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  • Abraham Lincoln Prairie & War Years - Set of 6
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    Looking to learn more about Abraham Lincoln? These books, The Prairie Years 1–11 and The War Years I–IV by Carl Sandburg, are truly a historical eye-opener. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1926–1930. Various editions. These vintage books show some shelf wear to covers and edges.
  • Mini Churchill Library - Set of 10
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    Own a mini Churchill library with this set of 10 books, by various authors and publishers: 1952-1971. Ten vintage volumes feature the life and history of Winston S. Churchill. Includes: A Man Of Destiny: Winston S. Churchill, The Churchill Years, Winston S. Churchill: Young Statesman & Youth, Winston Churchill and the Story of Two Wars and others. They are decorative volumes with insightful and comprehensive text and illustrations to select volumes are perfect for reading and history accent decor. They have moderate overall wear to the covers and pages.
  • Distressed Green Antique Library - Set of 19
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    Why spend years compiling the perfect antique library, when you could purchase this set of 19 distressed green books in one swoop!? New York: President Publishing Co., circa 1900 (no date stated). Nineteen antique volumes feature the works of famous American author, James Fenimore Cooper, known for his stories of frontier life in Colonial America. They have lightly distressed green bindings, with attractive embossed covers, and are perfect for reading and antique book accent decor.
  • Jac Jagaciak + Ginta Lapina in Neiman Marcus' May Issue of "The Book"
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    Charm School—Embracing the spring season to the fullest, Neiman Marcus’ monthly “The Book” catalogue takes a look at the best of the sweetest designs of the season. Spring dresses, sparkling gems and colorful prints all get highlighted in these images starring Jac Jagaciak and Ginta Lapina (who also starred in the retailer’s Art of Fashion campaign). The duo poses for Walter Chin and Jeff Stephens in...
  • These Are Some of the Coolest Libraries in the World
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    Libraries are at once solitary and social, often serving as cornerstones of communities. Throughout history, their design has developed alongside the democratization of knowledge. A new book, Reflections: Libraries, which was published by Roads in November, traces this evolution through buildings that, whether modern and inviting or ancient and exclusive, are...
  • Jesus the King Understanding the Life and Death of the Son of God
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    Jesus the King: Understanding the Life and Death of the Son of God [Timothy Keller] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Previously published in hardcover as King's Cross The most influential man to ever walk the earth has had his story told in hundreds of different ways for thousands of years. Can any more be said? Now Timothy Keller
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    See all of the ladies outside of the runway shows at Australia Fashion Week Spring 2014, wearing labels like Zimmermann, Saint Laurent, Celine, Prada and more. As shot by Diego Zuko.
  • Taschen Interiors Now! 3
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    Interiors Now! 3 by Margit J. Mayer & Ian Phillips explores breath taking interiors & décor throughout the world. The third volume of the Interiors Now! series on contemporary interior design features the world’s most amazing & interesting apartments and houses. Whatever your design tastes you will find hundreds of fresh and inspiring ideas from the interiors of the new elite in interior design. Along with full colour pictures, this book also includes detailed information on each interior and the contact details of all of the architects, decorators, furniture artists, craftspeople, and top class suppliers featured in the book. A fabulous gift idea for any design enthusiast, a wide range of beautifully produced art & design books are available from renowned publishing house Taschen.The Taschen brand has grown into one of the most successful, not to mention unique publishing houses in the world. They continue with their mission to enrich the world of books by offering a vibrant selection of affordable titles blended with extravagant limited editions, to suit every taste and budget.Key features: * Taschen – enriching the art & literary worlds * Dimensions: L28xW21.5cm / L11xW8.5” * Length: 356 pages * By Margit J.Mayer & Ian Phillips * 34 sophisticated residences around the world * A round up of the new elite in interior design * Contains text, full colour photographs & contacts * More interiors books available * Fabulous gift idea for any design enthusiast * Wide range of art & design books available from Taschen
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  • Taschen JU New York Interiors
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    Taschen’s New York edited by Angelika Taschen allows you to dive into a world of beautiful contemporary design. Full of dizzying diversity, this book explores a host of inspiring interiors from the likes of Rufus Wainwright and Julianne Moore, to name but a few. With sumptuous photographs and wonderfully written information on each interior, this book is a fabulous gift idea for any occasion, along with a wide range of travel & design books from renowned publishers, Taschen.The Taschen brand has grown into one of the most successful, not to mention unique publishing houses in the world. They continue with their mission to enrich the world of books by offering a vibrant selection of affordable titles blended with extravagant limited editions, to suit every taste and budget.Key features: * Taschen – enriching the art & literary worlds * Dimensions: L32xW24cm / L12.5xW9.5” * Length: 300 pages * Edited by Angelika Taschen * New York’s finest contemporary interiors * Hardcover * Contains beautiful photographs and text * More interiors books available * Fabulous gift idea for design enthusiasts * Wide range of travel & design books available from Taschen
  • Taschen JU Great Escapes Italy
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    Great Escapes Italy edited by Angelika Taschen allows you to delve in to the wonderful landscapes and hidden gems of this unique country. From Lake Como and Florence, to Rome & Venice, this book documents some of Italy’s most famous hotels and areas, where novels have been written and films made, but also includes the county’s secret escapes for you to disappear on an unchartered adventure. With sumptuous photographs and wonderfully written information on each destination, this book is a fabulous gift idea for any occasion, along with a wide range of travel & design books from renowned publishers, Taschen.The Taschen brand has grown into one of the most successful, not to mention unique publishing houses in the world. They continue with their mission to enrich the world of books by offering a vibrant selection of affordable titles blended with extravagant limited editions, to suit every taste and budget.Key features: * Taschen – enriching the art & literary worlds * Dimensions: L30xW25cm / L12xW10” * Length: 300 pages * Edited by Angelika Taschen * Beautiful hotels and hidden gems in picturesque Italy * Hardcover * Contains beautiful photographs and text * More travel books available * Fabulous gift idea for avid travellers * Wide range of travel & design books available from Taschen
  • Taschen JU 100 Interiors Around The World. 2 Vols
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    100 Interiors Around the World from Taschen is an exploration of exceptional and inspirational interiors from six continents. Representing interiors from a global spectrum of contemporary style which are united by authenticity, attention to detail & a passion for individual expressionism. With sumptuously photographed rooms and thought provoking writing, this book is a fabulous gift idea for any design enthusiast, with a wide range of beautifully produced art & design books also available from renowned publishing house Taschen.The Taschen brand has grown into one of the most successful, not to mention unique publishing houses in the world. They continue with their mission to enrich the world of books by offering a vibrant selection of affordable titles blended with extravagant limited editions, to suit every taste and budget.Key features: * Taschen – enriching the art & literary worlds * Two volumes in a slipcase * Dimensions: L30xW24cm / L12.5xW9.5” * Length: 720 pages * Today’s most inspirational interiors on six continents * Hardcover * Contains beautiful photographs and text * More interiors books available * Fabulous gift idea for any design enthusiast * Wide range of art & design books available from Taschen
  • Moomin Deluxe Anniversary Edition
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    Tove Jansson's Moomin stories made her one of the most beloved Scandinavian authors of the twentieth century. Jansson's whimsical tales of Moominvalley resonate with children for their light-hearted spirit, and with adults for their incisive commentary on the banality of everyday life. 2014 marks the centenary of her birth, and Jansson is being honoured with events in England, Scandinavia, Germany, Russia, Japan, Australia, Italy, Spain, and France. Drawn and Quarterly is joining the festivities by releasing Moomin: The deluxe anniversary edition, a slipcase, hardcover collection of the complete Tove Jansson penned Moomin comic strip, replete with all of her most popular story--lines and original pencil sketches. It has been more than sixty years since the Moomin comic strip debuted in the London Evening News. By the end of its run in 1975, Moomin was syndicated in more than forty newspapers around the world, and hailed for its light-handed, charming stories. The comics were revived in 2005 by Drawn and Quarterly and published to widespread acclaim, sparking a new generation of devoted Moomin fans with international editions around the world. Moomin: The deluxe anniversary edition celebrates the classic comics the world adores, and will feature an essay about Tove's work on the Moomin strip.
  • Affiches et Gravures Art Deco by Jean Delhaye Art Deco Book Modernism
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    Modernism.com is an online marketplace for 20th Century Art and Design including American Art Deco furniture, mid-century modern furniture, Art Deco lighting, French Art Deco furniture, lighting and objects, all things pertaining to 20th Century Decorative Arts.
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    Droog Simply Droog Book at Olighting.com. Price Match & Free Shipping.
  • Art Deco Style The Ultimate Guide to Art Deco
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    Art Deco style was one of the most influential design movements of the 20th Century. Explore Art Deco history, architecture, interior design, graphic design, jewelry, fashion, artists and more.
  • Apartment 8 Only Books Bookshelf
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    Apartment 8 Only Books Bookshelf - It’s far from square. The ONLY BOOKS bookshelf needs to be looked at differently. It makes books into eye-catchers in a very special way.
  • Per Kirkeby at Tate Modern Michael Werner Gallery
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    Michael Werner Gallery is pleased to announce a full-scale Per Kirkeby retrospective at Tate Modern, London. This is the first museum presentation of Kirkeby's work in the UK in over 10 years. Exploring the artist's works from the 1960s to the present day, this sweeping survey exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, 'blackboards', drawings and watercolors, books, and the artist's early, rarely seen 'pop'-inspired paintings. The exhibition is accompanied by a full-color catalogue with text by Richard Shiff. Per Kirkeby travels to Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, 26 September 2009 to 10 January 2010.
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    Putting ‘Scandinavian’ in the title of a book about design seems to be a favorite way for publishers to increase sales. Sadly, it’s not always a guarantee of quality so here’s a selection of some of our favorite books on Scandinavian architecture and design. Scandinavian Design by Charlotte J. Fiell and Peter Fiell (Paperback - Oct 31, 2002/ Hardcover - May 30, 2005) This all-you-need guide includes a detailed look at Scandinavian furniture, glass, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, metalware and industrial design from 1900 to the present day. With in-depth entries on over 200 designers and design-led companies, plus essays on the similarities and differences in approach between Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark. It also includes is a list of important design-related places to visit for readers planning to travel to Scandinavia.... (more) Design Directory: Scandinavia by Bernd Polster (Paperback - Sep 18, 1999) With affordable modernism for the home - from Alvar Aalto to Ikea – Scandinavian design has perhaps taught the world the significance of good design. Design Directory: Scandinavia is the definitive guide to and a celebration of the designers of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden who have created icons ranging from Volvo to Lego and more. Scandimodern by Fay Sweet (Paperback - Oct 1, 2003) Bringing together a collection of contemporary homes that showcase the Scandinavian look - both modern and timeless at the same time. History sections at the start of each chapter discuss the work of designers such as Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Nanna Ditzel, and Verner Panton, while the modern interiors that follow include those by Entasis, Mette Lange, and Claesson Koivisto Rune. A comprehensive directory lists the key manufacturers, retailers, architects, and designers of Scandinavian style Scandinavian Living by Magnus Englund, Chrystina Schmidt, and Andrew Wood (Hardcover - April 2003) This sourcebook covers the design and interior traditions of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. In addition to focusing on architecture, furniture, and 20th century movements from Functionalism to Danish Modernism, it covers modern living and the decorative traditions that have influenced Scandinavian style: Gustavian, Neoclassical, Chinoiserie, as well as inspirations from the Middle East and Asia Minor. A special chapter explores how modern designers such as Gunilla Allard, Thomas Sandell, and Pia Wall have used new materials, as well as updated traditional ones, to create innovative furniture and products for the home. New Scandinavian Design by Christopher Mount, Katherine Nelson, and Raul Cabra (Hardcover - Oct 1, 2004) An ambitious survey of the creativity and innovation of one of the Scandinavian design culture. Not to be outshone by the classic furniture that made "Scandinavian design" a catchphrase of the 1950s, today's generation of designers is updating modernism in fresh and unexpected ways. Profiles of each Nordic country and illuminating interviews explore the trends and top products. Well over 400 full-color photographs of contemporary furniture, housewares, textiles, and consumer electronics make this an authoritative overview. New Scandinavian Design by Anja Llorella Oriol (Hardcover - Dec 30, 2005) Clean lines, functionality and sophisticated form have characterized Scandinavian design for decades. Well known for its innovation, sometimes with a touch of whimsy where you’d least expect it. Designs are often closely related to nature. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are all known for their practical yet aesthetic creations. Nevertheless, despite sharing common cultural roots, each of these Scandinavian countries has their own unique identity. Over 400 pages of full-color photographs illustrating the latest in Scandinavian architecture and product design. Danish Chairs by Noritsugu Oda (Paperback - Feb 1, 1999) A popular book by Noritsugu Oda, shows how the simplest things can bare the soul of a whole culture. The book's preface explains how Danish designers have worked to simplify life by building comfo
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    Putting ‘Scandinavian’ in the title of a book about design seems to be a favorite way for publishers to increase sales. Sadly, it’s not always a guarantee of quality so here’s a selection of some of our favorite books on Scandinavian architecture and design. Scandinavian Design by Charlotte J. Fiell and Peter Fiell (Paperback - Oct 31, 2002/ Hardcover - May 30, 2005) This all-you-need guide includes a detailed look at Scandinavian furniture, glass, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, metalware and industrial design from 1900 to the present day. With in-depth entries on over 200 designers and design-led companies, plus essays on the similarities and differences in approach between Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark. It also includes is a list of important design-related places to visit for readers planning to travel to Scandinavia.... (more) Design Directory: Scandinavia by Bernd Polster (Paperback - Sep 18, 1999) With affordable modernism for the home - from Alvar Aalto to Ikea – Scandinavian design has perhaps taught the world the significance of good design. Design Directory: Scandinavia is the definitive guide to and a celebration of the designers of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden who have created icons ranging from Volvo to Lego and more. Scandimodern by Fay Sweet (Paperback - Oct 1, 2003) Bringing together a collection of contemporary homes that showcase the Scandinavian look - both modern and timeless at the same time. History sections at the start of each chapter discuss the work of designers such as Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Nanna Ditzel, and Verner Panton, while the modern interiors that follow include those by Entasis, Mette Lange, and Claesson Koivisto Rune. A comprehensive directory lists the key manufacturers, retailers, architects, and designers of Scandinavian style Scandinavian Living by Magnus Englund, Chrystina Schmidt, and Andrew Wood (Hardcover - April 2003) This sourcebook covers the design and interior traditions of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. In addition to focusing on architecture, furniture, and 20th century movements from Functionalism to Danish Modernism, it covers modern living and the decorative traditions that have influenced Scandinavian style: Gustavian, Neoclassical, Chinoiserie, as well as inspirations from the Middle East and Asia Minor. A special chapter explores how modern designers such as Gunilla Allard, Thomas Sandell, and Pia Wall have used new materials, as well as updated traditional ones, to create innovative furniture and products for the home. New Scandinavian Design by Christopher Mount, Katherine Nelson, and Raul Cabra (Hardcover - Oct 1, 2004) An ambitious survey of the creativity and innovation of one of the Scandinavian design culture. Not to be outshone by the classic furniture that made "Scandinavian design" a catchphrase of the 1950s, today's generation of designers is updating modernism in fresh and unexpected ways. Profiles of each Nordic country and illuminating interviews explore the trends and top products. Well over 400 full-color photographs of contemporary furniture, housewares, textiles, and consumer electronics make this an authoritative overview. New Scandinavian Design by Anja Llorella Oriol (Hardcover - Dec 30, 2005) Clean lines, functionality and sophisticated form have characterized Scandinavian design for decades. Well known for its innovation, sometimes with a touch of whimsy where you’d least expect it. Designs are often closely related to nature. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are all known for their practical yet aesthetic creations. Nevertheless, despite sharing common cultural roots, each of these Scandinavian countries has their own unique identity. Over 400 pages of full-color photographs illustrating the latest in Scandinavian architecture and product design. Danish Chairs by Noritsugu Oda (Paperback - Feb 1, 1999) A popular book by Noritsugu Oda, shows how the simplest things can bare the soul of a whole culture. The book's preface explains how Danish designers have worked to simplify life by building comfo
  • Scandinavian Design Book Guide lifeiscarbon
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    Putting ‘Scandinavian’ in the title of a book about design seems to be a favorite way for publishers to increase sales. Sadly, it’s not always a guarantee of quality so here’s a selection of some of our favorite books on Scandinavian architecture and design. Scandinavian Design by Charlotte J. Fiell and Peter Fiell (Paperback - Oct 31, 2002/ Hardcover - May 30, 2005) This all-you-need guide includes a detailed look at Scandinavian furniture, glass, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, metalware and industrial design from 1900 to the present day. With in-depth entries on over 200 designers and design-led companies, plus essays on the similarities and differences in approach between Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark. It also includes is a list of important design-related places to visit for readers planning to travel to Scandinavia.... (more) Design Directory: Scandinavia by Bernd Polster (Paperback - Sep 18, 1999) With affordable modernism for the home - from Alvar Aalto to Ikea – Scandinavian design has perhaps taught the world the significance of good design. Design Directory: Scandinavia is the definitive guide to and a celebration of the designers of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden who have created icons ranging from Volvo to Lego and more. Scandimodern by Fay Sweet (Paperback - Oct 1, 2003) Bringing together a collection of contemporary homes that showcase the Scandinavian look - both modern and timeless at the same time. History sections at the start of each chapter discuss the work of designers such as Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Nanna Ditzel, and Verner Panton, while the modern interiors that follow include those by Entasis, Mette Lange, and Claesson Koivisto Rune. A comprehensive directory lists the key manufacturers, retailers, architects, and designers of Scandinavian style Scandinavian Living by Magnus Englund, Chrystina Schmidt, and Andrew Wood (Hardcover - April 2003) This sourcebook covers the design and interior traditions of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. In addition to focusing on architecture, furniture, and 20th century movements from Functionalism to Danish Modernism, it covers modern living and the decorative traditions that have influenced Scandinavian style: Gustavian, Neoclassical, Chinoiserie, as well as inspirations from the Middle East and Asia Minor. A special chapter explores how modern designers such as Gunilla Allard, Thomas Sandell, and Pia Wall have used new materials, as well as updated traditional ones, to create innovative furniture and products for the home. New Scandinavian Design by Christopher Mount, Katherine Nelson, and Raul Cabra (Hardcover - Oct 1, 2004) An ambitious survey of the creativity and innovation of one of the Scandinavian design culture. Not to be outshone by the classic furniture that made "Scandinavian design" a catchphrase of the 1950s, today's generation of designers is updating modernism in fresh and unexpected ways. Profiles of each Nordic country and illuminating interviews explore the trends and top products. Well over 400 full-color photographs of contemporary furniture, housewares, textiles, and consumer electronics make this an authoritative overview. New Scandinavian Design by Anja Llorella Oriol (Hardcover - Dec 30, 2005) Clean lines, functionality and sophisticated form have characterized Scandinavian design for decades. Well known for its innovation, sometimes with a touch of whimsy where you’d least expect it. Designs are often closely related to nature. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are all known for their practical yet aesthetic creations. Nevertheless, despite sharing common cultural roots, each of these Scandinavian countries has their own unique identity. Over 400 pages of full-color photographs illustrating the latest in Scandinavian architecture and product design. Danish Chairs by Noritsugu Oda (Paperback - Feb 1, 1999) A popular book by Noritsugu Oda, shows how the simplest things can bare the soul of a whole culture. The book's preface explains how Danish designers have worked to simplify life by building comfo

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