Posts tagged book
Posts tagged book
French handbag manufacturer Goyard has made headlines recently for its book release. Why, is this? Well, because the book costs $7,000. The book - which is dedicated to celebrating the 1920s as the golden age of luxury travel - is limited edition, with only 233 copies in print. Each bears a number to signify its rarity and comes in a customizable Goyard trunk (packaging alone worth the price.)
Maison E. Goyard was established in 1853 by François Goyard strictly as a luggage manufacturer.
Are you one of the many that finds it near impossible to do the deed in public? This hilarious book is filled with tips on how to avoid the awkward sh*t during work. Don’t hold it in… How to Poo at Work by Mats & Enzo.
Justin James Muir is the mind behind this non-profit book and exhibition A Book of Beards. It celebrates the gnarliest looking beards we’ve seen, as well as some of the most creative. Collecting images of gentleman with the burly facial growth, the book is a portrait gallery that could have been published yesteryear. Beautifully captured in crisp black and white, A Book of Beards is a great addition to your book collection. Proceed from the book will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Yesterday a power outage in Virginia temporarily disabled Amazon’s “Elastic Compute Cloud,” leaving the entire planet without popular networking sites Instagram and Pinterest. Severe weather, along with high-speed winds were to blame and result in millions still without power.
Instagram was dead and still is, with many photo-sharing fans franticly trying to upload images unsuccessfully while being left with the question, “WTF!?”
Pinterest posted this statement, “we’re upgrading our servers for the next 15 minutes,” probably not to panic the pin-hungry addicts. We noticed the “SPAM Message” as a result, which left us scratching our beards. To those on the east coast of the U.S. still suffering from the power outage, we hope electricity is restored so you can get connected once again.
In the meantime, here’s to an evening of candlelight, a bottle of fine Bordeaux and your favorite book.
Sometimes bar stories are meant to be forgotten, while some books are not made for everyone. How to Piss in Public by Gavin McInnes is one of those books. It is a memoir of sorts and insanely hilarious, (in a straight-jacket sorta way). From Teenage Rebellion to the Hangover of Adulthood, this book proves that some people just don’t give a sh*t.
Out May 15. A follow up to the #1 New York Times bestseller Sh*t My Dad Says. The story begins when Justin takes his dad out to lunch to announce that he’s decided to propose…”You’ve been dating her for four years,” his dad replies. “It ain’t like you found a parallel f*cking universe.”