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Parisian Chic Notebook (red, large)

Parisian Chic Notebook (red, large)

Written by Ines de la Fressange

Ines de la Fressange—quintessential parisienne and New York Times best-selling author of the Parisian Chic series—has created an exquisite stationery line that brings a luxurious French touch to daily life.
 
The most stylish place to record all of your important notes, ideas, and inspirations, this leatherette hardcover, lined notebook, with a duo of ribbon page markers and cloth binding, is a chic companion for work and everyday life. Business cards, receipts, and other important slips of paper…

August 2018 | Non-traditional book | 98 pages | $26.00

Parisian Chic Passport (blue)

Parisian Chic Passport (blue)

Written by Ines de la Fressange

Ines de la Fressange—quintessential parisienne and New York Times best-selling author of the Parisian Chic series—has created an exquisite stationery line that brings a luxurious French touch to daily life.
 
Sleek and slim, with a stitched binding and gold foil blazon, this leatherette paperback, unlined notebook slips into a purse, bag, or pocket like an authentic passport. Light as a feather, it is perfect for writing and drawing on the go. Available in red or blue.

August 2018 | Non-traditional book | 24 pages | $6.00

Parisian Chic Passport (red)

Parisian Chic Passport (red)

Written by Ines de la Fressange

Ines de la Fressange—quintessential parisienne and New York Times best-selling author of the Parisian Chic series—has created an exquisite stationery line that brings a luxurious French touch to daily life.
 
Sleek and slim, with a stitched binding and gold foil blazon, this leatherette paperback, unlined notebook slips into a purse, bag, or pocket like an authentic passport. Light as a feather, it is perfect for writing and drawing on the go. Available in red or blue.

August 2018 | Non-traditional book | 24 pages | $6.00

The White Horse

The White Horse

Foreword by Simon Aboud, Photographed by Mary McCartney

For every person who has had a love affair with his or her horse, this intimate collection of images of a white stallion in the English countryside will evoke the joy of a horse’s companionship.

In Mary McCartney’s largest body of work to date she pays tribute to the extraordinary beauty of a white stallion, Alejandro. These portraits place the horse in the context of the rich, bucolic countryside of Sussex where McCartney grew up. Using a…

August 2018 | Hardcover | 200 pages | $55.00

Japanese Steel

Japanese Steel

Written by William Bevington, Photographed by Scott Ryder

The first book to chronicle the golden age of Japanese bicycle design.

Japanese bicycles have long been at the forefront of both competitive and recreational cycling—from top-flight racing bicycles to collectible custom fixed-gear frames. This comprehensive and stunningly illustrated book presents a fascinating overview of the most prolific and celebrated period of Japanese bicycle design, between the 1950s and the ’80s, when uniquely talented artisanal craftsmen produced some of the most iconic bicycles of the twentieth…

August 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $50.00

Jordan Wolfson

Jordan Wolfson

Text by Jack Bankowsky, Alison Gingeras, Mark Godfrey, Beatrix Ruf and Martin Van Nieuwenhuyzen

Exploring new works by the provocative and irreverent American multimedia artist Jordan Wolfson.

Jordan Wolfson is known for his thought-provoking works in a wide range of media, including video, sculpture, installation, photography, and performance.

Produced in partnership with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, this book focuses on two major new works, Colored Sculpture and Female Figure. Operating somewhere between sculpture and interactive installation, these pieces rely on Wolfson’s contradictory relationship with technology to create an unsettling tension between the figure…

August 2018 | Hardcover | 128 pages | $65.00

Piero Manzoni

Piero Manzoni

Written by Flaminio Gualdoni, Edited by Marguerite Shore, Translated by Peter Benson Miller

Piero Manzoni was one of the most radically inventive artists of the twentieth century whose work continues to challenge the definitions of artistic sovereignty and virtuosity to this day.

Immediately upon his death in 1963 at the age of thirty, Piero Manzoni’s reputation as a provocateur and wild child preceded him, with his most subversive work, Artist’s Shit, 1961, elevating him to cult status. But what actually came before, and lay behind those thirty grams of pure…

August 2018 | Trade Paperback | 256 pages | $35.00

Albert Oehlen

Albert Oehlen

Written by Caroline Bourgeois

The most substantial monograph ever devoted to Albert Oehlen.

Albert Oehlen has established himself as one of the leading figures in contemporary painting thanks to a continually evolving practice that focuses more on overcoming formal limitations and on experimentation than on the subject of the work. Music has played a central part in the artist’s output, serving as a metaphor for his method of working in which fusion and rhythm, improvisation and repetition, and density and harmony…

September 2018 | Hardcover | 268 pages | $60.00

Apples

Apples

Written by Christophe Adam, Contribution by Marion Chatelain, Photographed by Laurent Fau, Text by Sophie Brissaud

Just in time for autumn’s bounty of apples, this collection of easy-to-follow sweet and savory recipes by a renowned French chef is a feast for all the senses.

Perfect for anyone who has just gotten a bushel of apples at the farmer’s market or from their CSA without knowing exactly how to use them all, this mix of traditional and classic recipes is both adventurous and innovative. Each recipe comes with precise instructions and detailed photography by…

September 2018 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $25.00

The Bacon Scratch & Sniff Cookbook

The Bacon Scratch & Sniff Cookbook

Written by Jack Campbell

This is a bacon cookbook with a super-fun twist—scratch the cover for a deliciously bacon-y smell!

It’s an indisputable fact that bacon is the world’s greatest food. It goes with everything—from savory to sweet—and it’s just as comfortable being the star of the show as it is playing a supporting role. You can slather it in maple syrup; you can fry it ‘til it’s crisp; you can use it to wrap other meats; hell, you can even…

September 2018 | Hardcover | 112 pages | $19.95

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