The third book in Serrano’s (And Other Things) series, this anthology is the perfect answer to all your hip-hop questions. It’s so good, you should go grab the other two in the series while you’re at it.
Wolfgang Wild and Jordan Lloyd
The state of the world today doesn’t grant much hope. But this book is like a little time machine that gives a brand new perspective to some of history’s most iconic black-and-white moments. We could all use a little color.
For those that got tired trying to find Waldo comes a new seek-and-find adventure. Nixon’s “book for grown-ups” is just the right touch of playful and visually pleasing.
Another trip down memory lane, Kwon’s 272-page glimpse at rap history tells an untold story of the genre. It has more than 300 intimate photos and makes a perfect conversation piece.
While other books talk about Murakami’s commercial success, such as collabs with Kanye West and Louis Vuitton, this one is the first that dives into his works as a heritage-rich painter. It’s time to learn more about the man behind the smiley flower.
André & Tenaya Darlington
Perfect for the entertainers, this book isn’t just pretty to look at and flip through. It’s a guide on how to make the perfect drink to set the mood for 70 records from the ‘50s through the ‘00s. A second volume is even arriving this spring.