Like promised, here’s the follow up to last weeks Paper Lovers Holiday Gift Guide with 14 amazing books and magazines to are sure to bring joy and delight in these digital times. The list includes our favourite cook books, art books and magazines and well as something for the children. There is no better pass time over the holidays than poring over a new book, learning and laughing. As Neil Gaiman once said, “A book is a dream you hold in your hand”. Simply click on the image to get shopping!
Terroir—the first cook book from Harald Irka, the worlds youngest and very talented 3-cap chef from the Saziani Stub‘n in the south of Styria, Austria, designed by Bruch Idee & Form
Combining the joy of learning regional specialty recipes with beautiful photographs and poetic texts – Anleitung zur Stadtflucht gives you the inspiration as well as the instructions on how to escape the city.
Lost: the story of refugees is a book that reflects on the future, past and present, by documenting the journey of refugees from Greece to Germany. At present there are around 60 million people worldwide expelled due to war, political persecution or oppression.
In Book Typo:Grafik:Um,renowned personalities of Slovak graphic design: Vladislav Rostock and Dušan Junek, give testimonies of not only of their generation but go through exceptional artistic profiles of 26 Slovak, Czech and foreign masters of graphic design. Which together create a remarkable and representative range of visual communication from the last one hundred years.
Branko Jelinek, after ten years, returns with a new illustrated story of Oskar Ed. This is not a sequel trilogy, based in 2003-2006 published by Mot, but an original story.
Velebnost, melancholie, hrůza by Karel Klostermann (illustrated by Jindřich Janíček) is a classic work of Czech literature, republished in contemporary style.
A brand new magazine concept: eins und null - the wikipedia magazine by Malwin Béla Hürkey literally transforms wikipedia articles into a popular science art magazine.
Discover the best and most beautiful from the Czech Republic and Central Europe: SOFFA magazine - exquisite design, inspirational stories, unknown interiors and amazing, hidden locations well worth visiting.