Many of you already know that the humble avocado is not a vegetable but is in fact a fruit. However, did you know that more specifically it’s actually a single-seeded berry? Fascinating.
The delectable green fruit tastes great, is packed with protein and vitamins, and is incredibly versatile. The Avocado Cookbook by Heather Thomas shows you how the humble avocado can transform various dishes into something really special with mouth-watering step-by-step recipes.
From Avocado and Baked Eggs to Linguine with Avocado Pesto, this hardback book covers you for small treats, main meals and even dessert. Yup, there’s even an Avocado Eton Mess.
Let the nostalgia flow as you gaze upon classic Atari box covers reprinted in Art of Atari. The hardback book showcases familiar titles including Yar’s Revenge, Centipede, Asteroids, Super Breakout, Warlords, and Missile Command, featuring accompanying screenshots, concept art and press materials from original release dates. On top of that the book looks back at the products, diagrams and patent drawings of Atari equipment. Art of Atari is the first official retrospective of the company’s illustrative accomplishments, spanning over four decades and cultivated from museums and private collections worldwide. Whether you’re a fan, a collector, or new to the world of Atari, this book offers the most complete collection of Atari artwork ever produced. And if you’re really into Atari art, you may want to look at the Art of Atari Deluxe HC Edition.
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.
Lagom is a magazine that explores “people making a living from their passion and maintaining a good balance between their life and work”. Loosely translated from Swedish, ‘Lagom’ means “not too little, not too much”. Founded in 2014 by husband and wife, Elliot and Samantha Stocks, Lagom is created from contributors all over the world showcasing creative people, places, and pastimes. This photo-rich magazine is only published twice a year. Divided into three sections, Lagom covers three very important areas of our life: Spaces & Places: looking at studios, social and work spaces. Craft & Create: delving into interesting hobbies and side-projects. Escape & Recharge: offering you food & drink recipes and articles about unwinding outside of work. If you value a work/life balance and want to see how others are doing it in a beautifully designed magazine with great typography – this is for you.
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