the Former USSR
A photographic survey of Soviet-era playgrounds found in some of the former USSR countries, such as Ukraine, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Through five chapters containing more than 150 photographs, taken by Zupagrafika and local photographers.
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.”
NASA Mission AS-506 Apollo 11 Owners’ Workshop Manual
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 20th century’s greatest flight achievement, this book chronicles how 400,000 men and women across the US worked to transport human beings across a quarter million miles of hostile space to an unexplored world.
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.
BACH 333 The New Complete Edition
333 years since the birth of J. S. Bach, Bach 333 presents every known note from the great master and opens his world, and his impact on our world, in an immersive way. On 222 CDs and 1 DVD, this box set features over 280 hours of music.
The definitive collection of street photography from Magnum Photos, and an unparalleled opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the true greats of the genre. An essential addition to the street photography canon, this volume showcases hidden gems alongside many of street photography’s most famous images.
Wine Simple: A Totally Approachable Guide From A World-Class Sommelier
Aldo Sohm is one of the most respected and widely lauded sommeliers in the world. His debut book, Wine Simple, is full of confidence-building infographics and illustrations, an unbeatable depth of knowledge, effusive encouragement, and, most important, strong opinions on wine so you can learn to form your own.
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.
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.
Le Corbuffet: Edible Art And Design Classics
Combining a curiosity about art and design with a deeply felt love of cooking, Choi has assembled a playful collection of recipes that are sure to spark conversation over the dinner table. Featuring Choi’s own spectacular photography, these sixty recipes riff off famous artists or architects and the works they are known for.
Playing Changes: Jazz For The New Century
Woven throughout the book is a vibrant cast of characters—from Steve Coleman to Vijay Iyer and Esperanza Spalding—who have exerted an important influence on the scene. This is an adaptive new music for a complex new reality, and Playing Changes is the definitive guide.
Creative Spaces: People, Homes, And Studios To Inspire
The debut book from acclaimed Los Angeles lifestyle brand Poketo! Creative Spaces: People, Homes, and Studios to Inspire explores the lives, homes, and studios of 23 artistic entrepreneurs, authors, and designers.
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.
Stan Smith: Some People Think I’m A Shoe
An internationally celebrated and highly coveted icon in the world of sneaker design, the Stan Smith tennis sneaker has achieved cult status since its debut in the early 1970s. This is the first book to celebrate the global cultural impact of the ubiquitous sneaker named after former world No. 1 tennis player Stan Smith.