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A Map Of The World

A Map of the World is a unique view of something complex that helps us understand and navigate the world - Maps. The beautifully illustrated book features works by the most original and sought-after map illustrators, their personal visual storytelling interpretation of maps showcases specific regions, characterizes local scenes, generates moods, and tells stories beyond sheer navigation. In our age of satellite navigation systems and Google Maps, this is a breath of fresh air.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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THE BIKE DECONSTRUCTED

"The Bike Deconstructed” is a visually impressive book that provides an in-depth look of the modern bicycle in order to understand the design, origins, and evolution of each constituent part. On first glance, your bicycle might look pretty straightforward, but if you dismantle it, you´ll find as many as two hundred parts, each with a critical role to play. The beautifully illustrated guide written by bicycle guru Richard Hallett celebrates bicycle desi...
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THE LEDGE | SKYDECK CHICAGO

The Skydeck offers a breathtaking view of the city of Chicago. This is a great opportunity to climb the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the worlds tallest building from 1974 until 1998, and see the beautiful architecture of the city and its endless views of Lake Michigan. The more adventurous can go to the "The Ledge", the newest acquisition of the Skydeck, allowing the visitor to walk on a glass floor viewing the city in a different perspective. If you like he...
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SILVER TEARS CAMPERS

Silver Tears Campers expands the personal statement into a road epic. Unencumbered, you’ll travel light, but smart, with everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Pull it with your Mini, if you like. Maneuver it deftly through the woods to the creek bank. Fry trout in the open-air kitchen. Rub your hands across the figured maple countertop. Read that novel in the light of the kerosene lantern. Fall asleep to the sound of rain on the aluminum roof. Dream of tomorro...
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