Draplin Design Co.: Pretty Much Everything

Prolific. Immensely talented. Beyond intense. All of these things describe our friend Aaron Draplin, and are readily apparent in Draplin Design Co.: Pretty Much Everything. Described as a "mid-career survey" of his work, inspiration, and more, this nearly 300-page book includes full-color examples of his designs in fields ranging from brand logos to Field Notes, amusing commentary and advice from the man himself, and observations on contemporary design. A must for anyone who's interested in design, typography, or obsessive collections of matchbooks.

  • Where To Eat Pizza

    Featuring over 1,700 pizza stops from around the globe, Where To Eat Pizza might be the definitive guide for enthusiasts. Compiled by food critic Daniel Young, it's packed with tidbits of knowledge from chefs, critics, and industry experts. From the best sauces to which crusts contribute to the perfect slice, it's loaded with the information every pizza fanatic craves.

  • Ask Me Anything

    Reddit's Ask Me Anything is a unique forum where regular dudes like us can ask celebs and other interesting people direct questions. The only problem is that those interviews are often lost in the ether of the web, until now. Ask Me Anything: Volume 1 compiles some of the best interviews, from Bill Gates to grillmasters at Waffle House. It also includes original portraits of many of the interview subjects, but is limited to only 10,000 copies.

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