A limited edition notebook for makers, created in collaboration by two of our favorite startups.
An upcoming collection of comedic essays analyzing various bits of nerd culture.
Awesome Field Notes’ COLORS memo books for Winter 2015. They change colors in direct sunlight; indoors they’re white, outdoors they’re blue!
This is the most detailed and extensive guide to Day One available today. Featuring in-depth reviews that cover every function and feature found within Day One, our handbook goes line-by-line showing you how to make the most of this award-winning journaling app.
The tenth and final installment of Nicholas Felton’s yearly, wonderfully designed lifelog infographics.
The same books you know and love, now enhanced with interactive animations, elaborate artwork, and annotations written by J.K. Rowling herself.
How Music Got Free is the history of the music industry from the early beginnings to the launch of BitTorrent. As someone who was a teenager when Napster was released and is now watching the Spotify/Apple battle unfold, I’ve seen a big transition in how music is sold and consumed in my life.
An upcoming book that will let you view architecture through the eyes of a burglar. You’ll never see cities the same way again.
A grand tour of the science of cooking explored through popular American dishes, illustrated in full color. Brought to you by Serious Eats’ culinary nerd-in-residence.
This beautiful edition celebrates the coming of autumn 2015 and the trees of Shenandoah National Park.
A collection of Neil Gaiman’s more obscure works, some of which were never finished or are out of print altogether. Name your price, support two charities, and complete your Gaiman collection all at once.
The new edition of the beautiful, Japanese-made planner that goes beyond schedule-planning by also acting as a journal, notebook, sketch(note)book, scribble pad, and generally a place to capture thoughts and moments.
A crucial guide that teaches men how to be more respectful and considerate to their loved ones and the world at large.
If most of us think back to our childhood, we remember the little things that our parents did more than the big things. I’ve really tried to internalize that as a parent of two (soon to be three) kids. One of the small, but memorable things you can do every right is read your child(ren) a bed time story.
The cartoonist behind the Zen Pencils blog and author of Zen Pencils: Cartoon Quotes from Inspirational Folks is back with a second compilation that is sure to be as inspirational as the first.
What it says in the book title: A straightfoward, practical guide to meditation and mindfulness for those wanting to take up such habits.
The book is about Major League Baseball beginning in 1992. The game was on the verge of breakdown. The owners and players are coming off an owner lockout, but headed towards a player strike which will ultimately cancel the 1994 World Series.
60 pages of incredibly intricate city illustrations that will make your inner kid all too happy to color.