As the saying goes, cocaine is a hell of a drug. We all know plenty about the drug now because of its prevalence in television shows like Narcos and movies like Scarface, but the true story of cocaine's rise to the top of the party drug scene is even crazier than its pop culture depictions. As the name implies, Cocaïn: History & Culture tells that story from the very beginning millennia ago as a sacred plant of the Incas all the way to the present. It's a fascinating story written by Armand Limnander, the Executive Editor of W magazine, told over almost 200 pages with more than 100+ illustrations and published by Assouline.

  • 184 Pages
  • 100+ Illustrations
  • W 7.6 x L 10.98 x D .75  in