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"The painting is a perfect portrait of both Albers’. In the dual shapes, you have two powerful presences. Although separated, they are attracted toward one another magnetically; a fantastic force bridges the gap between them.”
It is about the hard work, the intrigues, the energy, the mysteries, the humor, and the commitment to creating images that were larger-than-life and will last for generations.
An easy-to-read interactive tasting journey that helps you select barrel-aged bourbons based on your flavor preferences. Minnick cuts to the chase, dismissing brand marketing and judging only the flavor of the all American whiskies.
In Bourbon Empire, Reid Mitenbuler shows how bourbon, America’s most iconic style of whiskey, and the industry surrounding it, really came to be—a saga of shrewd capitalism as well as dedicated craftsmanship.
As complex as the spirit is the history from this uniquely American whiskey, nearly 300 years in the making with twists and turns along the way. This book pairs nicely with... bourbon.
A guide to crafting impeccable classic cocktails and creating original drinks, Cocktail Codex aims to change the way we perceive the art and process of creating the world’s best cocktails.
When jewelry transcend the category of fashion accessory to become art. Coveted provides a vital survey of the field, profiling more than 70 of the most prominent designers working today.
The book presents 50 fascinating—and sometimes morbid—biographies from this historic trade’s bygone days, including farmers, scientists, oligarchs, criminals, and the occasional US president.
For more than sixty years Dieter Rams has defined the look, feel, and function of some of the world's best-loved consumer items. His 'ten principles for good design' are a philosophy and practice for improving the industry in a more holistic, responsible way.
Starting with the Whiskey Rebellion of the 1790s, Veach traces the history of this unique beverage through the Industrial Revolution, the Civil War, Prohibition, the Great Depression, up to the present.
Known for the beauty and purity of his work, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe built remarkable houses, skyscrapers, museums, and campuses. The clarity of his architecture belies the diversity of Mies's interests, including philosophy, science and design.
This essential volume examines the foundations of cuisine, starting with its earliest sources. Th text traces every element of the produce, implements, and skills involved in food preparation.
Speakeasy is a cocktail book that celebrates this exciting gin-soaked, gangster-frollicking prohibition era, with 200 cocktails for every taste.
The cocktails of Spirited range from renowned iconic classics to lesser-known regional specialties to influential bespoke drinks — each reflecting the era, location, or bar that inspired it.
With easy tips to recreate each look as well as recipes for the perfect drinks to pair with each cart, this beautifully photographed guide is an inspiration to anyone looking to create a unique décor statement, and a drink to serve alongside.
Whiskey Women tells the tales of the women who created the industry, from Mesopotamia’s first brewers and distillers to America’s rough-and-tough Prohibition bootleggers. Women have long distilled, marketed, and owned spirits companies.