Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart
Nano House

Nano House

Explore the small interiors of space-limited homes in the pages of Nano House ($20). Prime coffee table fodder, this 224-page tribute to the tiny takes a look at forty shining examples of interesting, innovative living spaces 650 square feet and under. It's almost enough to make you rethink your current living arrangement, until the realization that you'd need to jettison your LEGO collection snaps you back to reality.

  • Malcolm Gladwell: Collected

    Winter is a great time to catch up on some reading, and you'll be hard-pressed to find more interesting writing than the three tomes of Malcolm Gladwell: Collected ($50). This hardcover set includes Gladwell's groundbreaking books The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers, repackaged and redesigned, complete with all-new illustrations from Brian Rea.

  • Whole Beast Butchery

    Talk up your local organic grocer all you want, but if you're looking to get the most wholesome, freshest meats possible, there's no better way than to cut them yourself. Whole Beast Butchery ($25) is a step-by-step guide on how to procure, prepare, and utilize whole animals, illustrated with 500 photographs, and penned by self-taught meat guru Ryan Farr. As an added bonus, should society collapse around you, you'll be able to have a useful new profession.