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101 Ways to Use a Unicorn

101 Ways to Use a Unicorn

Written by Robb Pearlman, Illustrated by Dave Urban

Fans of the magical unicorn are legion, and the unicorn’s appearance in pop culture shows no signs of waning. This book presents lighthearted, slightly twisted, and always funny practical uses for a unicorn. Everyone loves unicorns—what’s not to love They’re beautiful, magical creatures. Author Robb Pearlman and illustrator Dave Urban join twistedly hilarious forces once again to create 101 Ways to Use a Unicorn, their follow-up to 101 Ways to Kill a Zombie. This latest book…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 96 pages | $14.95

Anouska Hempel

Anouska Hempel

Written by Anouska Hempel and Marcus Binney

There has never been a designer quite like Anouska Hempel. With the sheer creativity of her work, its originality, its awe-inspiring ambition – and its lasting influence – few contemporary designers approach her importance.  This book is a first: it is both a breathtaking exploration of her achievement; and an authoritative insight into how this entirely original designer works.
 
Author Marcus Binney is one of the most internationally renowned writers on architecture and design. In…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $65.00

Beefcake

Beefcake

Written by Petra Mason, Foreword by Lady Bunny

A fun and humorous treasure trove of extremely rare, all-American beefcake pinups. From the author of Bunny Yeager’s Darkroom and Bettie Page comes Beefcake, a Herculean collection of male nudes culled from vintage magazines of men for men. A lighthearted celebration of the male physique at its best, this entertaining volume features sporty and wholesome specimens championing the ideal male figure. Beefcake includes photos selected from private collections of rare male pinups from the 1940s to…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $50.00

The Best of Doisneau: Paris

The Best of Doisneau: Paris

Written by Robert Doisneau

The legendary photographer’s quintessential portraits of Paris—including several previously unpublished works—in an affordable new paperback. Robert Doisneau’s ability to infuse images of daily life with poetic nuance has given enduring popular appeal to his work. In this new volume, he leads us on an entrancing tour into Parisian gardens, along the Seine, and through crowds of Parisians. Workers, beggars, lovers, jugglers, children, dancers—Doisneau’s lens captures all, in myriad lights and moods. Sometimes humorous, often ironic, and…

March 2015 | Trade Paperback | 190 pages | $12.95

Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossoms

Written by James T. Ulak and Howard S. Kaplan, Introduction by Julian Raby

A jewel-like collection of the most exquisite cherry blossoms in Japanese art celebrates the enduring power of spring. Drawn from the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian’s museums of Asian art, these rare reproductions of gilded screens, woodblock prints, and ink on silk works offer sublimely rendered buds and blooms for all who cherish them. Since the eighteenth century, parties in Japan, from royal maidens to farmers, have gathered to…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 112 pages | $22.50

Dustin Yellin

Dustin Yellin

Text by Alanna Heiss, Kenneth Goldsmith and Andrew Durbin

The first comprehensive survey of contemporary artist Dustin Yellin, showcasing his surreal glass sculptures with fantastic dystopian themes. For the past decade, Dustin Yellin has been dazzling the art world with his large-scale glass sculptures, which transport collage to another dimension. These ambitious works are created through an innovative technique using the atmosphere itself as material. With a precise and painstaking process, multi-dimensional images grow from successive planes of multiple stacked panels of glass, each individually…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $60.00

Fashion House

Fashion House

Written by Megan Hess

A collection of beautifully illustrated interiors celebrating fashionable people in their inspirational, eclectic, fun, and always extraordinary habitats. Within the sumptuously illustrated pages of this book, you will find every extravagant interior you’ve ever dreamed of. Fancy a Manhattan suite? A grand estate of one of London’s men-about-town? A vintage Parisian loft? Get the look of the Valentino room, complete with red velvet drapes and hints of gold, the French teahouse, with pistachio-colored walls and gilded…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $14.95

The Fault Line

The Fault Line

Written by Paolo Rumiz, Translated by Gregory Conti

An award-winning writer travels the eastern front of Europe, where the push/pull between old empires and new possibilities has never been more evident. Paolo Rumiz traces the path that has twice cut Europe in two—first by the Iron Curtain and then by the artificial scaffolding of the EU—moving through vibrant cities and abandoned villages, some places still gloomy under the ghost of these imposing borders, some that have sought to erase all memory of it and…

March 2015 | eBook | 256 pages | $27.95

The Fault Line

The Fault Line

Written by Paolo Rumiz, Translated by Gregory Conti

An award-winning writer travels the eastern front of Europe, where the push/pull between old empires and new possibilities has never been more evident. Paolo Rumiz traces the path that has twice cut Europe in two—first by the Iron Curtain and then by the artificial scaffolding of the EU—moving through vibrant cities and abandoned villages, some places still gloomy under the ghost of these imposing borders, some that have sought to erase all memory of it and…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $27.95

France: An Illustrated Miscellany

France: An Illustrated Miscellany

Written by Denis Tillinac

This handsome volume presents France and its rich culture in all its bounty—from landscape and tradition to literature and legend. Eminent French author Denis Tillinac takes the reader through provincial French villages to deluxe Riviera retreats and on to the City of Light, providing insight into Henri IV, the origins of champagne, and the development of the high-speed (TGV) train along the way. From Flaubert’s Madame Bovary to the infamous Napoleon Bonaparte, and from La Fontaine’s…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $34.95

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