Books

  • The Groom’s Guide Book by The Black Tux

    This is one is for the men about to walk down the aisle. As much as it’s (probably) the happiest day…

  • Top 5 Audiobooks for Young Professionals

    If you’re anything like us, you’re a young hustler always looking for ways to get ahead, and like us you…

  • “Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism” Shows How to Be Happy with Less

    Fumio Sasaki, the author of “Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism,” talks about how owning less is the key to…

  • Hey There Woody! – 100 Contemporary Wood Buildings

    Philip Jodidio’s two-volume 100 Contemporary Wood Buildings pays homage to the beauty of timber and is a must read for…

  • Stand Up, Stand Out – A Picture Book Exploring Mental Health

    Stand Up, Stand Out is an Australian children’s picture book written by Joel Pilgrim & illustrated by Mitch Revs, which…

  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

    More than a just another hokey guidebook to finding out what’s most important in our lives and what’s not, The…

  • Fill Up Your Mind with Some Goodies from Monocle

    To be quite frank, one of the main reasons I attend the gym is due to my unconditional love for…

  • There’s More Than What You See – Men and Style by David Coggins

    As we walk through modern society every day, every individual cares about how they look. People are increasingly more self-conscious…

  • The Cure For What Ales You – Liquid Education: Beer by Will Hawkes

    London-based food and travel writer Will Hawkes is asking that you consider beer as more than just that thing you…

  • Pig Out With The Little Bacon Cookbook

    Melbourne’s Jack Campbell, author of The Little Bacon Cookbook and self-proclaimed “baconophile”, truly understands the power of bacon. He understands…

  • Read This – The Kobo Aura One

    Toronto based Rakuten Kobo is no slouch in the world of e-reading. Since 2009 the company has been providing millions…

  • License to Grill – Feed the Man Meat

    While some cooks like to dress their dishes up with a million ingredients or incorporate layers of molecular gastronomy, others…

  • An Illustrated Guide to Fries by Blake Lingle

    How good are fries! Don’t answer that; it’s a rhetorical question. Fries are amazing, versatile, a delicious snack and the…

  • ‘Creature’ by Andrew Zuckerman, Unequivocally Appropriate.

    Coffee table books are generally considered a luxury item, appropriate only among the bourgeoisie – a rather unnecessary status symbol…

  • PornBurger Proves Just How Sexy Burgers Can Be

    Burger perverts rejoice, for one of your more talented cohort has gone and made a book to satisfy all your…

  • Go on one hell of a trip in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

    It’s tough to know what a book has in store for you with a title like Zen and the Art…

  • Bird Explores the Photogenic Nature of our Feathered Friends

    Who would have thought birds liked getting their photo taken quite so much? Well photographer Andrew Zuckerman obviously did and…

  • Visit Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies

    Books are renowned for escapism and Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies, is the ultimate form…

  • They’re more than just Sneakers – Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture

    From the iconic Air Jordans to Kanye West’s Yezzy line, sneakers sure have come along way since the spiked running…

  • Jazz Up Your Coffee Table with Draplin Design Co. Pretty Much Everything

    For the graphic designer aficionados out there, or perhaps those who enjoy more modern treads in the digital art age,…

  • Explore Your Artistic Side With 100 Great Danes

    A celebration of female grace, strength and beauty, these pages are filled in actresses, singers, artists, students and many others.…

  • For a Fascinating and Engrossing Read, the Book ‘Love Letters of Great Men’ is for You

    Indulge in the artistic, romantic in yourself by pouring over these pages, containing some of the most passionate and beautiful…

  • Food & Beer, What More Do You Need in a Book?

    This is the product of a Danish gypsy brew master and a Michelin star chef, both originating in Brooklyn, who…

  • Cultivate Your Love of Carpentry with The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

    This interesting, well researched and insightful book by Robert Penn covers one man’s exploration of the relationship between human history…