Annie Leibovitz (Collector's Edition)

Annie Leibovitz

Hardcover with fold-outs, supplement book, and book stand, 19.7 x 27.2 in., 476 pages
$ 2,500
A limited edition of 9,000 signed and numbered copies, the Annie Leibovitz SUMO presents some of the most famed actors, musicians, artists, writers, athletes, and businesspeople of our time. Available in four different cover photos, this at once intimate and iconic portrait collection is presented with a Marc Newson designed book stand and a supplementary essay compendium.
Annie Leibovitz, Art Edition (Collector's Edition)
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Annie Leibovitz, Art Edition

Archival pigment print (51 x 51 cm / 20 x 20 in.), tripod book stand, set of four dust jackets, leather-bound hardcover volume with fold-outs
$ 5,000
Limited edition of 1,000 copies (No. 1–1,000) with archival pigment print Keith Haring (contact sheet), New York City, 1986, signed by Annie Leibovitz and produced by fine art printer David Adamson in Washington. This leather-bound Art Edition is also presented with the full set of all four dust jackets and a custom-made tripod stand designed by Marc Newson.
The Age of Innocence. Football in the 1970s
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The Age of Innocence. Football in the 1970s

Hardcover, 10.2 x 13.4 in., 300 pages
$ 59.99
A dazzling celebration of the world's most popular sport in its most glorious decade. With breathtaking photographs and texts from award-winning football writers, this is a passionate tribute to the game at its most beautiful. Return to the golden age when football first went global, an era of legendary matches, iconic sideburns, and such original soccer superstars as Beckenbauer, Best, Cruyff, and Pelé.
National Geographic. Around the World in 125 Years (XL-Format)

National Geographic. Around the World in 125 Years

Hardcover, 3 vols. in slipcase, 11.0 x 15.4 in., 1404 pages
$ 499
Exploring the globe since 1888: a journey through time with the world’s favorite magazine. Each slipcase turns into a bookstand. Limited edition of 125,000 copies worldwide
The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey' (Collector's Edition)
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The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey'

Hardcover, 4 volumes, monolith shaped metallic box, 7.8 x 17.3 in., 1386 pages
$ 1,000
Fifty years after its first conception, this four-volume book explores the making of the sci-fi movie masterpiece, 2oo1: A Space Odyssey. A limited edition of 1,000 copies (No. 501-1,500), each signed by Christiane Kubrick, this truly exhaustive book includes hundreds of unique documents, concept artworks, and superb behind-the-scenes photographs from the Kubrick Archives.
Arts & Architecture 1945-49 (TASCHEN 25 Edition)
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Arts & Architecture 1945-49

Hardcover, 9.8 x 12.6 in., 632 pages
New edition, only $ 69.99
Original edition $ 700
Ambitious and engaged, Arts & Architecture magazine celebrated change and innovation across politics, society and especially culture. This selection from the magazine's first five years features the complete covers and has a special focus on the groundbreaking Case Study House Program, one of the most unique and influential events in the history of American architecture.
The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey'. Art B (Collector's Edition)
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The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey'. Art B

Pigment print (58 x 58 cm / 22,8 x 22,8 in.) in passepartout, 4 hardcover volumes, monolith shaped metallic box
$ 1,500
Limited edition of 250 copies (No. 251-500), all signed by Christiane Kubrick and each coming with a pigment print (on Hahnemuehle PhotoRag paper) Revolving camera and control panel (1965), signed by Brian Sanders and delivered in a ready to frame passepartout
All-American Ads of the 40s (TASCHEN 25 Edition)
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All-American Ads of the 40s

Hardcover, 8.3 x 10.8 in., 704 pages
$ 39.99
Tracing 1940s America through advertising, this new hardcover collection edited by Jim Heimann follows the ads of the United States through the propaganda of war to the mass consumerism of peace.

“The ads themselves, besides being graphically stunning, are as eloquent about mid-century Americans as any eyewitness report.”
The Wall Street Journal, New York
The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey'. Art A (Collector's Edition)
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The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s '2oo1: A Space Odyssey'. Art A

Pigment print (58 x 58 cm / 22,8 x 22,8 in.) in passepartout, 4 hardcover volumes, monolith shaped metallic box
$ 1,500
Limited edition of 250 copies (No. 1-250), all signed by Christiane Kubrick and each coming with a pigment print (on Hahnemuehle PhotoRag paper) Exploration team moving down moon pit ramp (1965), signed by Brian Sanders and delivered in a ready to frame passepartout
Michelangelo. Complete Works (TASCHEN 25 Edition)
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Michelangelo. Complete Works

Hardcover in slipcase, 9.6 x 14.6 in., 736 pages
New edition, only $ 69.99
Original edition $ 200
Commemorating the 450th anniversary of Michelangelo’s death, this scientifically updated edition offers a complete analytical inventory of his painting, sculpture, building and drawing as well as a rich biographical essay discussing the previously under-explored personal traits. The edition’s slipcase converts into a book stand, so you can delight in the book on display.
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Robert Nippoldt – The Book Artist

Robert Nippoldt – The Book Artist

The Making of Robert Nippoldt and Daniel Kothenschulte’s award winning book Hollywood in the 30s, published by TASCHEN. Based on a true story, filmed at Nippoldt’s studio in Münster/Germany, 2014.
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My Favorite TASCHEN Book Is...
Arnold Schwarzenegger

“I’ve called Los Angeles home for more than four decades, and still I manage to discover more of it every time I open this TASCHEN book. It captures everything I love about my home – Muscle Beach, palm trees, the Hollywood hills – and even manages to show off some of the things I hate – the fantastic map of the old, extensive public transit system that was dismantled and discarded reminds me of just how shortsighted my starstruck home can be. Benedikt Taschen did the impossible. He took a city obsessed with the hottest, newest things and managed to create a lasting and beautiful memory.”
Illustration by Robert Nippoldt