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OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH IS BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU BY SALLY ROONEY
OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH IS BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU BY SALLY ROONEY

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  • Jon Dowling

    From South Korea

    $26.00

    A celebration of creativity from South Korea, compiled and published by Counter-Print. Featuring 19 design companies & their work including: Studio Fnt, Bohuy Kim, Hong Eunjoo and Kim Hyungjae, Son Ayong, Na Kim, Pa-i-ka, Corners Studio, Ordinary People, Shin Dokho, Sulki and Min, Bowyer, Jin & Park, Triangle, CFC, Everyday Practice, Hezin O, DDBBMM, Jaehoon Choi and 6699press. Paperback: 168 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 230 mmISBN: 9781838186524 Published by Counter-Print

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  • Counter-Print

    From Japan

    $19.00

    From Japan is a collection of work from some of the most talented agencies in Japan, such as Nendo, MR Design, Grand Deluxe, Daikoku Design Institute, The Simple Society and many more. Paperback: 168 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 223 mmISBN: 9780957081659 Published by Counter-Print

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  • Counter-Print

    From Switzerland

    $19.00

    From Switzerland is a collection of work from some of the most talented agencies in Switzerland, such as Raffinerie, Supero, Offshore Studio, Badesaison, Studio Fiexen and many more.Paperback: 168 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 223 mmISBN: 9781916126145Published by Counter-Print

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  • Counter-Print

    From Latin America

    $19.00

    From Latin America is a collection of work from some of the most talented designers, agencies and illustrators in this region - such as Anagrama, IS Creative, Estudio YeYe, Empatia, Firmalt, Martin Azambuja, Futura, Giovani Flores, Sociedad Anonima, Asis, Parametro, BR/Bauen, Savvy, Studio Rejane Dal Bello, La Tortilleria, ps.2 and The Branding People.Paperback: 168 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 223 mmISBN: 9780993581298Published by Counter-Print

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: Rimowa

    $32.90

    Rimowa is a travel luggage brand that was started in 1898 by founder Paul Morszeck. The brand has led innovation in the industry, and was the first luggage brand to use aluminum and polycarbonate. The brand’s insistence on handcrafting and artisanship have allowed the brand’s products to maintain their outstanding quality for more than a century. Magazine: 124 PagesProduct Dimensions: 170 x 240 mmISBN: 9788998415648 Published by Magazine B

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: TikTok

    $32.90

    TikTok is a global short-form mobile video platform launched by tech company ByteDance in 2017. Capitalizing on its algorithm that generates recommendations based on user interest rather than friend network, TikTok has rapidly risen as a smashhit entertainment platform. TikTok caters specifically to vertical videos less than one minute in length, and users can easily watch, make, or even recreate content with smart tools like Stitch and Duet. Above all, TikTok is credited for democratizing cr...

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: Penguin

    $32.90

    Since its start in 1935, Penguin has been spearheading in suggesting ideas of what a modern day publisher should pursue by offering paperbacks with affordability and portability, formulating ideas to meet the needs of the times and establishing brand identity through book design ideas. Even when sold for affordable price, penguin ensured quality of contents between the covers by finding the best-qualified authors. All of these were made possible by the founder, Allen Lane’s simple belief that...

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  • Magazine B

    Magazine B: Star Wars

    $32.90

    The first Star Wars film was released in 1977. Over the past four decades, this chronicle of galactic war and adventure has established itself as an American pop culture icon, generating tremendous revenue and attracting an enormous fandom across the globe. During that time, Star Wars has grown into a universe all its own, spawning TV series, video games, toys, and theme parks. The audio and visual technologies used in the films have also provided a foundation for Industrial Light & Magic...

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  • Magazine F

    Magazine F: Rice

    $27.80

    Rice, a key ingredient in Asian food culture, has been directly linked to survival itself as a daily staple food. Along with corn and wheat, it is considered one of the world’s top food crops, and acts as an essential source of carbohydrates, a vital nutrient for the human body. More than half of the world’s population has relied on rice as a main food supply. In addition, rice farming, the basis for rice production, has helped to form societies with community-centered consciousness in Asian ...

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  • Magazine F

    Magazine F: Chicken

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    Chicken has been a popular food ingredient, as it is both affordable and highly nutritious, and is relatively easy to produce from reproduction and management. Every year, approximately 90 million tons of chicken, or about 40 billion in number,
is consumed around the world. This number exceeds the consumption of other
main food livestock like cattle, pigs, and sheep. Free from religious taboos of
certain geographical or cultural contexts, it also stands as a food item of peace that encompasse...

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    Magazine F: Curry

    $27.80

    Curry is a combination of herbs, turmeric, pepper, and other spices that is enjoyed at a stew-like consistency with carbohydrates like rice and bread. Originating from India in the mid-18th century, curry quickly popularized and spread around the globe by South Asian immigrants who settled in London. Japan also played a critical role in boosting the food as a convenient home-cooked meal when the country invented curry powder. Curry has made an indelible imprint on street food, which is leadin...

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    Magazine F: Cheese

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    Cheese is an ingredient made by coagulating and fermenting milk from livestock like cows and goats. It is a delicacy that can be enjoyed on its own, and it shines as a food ingredient in popular foods like pizza as well as fine dining dishes. Depending on the condition of land, type of livestock, and method of ripening, it can be classified into a thousand varieties, including mozzarella, gorgonzola, manchego, and parmigiano reggiano. The unique flavors of each cheese types can be compared to...

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  • AA.VV.

    The Passenger: Japan

    $40.00

    In this volume: Ghosts of the Tsumani by Richard Lloyd Parry・Living in Shimokitazawa by Yoshimoto Banana・Why Japan Is Populist-Free? by Ian Buruma・plus: a Shinto sect in the shadow of power, feeling debts by disappearing into thin air, the decline of sexual desire, the obsession with American blues, the strongest sumo wrestler of all time (who isn’s Japanese), the revenge of the Ainu and much more... Visitors from the West look with amazement, and sometimes concern, at Japan’s social structur...

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  • AA.VV.

    The Passenger: Greece

    $40.00

    In this volume: Once Upon A Time: The Greek Taverna by Petros Markaris・Land of Migration by Matteo Nucci・The Lost Generation by Christos Ikonomou・plus: Yorgos Lanthimos and the "Weird Wave" of Greek cinema, the island where people forget to die, the NBA's most valuable player, the mayor who balanced the books but enraged the nationalists, abandoned buildings, oligarchs on the rise, the rebellious rhythm of rebetiko and much more... Few countries have received more media attention in recent ye...

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  • AA.VV.

    The Passenger: India

    $40.00

    From its very first contact with the West, India has been subject to great mystification. India's long history, the survival of ancient rituals, and its variety of languages and cultures, continues to fascinate. This narrative is intertwined with a newer one that sees the frenetic change of a society at the forefront of innovation. Success stories coexist alongside stories of daily struggle. A large slice of the population still does not have access to drinking water, and agriculture (still t...

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  • AA.VV.

    The Passenger: Turkey

    $40.00

    In this volume: Shipwrecks Under Istanbul by Elif Batuman - Nations Within Nations by Asli Erdoga - How Turkish TV Is Taking Over the World by Fatima Bhutto - Also: the failed coup that was thirty years in the making; the rise of femicide in New Turkey; the flooding of a 12000 year-old town; the political satirist resisting censorship; the communist mayor, business à la Turque, and much more… The birth of the “New Turkey”, as the country’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called his own cre...

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