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What I Love About Movies

What I Love About Movies

Film magazine Little White Lies surveys 50 notable industry people, from the Coen Brothers to Philip Seymour Hoffman, on their motivations in this new book

by Nara Shin in Culture on 22 October 2014

Hugo Passos Cork Wedge

Hugo Passos Cork Wedge

A simple door jam handmade in London from Portuguese cork

by Karen Day in Design on 14 October 2014

Tove Jansson's Moomins on the Riviera

Tove Jansson's Moomins on the Riviera

The new animated film retells a 60-year-old story of the curious characters that's still relevant today

by Cajsa Carlson in Culture on 13 October 2014

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The Infographic Guide to Series

The Infographic Guide to Series

Illustrated, informative and lighthearted, the hardcover series packs a wealth of knowledge into playful graphics

by Hans Aschim in Design on 13 October 2014

A History of Toy and Novelty Cameras

A History of Toy and Novelty Cameras

"Camera Crazy" looks back on decades of unusual and unique designs

by Graham Hiemstra in Culture on 10 October 2014

Mick Rock: EXPOSED

Mick Rock: EXPOSED

The photographer's iconic images in a Kate Moss-clad paperback book and on view in a coinciding NYC exhibition

by Karen Day in Culture on 08 October 2014

Infographic Designers' Sketchbooks

Infographic Designers' Sketchbooks

A rare look inside the process of data visualizations in this in-depth tome

by Hans Aschim in Design on 06 October 2014

John Alcorn: Evolution by Design

John Alcorn: Evolution by Design

A written retrospective of the American illustrator, commercial artist and designer

by CH Contributor in Design on 02 October 2014

NYC's Newest (and Only) French Bookstore, Albertine

NYC's Newest (and Only) French Bookstore, Albertine

Nestled inside the French Embassy, the community space will host a celebratory festival with talks from filmmakers, mathematicians and more

by Nara Shin in Culture on 02 October 2014

Highlights From the 2014 New York Art Book Fair

Highlights From the 2014 New York Art Book Fair

The annual celebration of printed matter from publishers big and small

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 26 September 2014

Death & Co: Modern Classic Cocktails

Death & Co: Modern Classic Cocktails

Recipes and history from the celebrated eight-year-old East Village bar

by Julie Wolfson in Food + Drink on 25 September 2014

Hide and Seek: The Architecture of Cabins and Hideouts

Hide and Seek: The Architecture of Cabins and Hideouts

A beautiful book of impressively designed retreats that inspire wilderness solitude

by Hans Aschim in Design on 22 September 2014

The Photographer’s Playbook

The Photographer’s Playbook

Ideas and anecdotes from some of the most talented image-makers in the business

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 12 September 2014

Interview: Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner

Interview: Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner

Spanning performance art, music and theatre, the influential New York legend weighs in on his upcoming book "New Truth"

by Josh Rubin in Culture on 12 September 2014

Lost Stories from Dr. Seuss

Lost Stories from Dr. Seuss

The author's old magazine pieces republished, featuring new and familiar faces

by Nara Shin in Culture on 09 September 2014

Tattoo Book

Tattoo Book

A wide look at aesthetics in contemporary tattooing and the art form's global history

by Graham Hiemstra in Culture on 08 September 2014

François Meyer's Portraits D'Artistes

François Meyer's Portraits D'Artistes

A photography book intimately documenting over 120 artists and their work over the last 40 years

by David Graver in Culture on 08 September 2014

The Deitch Projects: Live the Art

The Deitch Projects: Live the Art

From large-scale installations to wild birthday parties, a peep inside the SoHo gallery's colorful history

by Kat Herriman in Culture on 02 September 2014

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Reimagined

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Reimagined

Illustrated by Olimpia Zagnoli, a new and bold interpretation of the classic story

by Katie Olsen in Design on 01 September 2014

Ditto Press London

Ditto Press London

The independent publisher and printer opens up shop with a bevy of books, photographs, risographs and more

by Cajsa Carlson in Design on 29 August 2014

Horn Please: The Decorated Trucks of India

Horn Please: The Decorated Trucks of India

Photographer Dan Eckstein traverses the subcontinent's vast highways, documenting elaborate lorries and their drivers

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 28 August 2014

Interview: Typomaniac Erik Spiekermann

Interview: Typomaniac Erik Spiekermann

We speak with famed German typographer, designer and entrepreneur about his comprehensive visual biography "Hello I am Erik"

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 28 August 2014

The Monocle Guide to Good Business

The Monocle Guide to Good Business

Valuable, globally sourced wisdom and inspiration for getting down to business

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 25 August 2014

A History of Reading

A History of Reading

Six thousand years of the written word as explored by a great essayist

by David Graver in Culture on 21 August 2014

Cat is Art Spelled Wrong

Cat is Art Spelled Wrong

A new book that aims to explain why cat videos are so alluring

by Nara Shin in Culture on 20 August 2014

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