The new Easton Press catalogue for the holiday season is up with new exciting books on offer. I was quite surprised by seeing a signed Easton Press edition of Henry Kissinger’s On China. It’s one of the newer publications by Kissinger this year published by Allen Lane (17 May 2011) and one that’s been in my wish list on Amazon since. I’m really looking forward to this edition as I’ve got an Easton Press edition of Diplomacy.
Gotta love the Eames Chair and Ottoman! And if I am not mistaken that’s either Franklin Library (Maybe Signed 60) or Easton Press leather-bound books in the bookshelf on the right.
Architect Margaret Griffin, in collaboration with architect Elyse Grinstein, renovated a home on Los Angeles’s West Side, an area that has natural creeks and groves of indigenous trees. The star tree here is a 300-year-old sycamore that shades a small spring and lush slope in back. The snug library “started out with a full brick wall facing the tree,” explains the owner, but the brick was replaced by sheets of glass to bridge the room’s connection to the outdoors.
I just ordered the 2 volume set of Joseph-Francois Michaud’s History of the Crusades, illustrated by Gustave Doré, a Deluxe Limited Edition by Easton Press, limited to 600 copies. This is from the EP website:
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