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Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c.

Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c.

Edited by Esther K. Smith, Foreword by Steven Heller, Contribution by Wayne White

Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c. is a vintage volume with an established cultlike status within the bibliophile, typographic, and design worlds. Originally published as a catalogue for William H. Page’s Connecticut wood type foundry— considered one of the best in the world—this 1874 type specimen book features elaborate display typefaces meant to announce tent revivals and circuses. In addition to the beautifully intricate typefaces and playful designs, the original author designed the pages in such…

May 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $45.00

Star Trek: Ships of the Line Posters

Star Trek: Ships of the Line Posters

Illustrated by Doug Drexler, John Eaves, Koji Kuramura and DM Phoenix, Compiled by CBS

Available for the first time in easily framed, high-quality prints, these highly collectible works by fan-favorite artists depict iconic Star Trek ships and vessels in battle and exploring the cosmos, bringing to vivid life dynamic scenes from the history of sci-fi’s most enduring franchise in celebration of Star Trek.
Twenty-four ready-to-display prints by some of the industry’s most accomplished and recognized artists showcase the U.S.S. Enterprise, Klingon Birds of Prey, and other famous Federation ships from…

September 2017 | Non-traditional book | 24 pages | $12.98

Studio 54

Studio 54

Edited by Ian Schrager, Foreword by Bob Colacello

There has never been—and will never be—another nightclub to rival the sheer glamour, energy, and wild creativity that was Studio 54. Now, in the first official book on the legendary club, co-owner Ian Schrager presents a spectacular volume brimming with star-studded photographs and personal stories from the greatest party of all time. From the moment it opened in 1977, Studio 54 celebrated spectacle and promised a never-ending parade of anything goes. Although it existed for only…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 396 pages | $75.00

Studio KO

Studio KO

Written by Karl Fornier and Olivier Marty, Foreword by Pierre Bergé, Text by Tom Delavan

A debut monograph on the highly sought-after French architecture duo renowned for a signature aesthetic infused with clean lines and raw minimalism. Founded by French architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty in 2000, Studio KO has quickly secured its status in the world of architectural design. A refreshing modernist aesthetic imbued with subtle references to history and culture defines their work. While Marty and Fournier are best known for their minimalist villas set in awe-inspiring landscapes, recent…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $75.00

Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami

Edited by Michael Darling, Foreword by Madeleine Grynsztejn, Contribution by Michael Dylan Foster, Chelsea Foxwell and Reuben Keehan

The first major U.S. monograph in ten years on Murakami is the definitive survey of the paintings of one of today’s most influential artists.
 
Takashi Murakami (b. 1962), one of contemporary art’s most widely recognized exponents, receives a long-awaited critical consideration in this important volume. Accompanying the first retrospective exhibition devoted solely to Murakami’s paintings, this book traces Murakami’s career from his earliest training to his current studio practice.
 
Where other books address the…

May 2017 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $65.00

Tiffany Glass Coloring Book

Tiffany Glass Coloring Book

Written by Jessica Palmer, Contribution by The New York Historical Society

An elegant new coloring book inspired by and celebrating the spectacular designs of Tiffany lamps at the New-York Historical Society. A new addition to the wildly successful coloring-book genre, the leaded, kaleidoscopic designs of the beloved 132 Tiffany Studios lamps and three windows in the Neustadt Collection at the New-York Historical Society lend themselves perfectly to the format of a coloring book. The new drawings by renowned British illustrator Jessica Palmer, sixty-five single-page and full-spread illustrations in…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 96 pages | $16.95

Tina Barney

Tina Barney

Afterword by Peter Galassi, Introduction by Tina Barney

Covering three decades of the artist’s provocative yet intimate large-scale color images capturing the domestic life and private moments of the American and European elite—her family and friends—this book will appeal to contemporary-art lovers, photography book collectors, and anyone
with an interest in modern culture.
Internationally acclaimed American artist Tina Barney burst on the scene in the early 1980s with her provocative yet intimate photographs capturing the domestic lives and social rituals of the elite….

September 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $100.00

Toscano Cigars

Toscano Cigars

Written by Enrico Mannuci

The fascinating history of the Toscano cigar, published in celebration of the brand’s two hundredth anniversary. Marking two centuries since the birth of the Toscano cigar, this book reconstructs its history and reveals its techniques, illustrating the beloved cigar’s ties with Italy as well as its international appeal.
In this illuminating volume, the production of the Toscano cigar—from growing the tobacco to the preparation of the leaves—unfolds against the breathtaking scenery of Tuscany, a stone’s throw from…

November 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $75.00

Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin

Written by Jonathan Jones

A new comprehensive monograph on the work of an enduring icon of contemporary art.

Compiled in close collaboration with the artist and unprecedented in its scope, this definitive book collects ten years of Tracey Emin’s drawings, paintings, sculptures, appliqués and embroideries, neons, video stills, and installations. A multimedia artist whose intensely personal work blurs the boundaries between art and life, Emin remains one of the most highly publicized contemporary British artists and continues to stir as…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 400 pages | $75.00

Usefulness in Small Things

Usefulness in Small Things

Written by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, Contribution by Deyan Sudjic, Photographed by Angela Moore, Introduction by Paul Smith

Everyday, low-cost, and mass-produced items gathered from around the world showcasing innovative design. This book presents a delightful collection of mass-produced objects that provide insight into the things that surround us. Common items such as nails, plugs, toothbrushes, soap, gloves, and sweets have their own function and differ in design from country to country and region to region. Some are examples of good and practical design, while others fail to fulfill their function. The collection shows…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 224 pages | $14.98

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