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Esquire: Eat Like a Man – The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need

CultureComments ⋅ May 31, 2011
Now that Memorial Day has passed and the grills have been shut off, a few of you might be sulking on your couches, savoring the taste of a steak that you know probably won’t come again for another year. There’s no need to fret, howeve...

Hong Kong by Terry Richardon Book Preview

CultureComments ⋅ May 26, 2011
Following our coverage of Terry Richardson at Art Hong Kong 2011, we get a preview of his upcoming book, simply titled Hong Kong. The photographic journey that is Hong Kong looks to feature a candid perspective of the city via portraits taken at...

1950s Radio in Color: The Lost Photographs of Cleveland Deejay Tommy Edwards

ArtsComments ⋅ May 26, 2011
Christopher Kennedy is a passionate music fan and an accomplished songwriter and musician. The discovery of this collection was made during his determined research into the long lost rock ‘n’ roll film, The Pied Piper of Cleveland, wh...

Helmut Newton Polaroids Book

ArtsComments ⋅ May 26, 2011
The iconic pictures taken by legendary photographer Helmut Newton have been immortalized in a countless number of vintage and photography books, giving the impression that all of Newton’s work has already been printed. A new title put toget...

Alex Pardee “Awful/Resilient” Book

CultureComments ⋅ May 20, 2011
Upper Playground releases Awful/Resilient, the newest book from acclaimed artist Alex Pardee. This new collection of work expands upon the previous work showcased by Alex in Awful Homesick, to bring us a broader picture of the extent of his twis...

The Reality Show #2

CultureComments ⋅ May 18, 2011
Yesterday, we shared with you with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Reality Show Issue #2, which was shot by legendary photographer Nobuyoski Araki and features a strong roster of appearances that include model Jessica Michibata, mod...

Symbol Book by Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman

CultureComments ⋅ May 17, 2011
Angus Hyland is a graduate of the RCA and a partner at Pentagram Design London. In 2001 Hyland was the co-curator with Roanne Bell of “Picture This,” a British Council exhibition featuring the work of London illustrators. Steven Batem...

Nike Vintage Book

CultureComments ⋅ May 17, 2011
A new Nike Vintage book makes its way to Japanese newsstands. Focused on past designs of the 1970s and 1980s, the book highlights a multitude of Nike releases of the past. Both apparel and footwear are shown. Unfortunately the magazine style book...

The Art of Marc McKee “Seen Unknown” Book

ArtsComments ⋅ May 12, 2011
The release of Seen Unknown marks the beginning of a new MBP series edited by Winston Tseng, art director for Enjoi Skateboards. Tseng has worked with some of today’s most genre-defying visual artists and designers whose work extends well beyond...

Lowrider Coloring Book

DesignComments ⋅ May 8, 2011
Impalas, Cadillacs and Rivieras. In the Lowrider Coloring Book, you will color the classic and most popular Lowrider models. Lowrider culture reaches back to 1930s Los Angeles, where it became popular for style-conscious Latino-Americans to load...

Sasha Grey “Neu Sex” Book Signing @ Martha Otero Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ May 4, 2011
On May 3-4, adult film star and pop culture icon Sasha Grey will hold a signing at Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles to celebrate the official release of her new book, Neu Sex. Having taken many photographs and videos that she has had little to...

The New Era 2011 Spring/Summer Book

CultureComments ⋅ May 3, 2011
In conjunction with the release of their Spring/Summer 2011 collection, New Era is also releasing a book to highlight some of its key pieces and shed more light on the brand. Published by TRANSWORLD JAPAN, the book includes a brief company histor...

VISIONAIRE 60 – “Religion” with Riccardo Tisci

CultureComments ⋅ May 3, 2011
Designer Riccardo Tisci tackles a precarious topic in VISIONAIRE’s upcoming issue #60 simply titled “Religion.” Created in collaboration with Givenchy, the issue falls in line with Tisci’s own profound interest in religion...

A Taxonomy of Office Chairs by Jonathan Olivares

CultureComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2011
A Taxonomy of Office Chairs is an exhaustive visual history of a single design typology. The book exemplifies author Jonathan Olivares’ meticulous approach to design research, and his desire to catalog the entire development of the industrially p...

Carhartt Presents: “Something in Between” by Sergej Vutuc

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 8, 2011
Sponsored by Carhartt Work in Progress, Bosnian photographer Sergej Vutuc has just released his latest book, entitled Something in Between. The 104-page book features 70 black and white illustrations of skateboard culture that have been digitized...