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Poems by the celebrated Italian author, bilingual edition, with photographs by Paula Sweet.
A dedicated photographer's meditations on clouds.
A translated memoir in English by a young Parisian . French edition also available.
The original text of a memoir in French by a young. survivor English edition also available.
A young Parisian painter explores war machines and what they mean in a series of oils and drawings.
Watercolors and poems by the American artist, first issued by 'HcT! in 2016.
He's fat, she's selfish, and they're out to steal as much as they can in LA during the go-go 70s. Includes comprehensive footnotes.
A poem in 20 movements, illustrated by the author. Bilingual edition, Italian and English.
A manuscript presented by the author of The Illustrated Cyclopedia of Conjectural Edifices.
A ballerina on the run, followed by an enigmatic secret agent, in the first novel of an historic series set during the Napoleonic Wars..
More information about Captain Blackpool's origins, his travels in India, intrigue in Venice.
A New Wave Figurative painter whose California home is a work of art unto itself.
Explorations of geometry and repetition transformed into metallic objects and artisan weavings.
New gouache paitnings executed in Istanbul during the days of the 2020 pandemic.
Photographic documentation of how human lives are constrained in a world of posted signs.
An unconventional guidebook which helps you find shops and artisans by their portraits.
This unusual book contains a yoga workout designed for our 90 year old grandpa. Many seated poses.
This book is about the possibilities of empowerment for the elderly, written in a voice understandable by all ages.
Grandpa takes a walk in the neighborhood, interacts with many people. Then he takes a nap.
The rogue hacker in cahoots with Israeli operatives. Private jets, cybercrimes, Bitcoins, shady billionaires.
Behind closed doors at a women-only hammam in Marrakech, in watercolors by the author.
Legendary outlaw and the New York art world meet the ghosts of O. Henry and magical realism.
Screenplay based on the story "Supari", including an informative essay about how the script was written.
A novel in French about a returning soldier from the First World War.
Self-help and inspirational messages written by a humanist and philosopher.
A book about getting over it and moving on. Who will you be on your own?
Five parables addressing the idea of how wisdom is transmitted between the generations.
The eye is a camera, and the brush becomes an instrument for commemoration.
A photographer uses the wildflowers of the Alps as ephemeral metaphor.
"... no cookbook is cooler or more stylish!” - Fab 5 Freddy
A digest of 15 years of DiGanZi's annual brand letters. Rich in history, vocabulary and incredible presumption.
Shangri-La on earth, a paradise of natural and curated beauty in a verdant canyon.
Like a meteor in the sky, this NYC underground newsletter was a trailblazer for six unforgettable months in the 1980s.
Read the sizzling debut that altered the collective consciousness.
The explosive second volume of radical thought which transformed Western culture in 2015.
Magellean's navigator returns to Vicenza 500 years later, commemorating historic voyage.
Travel tips for a visit to the historic isle located off the coast of Los Angeles, California. Kindle edition
More themed poems and paintings by the esteemed Italian poet. Dual language edition.
Doodles and scribbles from the pen of the enigmatic Paris-based designer.
Hansen's post-Fluxus minimalism is both enigmatic and provocative.
A pictorial meditation.
Meek professor gets robbed on an Indian train. He dispatches slick hitman to go after the bad guys and Delhi underworld explodes.
A photo ode to Elian Shona, the mysterious island, off the west coast of Scotland which inspired "Peter Pan." Hardbound.
This remote beach hamlet on the coast of Costa Rica is reputed to have the best surfing in the world. Also the happiest visitors.
Twelve aphorisms delivered in 2011 by a Hindu mystic in Rishikesh. Includes photos and watercolors by the author.
A treatise on coming and going, entering and exiting, opening and closing, and other life passages.
The mechanics of misbehavior, spelled out in the simplest of terms, for all ages.
A photographic comparison of two cities thousands of miles apart. The first in Northern Italy, the other on a Californian beach.
Portraits of the residents of a medieval city in the Veneto. No names, just the faces.
Select vocabulary collected by an obsessive brand guru over a space of 15 years. New 2020 edition.
The fourth edition of a short reference work which features the answers from over 30 professionals.
A career artist takes note of how action and interaction coexist in multiple dimensions.
Your personal invitation to attend the weirdest, craziest nuptials imaginable.