Black: Architecture in Monochrome

Black's place in fashion is well-known. Its place in architecture is nearly as notable. Black: Architecture in Monochrome celebrates centuries of dark buildings across the globe. From ancient churches dating to modern skyscrapers, it covers more than 150 structures from obscure origins and legendary architects alike, with the excellent photography paired with enlightening text.

  • Meehan's Bartender Manual

    The world got to know Jim Meehan when The PDT Cocktail Book was released in 2012.
    And now, five years, a few cities, and several drinks later, he's ready to unleash Meehan's Bartender Manual. The hard cover book aims to explain the ins and outs of the modern bar industry while also touching on bar and cocktail history, bar design, spirits production, and much more. It also includes recipes for 100 cocktails, including some that are Meehan originals. The nearly 500-page book is filled with high-quality photos along with contributions from more than 50 colleagues from around the world of drinks and bartending.

  • The Photo Ark

    There's something about a great portrait that endears its subject to the viewer. That goes for animals, as well. The life work of photographer Joel Sartore, National Geographic's The Photo Ark: One Man's Quest to Document the World's Animals is an unrivaled collection of photos highlighting animals both big and small. With a focus on endangered species, Sartore has been traveling the globe photographing animals in captivity, with some of the best seen here, alongside background from wildlife author Douglas Chadwick and a foreword from Harrison Ford. Weighing in at exactly 400 pages, it's a coffee table tome that's simultaneously enjoyable and thought-provoking.

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