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NYT. 36 Hours. USA & Canada. 2nd Edition
Ai Weiwei (Collector's Edition)
Ando. Complete Works 1975–2014 (Jumbo)
Araki by Araki (TASCHEN 25 Edition)

NYT. 36 Hours. USA & Canada. 2nd Edition

Ai Weiwei

Ando. Complete Works 1975–2014

Araki by Araki

Flexicover, 6.6 x 9.4 in., 744 pages
$ 39.99
Hardcover wrapped in a silk scarf, 13.0 x 17.3 in., 724 pages
$ 1,500
Hardcover, 9.0 x 11.4 in., 720 pages
$ 49.99
Hardcover, 9.2 x 13.4 in., 568 pages
New edition, only $ 69.99
Original edition $ 1,750
This fully revised and updated second edition of the best-selling New York Times travel guide offers 150 weekend trip itineraries across North America, including 29 new destinations.

“A go-to guide for quick and inspired getaways”
—Martha Stewart's Whole Living, New York
Limited and numbered edition of 1,000 copies (No. 101-1,100). Each edition is signed by the artist and wrapped in a silk scarf reproduction of Ai Weiwei’s work Straight, a reference to the Sichuan earthquake of 2008. This comprehensive book was made in close collaboration with Ai Weiwei and features paper cut chapter openers designed by the artist, numerous previously unseen images from his archive, as well as statements on his work from exclusive interviews.
An updated 2014 edition featuring the complete works to date of Tadao Ando, including such new projects as the Hansol Museum in South Korea and Teatrino in Venice, Italy.
Now available as a TASCHEN standard edition with updated appendix, this spellbinding collection of Nobuyoshi Araki's work showcases his best-known subjects: sensual, colorful flowers, and women tied up in kinbaku, the Japanese art of bondage.

“This book reveals everything about me. Photography is love and death—that’ll be my epitaph.”
—Nobuyoshi Araki
Codices illustres. The world’s most famous illuminated manuscripts (TASCHEN 25 Edition)
The First World War in Colour
The Age of Innocence. Football in the 1970s
Hollywood in the 30s

Codices illustres. The world’s most famous illuminated manuscripts

The First World War in Colour

The Age of Innocence. Football in the 1970s

Hollywood in the 30s

Hardcover, 8.5 x 10.8 in., 504 pages
$ 39.99
Hardcover, 8.3 x 11.2 in., 384 pages
$ 59.99
Hardcover, 10.2 x 13.4 in., 300 pages
$ 59.99
Hardcover, 8.5 x 13.4 in., 160 pages
$ 49.99
167 of the most beautiful and important manuscripts from the 4th century to 1600. Presented with informative synopses and in a fresh format.

“This jewel of a book, with its wonderful lavish illustrations, introduces the reader to the private, privileged world of medieval miniature painting and illumination.”
The Good Book Guide, London
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, this revelatory collection brings together for the first time the only colour photographs of the First World War. Assembled from archives in Europe, the United States and Australia, these autochrome images were taken across all frontiers of the conflict by a small, pioneering group of photographers such as Paul Castelnau and Charles C. Zoller. 
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.
lllustrator Robert Nippoldt and film critic Daniel Kothenschulte team up to pay homage to the golden era of Tinseltown, when silent films became talking pictures, stars got even more glamorous, directors more megalomaniac, and politicians and the mob hankered after just one piece of the dazzling action.
Friedensreich Hundertwasser 1928–2000 (TASCHEN 25 Edition)
Illustration Now! 5 (Midi-Format)
Annie Leibovitz, Art Edition (Collector's Edition)
75 Years of Marvel: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen (XL-Format)

Friedensreich Hundertwasser 1928–2000

Illustration Now! 5

Annie Leibovitz, Art Edition

75 Years of Marvel: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen

Hardcover, 8.0 x 9.6 in., 400 pages
$ 39.99
Flexicover with flaps, 7.7 x 9.8 in., 448 pages
$ 39.99
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
Hardcover, 11.4 x 15.6 in., 720 pages
$ 200
The first volume of our original limited edition Friedensreich Hundertwasser 1928–2000, now available as a standard TASCHEN edition. With a text by Hundertwasser’s personal friend Wieland Schmied and a rich survey of the paintings, architectural works, projects, and manifestos which made Hundertwasser one of the most fascinating and symbolic 20th-century figures.
Today's most exciting 150 illustrators from over 30 countries, featuring both personal work and high-profile client projects. With an introduction from Steven Heller.
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.
A Hulk-sized tome spanning eight decades of the heroic rise of Marvel as it magically mutated from 1939’s four-color upstart to a 1960s pop-culture dynamo to current Hollywood heavy hitter. With essays by comics historian Roy Thomas and a huge fold-out timeline that chronicles the entire Marvel history
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