PRETTY THINGS: books
Understand rap: explanations of confusing rap lyrics you and your grandma can understand - no further explanation needed, right?
Funny Food: 365 Healthy, Silly, Creative Breakfasts gives you exactly what it promises! Now all I need is to convince someone to prepare me one of those breakfasts every morning… ( source) Every story needs a book, and that’s exactly what
My Book by Dennis Guidone offers: a cover sheet, chapters, a table of contents and a blank body for you to fill. ( source)
Ryan McGinley, one of my absolute heroes, selected his favorite photographs from his first decade of work and collected them in the book You and I. My birthday’s in two months, just saying! ( source)
Urban knits by Simone Werle stuns you with images of the latest street art hype.
Belgium’s best buildings shows a selection of 75 buildings completed after 1900, ranging from the Royal greenhouses of Laeken to the MAS museum in Antwerp.
Bike Snob: systematically and mercilessly realigning the world of cycling should be a must-read for anyone who rides their bike on a daily basis. I’m curious!
Store front – the disappearing face of New York by James and Karla Murray captures New York City’s timeworn storefronts. ( source)
Carpe Diem journal is a wonderfully illustrated diary for both your mini and major goals. Jonathan Safran Foer collaborated with graphic designer
Sara De Bondt on his book ‘ Tree of codes‘. It’s a cropped version of the Polish story Street of Crocodiles by Bruno Schulz – and you can take ‘cropped’ quite literally: Foer literally cut out words of the story and left the blank spaces as empty holes in the page. If you click here, you can find videos of the making off and people’s reactions when they first open the book.
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