Andy Warhol: Seven Illustrated Books

Before he became a world-renowned icon, Andy Warhol worked as a successful commercial artist. To help win clients and friendships, he created a series of seven handmade books, which went to only a select few. The originals sell for thousands at auction, but with Andy Warhol: Seven Illustrated Books, you can enjoy them in your own home. Each of the books — five of which are being republished for the first time — is painstakingly recreated to match the originals as closely as possible, down to the dimensions and paper stock. They're accompanied by a 56-page guidebook introducing each of the illustrations, giving added context to some rarely seen works by one of the 20th century's most important artists.

  • On Eating Insects

    The practice of eating insects isn't new, but in recent years it's started to take off in the West. The health benefits seem to be the driving force behind the surge, along with economic perks. On Eating Insects is a new book that points the spotlight on how these creatures actually taste, along with tips on their preparation and when and how they can be best utilized. The book provides essays on the cultural, political, and ecological significance of eating insects, alongside stories from the field, tasting notes, and recipes by the Nordic Food Lab.

  • Stars & Cars

    Nothing goes together quite like celebrity and automobiles. Steve McQueen and the Bullitt Mustang. James Dean and his Porsche Spyder. James Bond and his gadget-filled Aston Martins, Magnum P.I.'s Ferarri 308 — few things get as closely linked as a star and their car of choice. Stars & Cars exhaustively catalogs not just actors, but artists, musicians, and others whose love affair with four wheels has been almost as famous as they have.

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