Divine Decks: A Visual History of Tarot

From TASCHEN’s new Library of Esoterica (a series of books that traces the ways artists have explored mysticism for centuries) comes the first title, Divine Decks: A Visual History of Tarot. Author Jessica Hundley delves into the meanings behind 500+ cards, analyzes artworks and explores tarot’s immense and enduring influence—from medieval era to contemporary culture. Beautifully designed by LA-based studio Thunderwing, and with an essay by artist, tarot …

Peter Beard Gesamtkunstwerk

Once a limited release from TASCHEN, Peter Beard’s “gesamtkunstwerk” (a German word that translates to art assembled from multiple mediums, much like collage) returns. Within the 770-page hardcover, the pioneering artist’s photography interacts with personal writing and doodle-like drawings. Edited by Nejma Beard and David Fahey, with additional text by Owen Edwards and Steven M.L. Aronson, the tome grants access to Beard’s impassioned, international perspective—one …

Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book!

An archive of the publication’s immense print and online efforts and an anthology of the past 100 years of sneaker culture, Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book! is nothing if not comprehensive. Founded by Simon “Woody” Wood, the publication started back in 2002 and has remained a go-to for sneaker enthusiasts and experts alike. Over 670+ pages, every significant (and some obscure) sneaker moment is documented and studied—from …