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TripFiction recommends A Fantastic State of Ruin

What a beautifully produced coffee table book, with sumptuous photos of India’s rich visual culture in one small area of Rajasthan. Shekhawati (meaning Garden of Shekha) comprises several areas bordered by desert and mountains, formerly a rich trading route in the...

Hong Kong Tatler Article, Sweet Inspiration: Inside Bonnae Gokson’s New Book

Arbiter of good taste, Bonnae Gokson, puts her inimitable eye for wedding style—and her flair for creating exquisite cakes—on display in her new book, "Weddings, Butterflies and the Sweetest Dreams" A towering mauve and pale pink wedding cake over two metres tall,...

The Bridal Council Announces Weddings, Butterflies & the Sweetest Dreams

International Style Guru Bonnae Gokson Launches “Weddings, Butterflies & The Sweetest Dreams” Following the success of her first book, Butterflies and All Things Sweet (Goff Books), one of Asia’s most accomplished female entrepreneurs and international style icon,...

Bored Panda Post: The Mona Lisa Reimagined By 300 Most Innovative Artists

The Mona Lisa Reimagined By 300 Most Innovative Artists By​ Omnipresent Gioconda Fascinated by the legacy of Mona Lisa, I’ve decided to publish ‘Mona Lisa Reimagined’, an anthology of hundreds of pieces of art that have been inspired by this priceless world treasure....

A Fantastic State of Ruin By David Zurick Featured on Edge of Humanity

Go to Article Art, Architecture & The History Behind The Fading Havelis In Shekhawati By Edge of Humanity Magazine, September 10, 2018 A Fantastic State of Ruin: The Painted Towns of Rajasthan Scattered within the rural Shekhawati hinterland of Rajasthan in northwest...

Sand and Golf: How Terrain Shapes the Game Reviewed by The Aposition

One not insignificant reason I love links golf is that I can often leave my wedge in the bag, and just use the putter even when well off the green. George Waters covers all the other reasons in “Sand and Golf: How Terrain Shapes the Game” (Goff Books, $40). The book...

Nirvana: The Spread of Buddhism Through Asia is Featured in The Eye of Photography

Nirvana: The Spread of Buddhism Through Asia, by Jeremy Horner, is a photographic journey tracing the origins of Buddhism and following its evolutionary paths from its birthplace at Bodh Gaya, India to northeast Asia, along the Silk Road through China, down to Sri...