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Having produced countless advertising campaigns for the likes of Barneys New York, the Bon Marché in Paris, Saab, and The Mark Hotel and known to many Americans as the man behind the drawings that accompany Glenn O’Brien‘s “Style Guy” column for GQ, award-wining author and illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme presents The Unknown Hipster Diaries. A sly, witty accompaniment to his site The Unknown Hipster, the new book features Delhomme’s signature artwork and features his humorous musings on the obsessions with fame and exclusivity that pervade our culture. Featuring 200 color illustrations and published by New York’s August-Editions, The Unknown Hipster Diaries is due out on November 15 for $45 USD and can be purchased now via Amazon.