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.
FRANCHISE magazine is a new quarterly publication bringing you the best of basketball culture through cutting, poetic, and vibrant photography and illustrations. The Style. The Sport. The Lifestyle. From L.A to Ghana, music to design collectives, FRANCHISE magazine interviews both ballers and designers who contribute to baller culture keeping it fresh and exciting. This magazine is held together by an undying love and passion for basketball. Printed with the quality of an art book on over 100 pages of premium stock with multiple paper types, and measuring up at 9.5×13″ – it’s a new publication that you’ll want to collect for years to come as it journals the culture surrounding the game.
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.
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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