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  1. Robert Frank: Film Works
  2. OD-11 wireless speaker walnut
  3. William Kentridge: The Refusal of Time
  4. William Kentridge: Smoke, Ashes, Fable
  5. Arts and Crafts Library
  6. Handmade Modern: Mid-Century Inspired Projects for Your Home

    Handmade Modern: Mid-Century Inspired Projects for Your Home

    $29.95

    Seventy–two step–by–step projects for modern do–it–yourself home and office design, by world–renowned designer Todd Oldham. Love the look of mid–century, modern, retro design, but don't feel like dropping two weeks' pay on an Eames chair? Todd Oldham shares his passion for mid–century modern homes with over 72 do–it–yourself projects for anyone who loves crafts and longs to add character to every corner of their home. Each project is charted through step–by–step photos and instructions until the fabulously mod end. Other projects include home–computer face–lifts, Xerox wallpaper, aluminium lighting fixtures, and cosy shoe–storage systems. In additional to Todd's brilliantly engineered projects, the book comes complete with a tutorial on modern home design in the form of sidebars and short essays throughout –everything from that now–famous Eames chair to the case–study houses of the 1950s. Handmade Modern promises to revolutionize the way the reader looks at his or her own home and capacity to beautify a space. Chic, accessible, and fun, this is the achievable new look of modern home design. Learn More
  7. Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community

    Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community

    $39.95

    Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community spotlights an international, intergenerational, intersectional mix of thirty artists who are remixing fiber craft traditions, such as crochet, embroidery, quilting, and sewing, while reconsidering the binaries of art and craft, masculine and feminine, and gay and straight. Designed by Todd Oldham and edited by John Chaich, this 192-page, hardcover, 8 x 10-inch book features full-color spreads of each artist's work, along with intimate details of selections and artist studios, as well as an introductory essay by Chaich, who curated the exhibition of the same name that inspired this book. To further examine how queerness informs their work in fiber and textiles, or vice versa, the artists are interviewed by makers and thinkers from the worlds of dance, design, fashion, media, music, museums, scholarship, and more—many members of the LGBTQ community themselves, and otherwise passionate allies. Smart yet playful, critical yet celebratory, the resulting dialogues are as colorful, challenging, personal, and universal as the works discussed and talents showcased. Queer Threads is not just an exploration of fiber art and crafts, but also a celebration of the creativity, diversity, and vibrancy of contemporary queer culture. Learn More
  8. Todd Oldham: Without Boundaries

    Todd Oldham: Without Boundaries

    $19.95

    To Todd Oldham, one of today's most important young fashion designers, style and artistic expression aren't about money, nor about achieving aesthetic perfection--he believes that, with a self-aware eye, all people can unleash their own distinctive tastes. In Without Boundaries, today's premier fashion photographers provide dazzling images of some of the world's most flamboyant people, all of whom wear Oldham's cutting-edge clothes. 140 color photos. Learn More

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