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Ai Weiwei Monograph by TASCHEN

The oft-controversial Ai Weiwei is the latest artist to be immortalized by TASCHEN, teaming up with the publisher for his first-ever comprehensive monograph. Compiled in close collaboration with Ai and with direct access to his own archives, the leng...

A Look Into the Work of a Legend with Robert Crumb’s Sketchbooks 1964–1982

German publisher Zweitausendeins has released a six-book boxed set showcasing Robert Crumb’s sketchbooks between 1981 to 1997, consisting of work such as The Yum Yum Book, Snatch, Zap, Despair and Weirdo. This edition is personally edited by th...

Annie Leibovitz SUMO-Sized TASCHEN Book

Celebrated photographer Annie Leibovitz is the latest artist to be immortalized in TASCHEN’s massive “SUMO” series with a brand new release from the German publisher. Measuring 19.7″ x 27.2″ and weighing a whopping 57 lb...

Explore the World of Logos with TASCHEN’s Logobook

Ludovic Houplain of Paris interdisciplinary design studio H5, together with TASCHEN, presents an extensive compilation of the logos that surround and, for many of us, define our lives. Logobook is the literary counterpart to Logorama, the 2009 Academ...

TASCHEN Chronicles the Golden Age of DC Comics

Prior to the multiplex success gained from the likes of Superman, The Avengers and Batman, there was a time when such characters were merely 2D shaded caricatures that lived in 11 x 17″ plate paper. Founded in 1934, DC Comics pioneered much of...

The History and Art of COMME des GARCONS in TASCHEN’s Rei Kawakubo Archive

Another new TASCHEN addition, this fashion hardcover examines the history and art behind Rei Kawakubo’s brand. Japanese fashion house COMME des GARCONS has a special vision when it comes to design that extends beyond clothing to furniture, arch...

TASCHEN Chronicles 30 Years of Yohji Yamamoto

New to TASCHEN’s fashion titles, this 120-page hardcover chronicles 30 artful years of anti-fashion history in the life of Yohji Yamamoto. Packed with biographical and personal information, images from over three decades of i-D history by photo...

Italian Furniture Icon Kartell Documented in TASCHEN’s The Culture of Plastics

German art book publisher TASCHEN documents the story of Italian plastic contemporary furniture icon Kartell in this new title Kartell: The Culture of Plastics. Founded in 1949 by chemical engineer Giulio Castelli at a time when the material applicat...

Fifty Years of 007 in TASCHEN’s The James Bond Archives

It’s been 50 years since James Bond first hit the silver screen and to commemorate, TASCHEN has released The James Bond Archives. First penned by British author Ian Fleming while living in Jamaica, James Bond has gone on to become one of the mo...

The New York Times, 36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe

Long work hours are simply not going away any time soon. Come the weekend, many are legitimately looking to clock out and make the best of their time away from the office. The New York Times has provided a European guide in your quest for a weekend r...

Mid-Century Ads: Advertising from the Mad Men Era

Publisher TASCHEN, Jim Heimann and Steven Heller focus on the glory years of American advertising with Mid-Century Ads: Advertising from the Mad Men Era. Thousands of images derived from the ’50s and ’60s “offers the best of America...

Modernist Cuisine Cook Book

It’s not everyday that a book, let alone a cookbook, gets its own video trailer. Modernist Cuisine, however, isn’t just any book. The TASCHEN-published 2,438-page behemoth confronts exactly what its title describes: cutting-edge cooking,...

Logo Design Vol. 3 by TASCHEN

Onto its third volume, Logo Design is a continual exploration of our fascination and interest with branding and identity via logos. The Taschen-published and Julius Wiedermann-edited book organizes logos over several different themes including &#...