• 642 Things to Draw: Journal

    642 Things to Draw: Journal

    If you’re in need of some artistic stimulation, look no further than 642 Things to Draw. This guided journal is the ultimate creativity catalyst, packed with quirky and captivating drawing prompts that will get your artistic juices flowing. Whether you’re a seasoned sketcher or just starting out, this journal is sure to provide hours of […]

  • Mi Cocina

    Mi Cocina

    Mi Cocina by Rick Martínez is a real treat for anyone who is passionate about food and adventure. This cookbook is not just a collection of recipes, but a journey through the diverse regions of Mexico, each with its own unique flavors and traditions. With Rick as your guide, you’ll be transported to the bustling […]

  • Jeff Staple: Not Just Sneakers

    Jeff Staple: Not Just Sneakers

    “Jeff Staple: Not Just Sneakers” is a must-have for any streetwear and sneaker aficionado out there. This monograph is a celebration of the past 25 years of the legendary streetwear designer and sneaker king, Jeff Staple. From his early days of running a small handmade T-shirt line, to collaborating with heavyweights such as Nike, The […]

  • How to Make a Nation: A Monocle Guide

    How to Make a Nation: A Monocle Guide

    In, ‘How to Run a Nation: A Monocle Guide’, Monocle delves into the intricate and complex world of nation-building. Through a global lens, the book examines the unique characteristics and values that define a country and what it takes to run a successful one. The book takes a refreshing approach by not focusing solely on […]

  • Self-Therapy Pad

    Self-Therapy Pad

    The Self-Therapy Pad from Knock Knock is like having your own personal therapist in your pocket (or on your desk, at least). Whether you’re dealing with the existential dread of being an adult or just trying to figure out why you can’t stop eating ice cream, this pad has got your back. The pad is […]

  • Known and Strange Things

    Known and Strange Things

    Known and Strange Things: Essays is a captivating and thought-provoking collection of essays by Teju Adisa-Farrar. The book touches on a wide range of topics, from art and literature to politics and race, and Adisa-Farrar’s writing is both eloquent and incisive. One of the things that sets this book apart is Adisa-Farrar’s unique perspective. Born […]

  • Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style

    Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style

    In Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style, cultural historian W. David Marx examines the impact of Japanese designers on traditional American fashion. From high-end denim to oxford button-downs, Japanese companies like Uniqlo, Kamakura Shirts, Evisu, and Kapital have revived and revitalized classic American styles, known as ametora or “American traditional.” This phenomenon is part of […]