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  1. DIY Couture

    DIY Couture

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    The DIY Couture collection is 10 stylish, easy to make pieces of clothing that can be endlessly reinvented in different fabrics, textures, and colors. Anyone who enjoys sewing and creating something unique will love using this book to make their own couture wardrobe. The book begins by showing with a Useful Techniques section, followed by Collections: inspirational photographs of the pieces styled different ways.


  2. 100 Years of Fashion

    100 Years of Fashion

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    This book documents in pictures the most exciting and diverse period in fashion: from 1900 to today, and covering high society, uniforms, sportswear, streetwear, and couture. It will appeal to everyone with an interest in fashion as well as students. The last century bore witness to the transformation of women’s fashion.


  3. Rad Rides

    Rad Rides The Best BMX Bikes of All Time

    By Gavin Lucas

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    BMX bikes are iconic. There’s something about them that appeals to kids, adults, cyclists, and more often than not those involved in visual creativity. And of course BMX has just become an Olympic sport. The Best BMX Bikes of All Time is the most in-depth exploration of the world of BMX bikes through their riders, and the culture that surrounds them.


  4. Paris in Color

    Paris in Color

    By Nichole Robertson

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    Take a journey through the world’s most romantic city, traveling from color to magnificent color with this beguiling book.


  5. SnApp Shots

    SnApp Shots How to Take Great Pictures with Smartphones and Apps

    By Adam Bronkhorst

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    SnApp Shots is the definitive guide to the amazing photographic results now achievable on iPhones, Android phones, Windows phones, and Blackberries.


  6. Swell

    Swell A Year of Waves

    By Evan Slater Photographs edited by Peter Taras

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    Wave watchers around the world know that no two waves are the same. Yet each and every wave that rises, peaks, and crashes onto the beach is generated by a much larger force originating thousands of miles away.


  7. Skateboard Stickers (Mini Edition)

    Skateboard Stickers (Mini Edition)

    By Mark Munson

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    This is the first book to celebrate the use of stickers in skateboarding. Showing the full spectrum of skate sticker art, it brings together over 350 of the most memorable stickers ever produced.


  8. Flowers for You Notecards

    Flowers for You Notecards

    Photographs by Angie Cao

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    Classic and inviting photographs of sumptuous flora make these notecards perfect for all manner of occasions, from intimate gatherings to festive parties.


  9. Take Away

    Take Away

    By Jean-François Mallet

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    Take Away invites readers on a visual voyage into open-air markets and food stalls with hawkers and vendors the world over, seen through the lens of acclaimed French chef and photographer Jean-François Mallet.


  10. The Custom Road Bike

    The Custom Road Bike

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    This lavishly illustrated book reveals the state of the art of the custom racing bicycle. Chapter by chapter, the book builds up the complete guide to specifying and buying your dream bike.


  11. Naughty Little People Postcards

    Naughty Little People Postcards

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    Containing 25 detachable postcards of miniature scenes in which naughty little people engage in surprising, funny, titillating, or simply obscene behavior, this book gives readers a humorous look beneath the veneer of polite society.Artists Vincent Bousserez, Etienne Clement, Daniel Dorall, Jonah Samson, and Lisa Swerling make stunning use of miniature scenes to create startling situations and amusing, memorable images.


  12. Photo Journal

    Photo Journal

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    One of the most lamented victims of the digital revolution is printed photography. There is a unique feeling to be had from a printed photograph, not to mention a magic time-defying permanence.


  13. Art & Sole (Mini Edition)

    Art & Sole (Mini Edition)

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    In recent years the sneaker scene has exploded with artist and designer collaborations. These specialist shoes are produced as short runs, using innovative or luxury materials, and often have bespoke packaging.


  14. No Nails, No Lumber

    No Nails, No Lumber The Bubble Houses of Wallace Neff

    By Jeffrey Head

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    Imagine a house constructed in less than forty-eight hours, without using lumber or nails, that is more resistant to fire, earthquakes, and hurricanes than any traditionally built structure. This may sound like the latest development in prefab housing or green architecture, but the design dates back to 1941 when architect Wallace Neff (1895–1982) developed Airform construction as a solution to the global housing crisis. Best known for his elegant Spanish Colonial–revival estates in Southern California, Neff had a private passion for his dome-shaped "bubble houses" made of reinforced concrete cast in position over an inflatable balloon. No Nails, No Lumber shows the beauty and versatility of Neff 's design in new and vintage photography, previously unpublished illustrations, and archival material and ephemera.


  15. Beck

    Beck

    By Autumn de Wilde Foreword by Michel Gondry

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    Over the past 15 years, photographer Autumn de Wilde and musician Beck Hansen’s friendship and collaboration have yielded a body of work every bit as playful, innovative, and lyrical as his music. This beautifully designed volume—featuring a circular fold-out poster jacket—collects the best of these photographs, including intimate portraits, moments from performances, images documenting the recording of his Mutations album, as well as gorgeous photo sessions informed by surrealism, dada, op art, and other artistic influences.


  16. Eddie Van Halen

    Eddie Van Halen

    By Neil Zlozower (author), Slash (foreword)

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    Eddie Van Halen is one of the most revolutionary and influential players ever to pick up a guitar. His music, his technique, his passion, and amazing invention continue to energize fans and guitarists around the world. This book focuses on the innovative early years of the band Van Halen, when Eddie burst onto the scene and changed the face of electric guitar playing and melodic hard rock.


  17. The A-Z of Visual Ideas

    The A-Z of Visual Ideas How to Solve any Creative Brief

    By John Ingledew

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    A source book of visual ideas and strategies for visual communication How to Solve any Creative Brief: An A Z of Ideas explains the key ideas, sources of inspiration and visual techniques that have been used throughout design history.


  18. Instrument

    Instrument

    Photographs by Pat Graham,Foreword by Johnny Marr

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    Instruments tell stories through their appearance as much as through their sound. Pat Graham’s photographs capture the intimate relationship between musician and instrument told by the signs of wear—of fingers on frets or keys, chips, scratches, and modifications by the artists who have played, beaten on, bled over, and made them their own.


  19. Beard

    Beard

    Photographs by Matthew Rainwaters

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    Hundreds of bearded men strutted their stuff at the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Anchorage, Alaska, and photographer Matthew Rainwaters was there to capture it all.


  20. Rebus

    Rebus

    By James Jean

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    Over the past decade, James Jean has won critical acclaim for his art (including a record eight Eisner Awards in a row for his cover illustrations for the DC Comics series Fables), hosted celebrated gallery exhibitions around the globe, received numerous design awards, and developed a fan base of devoted collectors.


  21. The Eighties at Echo Beach

    The Eighties at Echo Beach

    Photographs by Mike Moir Introduction by Jamie Brisick

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    You won’t find Echo Beach on any map. But for a band of surfers from Newport Beach the stretch between 52nd and 56th street was an entire universe of ‘80s cool. These Day-Glo surfers singlehandedly demolished the laid-back ‘70s style with a loud blast of Devo and attitude. Out of the water, they wore Aquanet pompadours, Wayfarers, and neon boardshorts. In the water, they ripped up the wave two feet from local photographer Mike Moir’s Canon fish eye.


  22. 100 New Artists

    100 New Artists

    By Francesca Gavin

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    Featuring artists born after 1970 this book brings together the people who are creating the aesthetics of the next decade. These are artists who have passed the post-art school no man s land and are making waves in the contemporary art world.


  23. A Shade of Red

    A Shade of Red One Lipstick and One Hundred Women

    Photographs by Alyson Fox

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    Photographer Alyson Fox approached 125 women, most of whom had never before had their portrait taken, and asked them to pose for her with one condition: each must wear Revlon’s Certainly Red lipstick.


  24. Music for a City, Music for the World

    Music for a City, Music for the World 100 Years with the San Francisco Symphony

    By Larry Rothe

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    In Music for a City, Music for the World, Larry Rothe shares how the San Francisco Bay Area’s love of music, rooted in the Gold Rush, gave birth to a Grammy-winning and internationally acclaimed orchestra.


  25. Tom Kundig

    Tom Kundig Houses 2

    By Tom Kundig

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    Our 2006 monograph Tom Kundig: Houses was an instant critical and commercial success. Over the past five years, Seattle-based Kundig has continued his meteoric rise, collecting numerous awards, including the 2008 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture Design.


  26. Boo

    Boo The Life of the World’s Cutest Dog

    By J.H. Lee Photographs by Gretchen LeMaistre

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    Everyone loves Boo! His signature fluffy head and teddy bear–like persona are irresistibly adorable. With nearly a million Facebook fans, and adding more each day, Boo is poised to become an international superstar.


  27. Cyclepedia

    Cyclepedia A Century of Iconic Bicycle Design

    By Michael Embacher Foreword by Paul Smith

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    For every way to ride, there’s a bicycle to fit the need. An homage to the beauty of the bike, Cyclepedia showcases the innovations and legacies of bicycle design over the past century.


  28. Meow

    Meow I Love Cats

    Featuring images by Rachael Hale McKenna, Catherine Ledner & Gandee Vasan

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    This ultimate celebration of the cat features witty quotes about felines and images by three of the world’s most beloved animal photographers.


  29. Pretty Polaroid Notes

    Pretty Polaroid Notes 20 Different Notecards and Envelopes

    By Jenifer Altman, Amanda Gilligan, and Susannah Conway

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    Each notecard is a Polaroid at its prettiest: dreamy, delicate, instantaneous yet timeless, and best when shared with friends and loved ones.


  30. The Life of Fly

    The Life of Fly

    By Magnus Muhr

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    When they’re not buzzing in our ears or ruining our picnics, flies have lives of their own. Until now, their tiny world has remained completely unknown to humankind. In this engaging study, photographer Magnus Muhr carefully documents the world of the common housefly and reveals that when we’re not around, flies behave pretty much like we do.


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