From The New York Times Style Magazine:
Times change,” says Carey Maloney, a partner in the New York design firm M (Group). And decorating books, he says, should change with them. Maloney and his partner, the architect Hermes Mallea, design houses and apartments for clients who collect Modiglianis and Roman sculpture, but for the first book on their work, the last thing they wanted was a standard coffee-table monograph, full of beautiful but static photographs and clichéd pronouncements like “Keep your silver polished.”
“It was important that it look like 2012, not 2010,” [Maloney] emphasizes — the topics pages have Digimarc watermarks. A free app can scan the topics pages and take readers to links on a wide and quirky range of resources — which, for maps, includes links not just to high-end dealers but also to a Web page on map tattoos.
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