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Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid
Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid

From thinking to tinkering, by way of color, music and photography.

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We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion
We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion

Four years and 12 million feelings later, a book that lives up to its grand expectations.

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The Wall In My Head: Words & Art from the Fall of the Iron Curtain
The Wall In My Head: Words & Art from the Fall of the Iron Curtain

What fallen checkpoints have to do with a generation of artists.

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Nonsequential Narratives: Hypertextual Books
Nonsequential Narratives: Hypertextual Books

What your weapon of choice has to do with the evolution of storytelling.

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The Visual Miscellaneum
The Visual Miscellaneum

Infoporn meets brain candy, creationism vs. evolution, and how to make data relatable.

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Gift Guide Part One: Books
Gift Guide Part One: Books

How to be a cool and cultured polyglot of a friend and friend of the polyglot.

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Alphabet Books Rethought
Alphabet Books Rethought

Contortionists, negative space, and what Claymation has to do with the Kama Sutra.

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The Jazz Loft Project
The Jazz Loft Project

Wired lofts, 1,447 rolls of film, and what pimps and Salvador Dalí have in common.

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Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made
Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made

Forty years of anticipation and how to almost-get an autograph from a cinematic icon.

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Cassette From My Ex: The Book
Cassette From My Ex: The Book

Time travel, puppy love and the universal relatability of musical self-expression.

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