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FUCT Book by Rizzoli

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 9, 2012
Since being founded in 1990, FUCT has been a label that has constantly been pushing the envelope by reinterpreting many accepted cultural themes. To celebrate over two decades of success, Rizzoli will publish a book this year to coincide with a world...

All Gone 2011 Preview

StyleComments ⋅ Jan 6, 2012
Flagship street culture book All Gone will unveil its sixth installment of the series which aims to spotlight nearly 200 product highlights from 2011. Featuring contributions from photographers from all walks of life, the book will be available in li...

Fafi: The Carmine Vault Book Preview

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 4, 2012
Born in Toulose, Fafi is a street artist who has been exploring a class of female stereotypes through her sexy, aggressive and stylized renderings of her signature characters. Fiercely feminine and extravagantly rendered in color, her particular styl...

Sneaker News: Top 30 Sneakers of 2011 Book

StyleComments ⋅ Jan 4, 2012
Throughout the calendar year, thousands of new sneaker releases are produced by the world’s most recognizable brands, and despite the overwhelming odds, a select few somehow manage to establish themselves as standouts within the crowded landscape. Sn...

London 2012 Olympic Games – The Isle of Man Stamp Collection by Paul Smith

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 4, 2012
Renowned fashion designer Sir Paul Smith has long been inspired by the sports and the culture it has developed over centuries of evolution. To commemorate his passion, he’s designed a collection of stationary including stamps and postcards for...

adidas ‘The Story As Told By Those Who Have Lived And Are Living It’ Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 3, 2012
Headed by Keith Cooper and published by adidas, The Story As Told By Those Who Have Lived And Are Living It presents itself as an extensive catalog of adidas’s history in the sporting and lifestyle world. One of the longest standing sports bran...

Moleskine Inspiration & Process In Architecture

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 28, 2011
Furthering its creative and forward-thinking notebook brand, Moleskin introduces the Inspiration & Process in Architecture series – a range of notebooks dedicated to the creative process of specific architects. The series aims to offer a r...

Henry Hargreaves 3DD Deluxe Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 14, 2011
Following the success of his first 3D breast book, Henry Hargreaves is back with 3DD Deluxe, another collection building on his universally appreciated theme: real breasts, in “even better” 3D. While the last compilation featured NYC mode...

I HATE: The Art of Todd Bratrud Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 6, 2011
Famed illustrator, designer of your favorite Nike SB’s and founder of High Five Skateboards, Todd Bratrud, has the innate ability to create an offensively grotesque depiction and yet still have the viewer stunned by the beauty within his work....

Mark Ryden ‘Pinxit’ Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 2, 2011
This new work from Mark Ryden offers a concise study of the life and career of the American artist. The book is entitled Pinxit – a play on a Latin phrase meaning ‘he painted this,’ and boasts a bold pink cover. Two editions will se...

Intersection Cars Now: A Guide to the Most Notable Cars Today

LifestyleComments ⋅ Dec 1, 2011
Intersection Cars Now from Daniel Alexander Ross is an unparalleled guide to today’s most stylish, innovative and intriguing cars over the years. Each automobile features an infograph that possesses each key statistic, and why it has been a significa...

Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson Photo Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 1, 2011
Showcasing a rarely seen side of Lady Gaga, the forthcoming Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson publication is a compilation of over 350 images of Gaga as captured by the iconic photographer over a 10-month period. Beginning with her performance at the 2010...

Hollywood and the Ivy Look

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 17, 2011
Publishers Reel Art Press releases the first ever large format coffee table book, exploring how the Ivy look came into play on the West Coast. The Ivy look had stemmed off from the elite on the East Coast and steered itself over to Hollywood, where i...

Ron English ‘Stickable Art Offenses’ Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Nov 15, 2011
Contemporary American artist Ron English releases this unique, anti-coffee table book of sorts. Designed to do much more than simply sit on a table, Stickable Art Offenses is full of adhesive stickers for readers to disseminate throughout the home, n...

Aerial Views by Bernhard Lang

ArtsComments ⋅ Nov 14, 2011
More often than not, photography derived from unconventional settings and angles creates an immediately memorable experience. Such is the work of German photographer Bernhard Lang who’s recently published book Aerial Views offers – as the...