Assouline luxury coffee table stacks add a chic personalized touch to any room. This coastal inspired stack of blues, whites, and shimmering iridescence bring to mind a coastal vibe in this four book stack. Highlights include Caribbean works of art, oceanic photography, and more. Zanzibar: This cluster of islands is at a crossroads of cultures, featuring Omani architecture, Portuguese and British heritages as well as Swahili rituals. Photographer Aline Coquelle shares an intimate portrait of a community bursting with life. With original photography, a disappearing, indigenous culture is preserved and celebrated. This volume invites the reader to experience the paradise that is Zanzibar. Enoc Perez: This book presents a selection of works by Puerto Rican born artist, Enoc Perez, including paintings, drawings, printmaking, and sculptures from the 1990's to present. Though his style and technique have evolved, Perez has continued to explore the themes of modernism, nostalgia, and Caribbean culture as richly illustrated in this volume with over 100 color plates. The Coral Triangle: Take a breathtaking plunge into the colorful world of the Coral Triangle, the waters that cradle Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste. Underwater photographer Chris Leidy beautifully captures a vision of this wonderland through his lens and conveys the inherent complexities of each singular, fleeting scene, illustrating the vital magic of the Coral Triangle. Featuring a passionate text by Fabien Cousteau, this volume presents the underwater world as a complex realm filled with vibrant life, inviting readers to fall in love with its majesty, and inspiring deeper understanding of the fragility of coral reefs and the unparalleled importance of taking action to protect our oceans. The French Riviera in the 1920's: The French Riviera was the center of creativity during the 1920s and early '30s. Artists and writers from the far reaches of the world gathered to fashion a new way of life - among them Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Gerald and Sara Murphy, Picasso, Picabia, Stravinsky, Cocteau, Diaghilev, and Anna de Noailles. A photobiography of this carefree era, The French Riviera in the 1920s revitalizes the now-legendary tale of these mythic personalities caught between a desire for creation, the quest for happiness, and the looming darkness of World War II. With extraordinary images taken from personal archives, these pages depict firsthand the lifestyles and artwork of some of the most influential artists of the 20th century.