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United Arrows is one of the leading fashion and retail companies to ever come out of Japan. Their first book offers a look at the brand and its evolution into one of the most influential figures for style.
Mannequins finds Jacobs and Chester styling and imaging the inanimate but heavily stylised plastic human forms used to display fashion.
From 1988 to 1991 Dawoud Bey made a series of portraits of African Americans in the streets of various American cities.
A colorful journey through the first decade of Gray Malin’s vibrant photography career.
Nature and architecture have never been more intertwined. Evergreen Architecture investigates this movement from the perspective of the architects.
Palette Mini Series 05 showcases design solutions and visual experiments with the soft and soothing colour range.
Palette Mini Series 04: Neon showcases spot colors, phosphorescent inks, and interesting printing techniques.
Jurgen Melfeyt’s: WET revolves around the female body and water, and is limited to 500 copies.
A photographic journey by one of the twentieth century's great photographers through eight African countries on the cusp of independence post WWII.
From the team at Monocle, a look at some of the coziest and most creative homes around the world.