For our latest coffee table books series, we’d like to introduce you to our favorite books for this month of June. ‘One Year on a Bike’ explores one man, one bike and one long ride around the world, ‘Porsche 911’ reveals the world of the most famous sports car of all time and ‘Small Homes, Grand Living’ illustrates how people can live comfortable in tiny homes.
Bike geek and avid collector of headbadges, Jeffrey Conner has one of the biggest collection of vintage headbadge, showcasing retro branding from famous brands such as Raleigh and Schwinn but also a lot more independent brands.
Passionate about decomposition of organic matter since childhood, Dutch artist Lizan Freijsen has studied these signs of time and life to uses them now as abstract patterns for her handmade rugs and wall frescos.
New York based hairstylist James Pecis with London based portrait photographer Paul Wetherell, and Sydney based wave/surf photographer Ben Budgen collaborated on this limited edition hardcover book in which all of the proceeds will go to Mission Blue to save our oceans.
One of our favorite renowned fashion and music photographer Ellen von Unwerth just launched her latest book, ‘Heimat’, where she revisits her childhood homeland to shoot a posse of gorgeous sexy girls out for fun and adventure amid the region’s undulating fields; age-old traditions; and deep, mysterious forests.
Caesarstone‘s first conceptual cookbook with recipes by food design studio Arabeschi di Latte and inspired by the elemental concept Caesarstone presented with Tom Dixon during Milan Design Week.
“To Sweden Through Dublin” is a book designed by Gothenburg-based Studio Ahremark and a critique of Dublin Regulation. The politically-engaged publication features exceptionally sleek and colorful design, with minimal fonts and ultra-symmetrical layout.