Every kitchen has one, every cook needs one. Knife: The Cult, Craft and Culture of the Cook’s Knife is an essential, informative, and great looking book all about the history, form, and creation of knives. If this humble culinary tool fascinates you as much as it should, you’ll love everything about this book from it’s alluring illustrations to it’s lustful photography.
Interviewing knife-makers, chefs, and collectors, Tim Hayward explores how the relationship between the chef and blade has evolved the knife as well as the ways we prepare food. Knife is essentially a reference book with descriptions and photographs of over 40 types of knife, including Damascus blades, Chinese cleavers, and sushi knives. If this all sounds great but you don’t even know how to properly hold a knife, read this book and you’ll be an expert on knife-wielding grips and techniques.
The Godfather Notebook is a never-before-published edition of Francis Ford Coppola’s notes and annotations based off the Mario Puzo novel that became one of the most iconic films in cinematic history. The 700-page publication is a recreation of the notebook Coppola compiled and wrote before filming of The Godfather began. It comes complete with an introduction by Francis Ford Coppola and exclusive photographs from on and off the set. A must-have for all film fanatics, this faithful reproduction of Coppola’s original notebook lets you see inside The Godfather like never before.
Designed by Apple in California is a beautiful, minimalist book dedicated to the late Steve Jobs. Available in little and large, and showcasing a comprehensive 450 photographs of past and current Apple products, Designed by Apple in California covers everything from the 1998 iMacs to the 2015 Apple Pencil, documenting the materials and techniques used by Apple’s design team over two decades of innovation.
In his youth, Paul Smith had dreams of becoming a professional cyclist, but after a crash forced him to put those dreams on hold he became a world-famous Fashion Designer instead. His love of the sport never subsided and kept a close eye on road racing since the 1970s. It’s this love that makes Paul Smith’s Cycling Scrapbook a beautiful book illustrating the sport in all its glory. Over 400 images and illustrations printed on 256 pages, you’ll be taken on a journey that not only connects Paul Smith’s love of cycling and design mixed with charming and personal stories, but also gives you an insight into how this passion have influences one of the world’s most successful designers.
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