Click in to learn about “Craftivism: The Art of Craft and Activism” edited by Betsy Greer. Crafters of the world unite!
How long has it been since you colored in a coloring book? Hopefully after you read this you’ll be inspired to get back to it!
Vanity Fair was awesome enough to send us a few treats to share with Buffet readers for their Hollywood issue. Of course it wouldn’t be us if we didn’t rub a little geek on it.
Click on in to be transported to Stonehenge thanks to James O. Davies beautiful book “A Year at Stonehenge”.
Get ready to do some shopping folks because it’s The Magical Buffet’s Favorite Things! This year’s list is a-ma-zing. It’s got a little something for everyone, so click on in already!
I got an interesting offer from Quest Books. Would I like to review “Soul of Light: Works of Illumination” by Joma Sipe. What makes this interesting is that essentially this is an art book. I like art, of course, but I couldn’t help but wonder, why on earth would Quest books think that The Magical Buffet or its readers would care about this particular art book? I shouldn’t have doubted them.
Essentially I brag about some awesome shopping I did this past holiday season. Seriously. But you should still check it out, it has pretty pictures.
How a lucky impulse buy at a used book store introduced me to the delightful world of cartoonist Tsai Chih Chung, and his takes on the Chinese classics.
Apparently I have very strong feelings about the appearance of a fictional character. Maybe you have an opinion too. Click on in, there are lots of pretty pictures of ladies in fishnet stockings, and yet, we’ll be debating black top hats.
“Put the Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions per Minute” by Matthew Chojnacki. The. Bestest. Thing. Ever.