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Books & Magazines November, 19 2012

Man of the World Debut Issue with Split Covers – A Look Inside

We preview the latest entry in the men’s periodical market with a look inside the debut issue of Man of the World. Alan Maleh, founder and editor in chief of Man of the World, developed the new periodical as a “book for collectors of fine things and the experiences that go with them.” Published quarterly, Man of the World is a resource for gentleman looking for a unique perspective at the world of style, art, interior design, and travel – all with a lean towards the American point of view.

The debut issue features two split covers featuring artist Aaron Young (photographed by by Jack Pierson) and model Sean O’Pry (photographed by Beau Grealy). Inside Man of the World, readers will find works on London’s Shoreditch neighborhood, Matthew Porter’s abstract photography, time keeping, automobiles, and more.

A select number of the objects shown in Man of the World are also available for purchase including timepieces, vintage posters all from Maleh’s personal collection. Purchase Man of the World online for $16.

Take a look inside.

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