The Night You Left Party Set

$120
The Night You Left Party Set

The Night You Left Party Set

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If you're looking for the perfect gift for the party animal in your life, look no further than Nir Hod's "The Night You Left" Party set including "The Night You Left" Coaster set, in black and gold (one set of 4 in either gold or black) and Assouline's "Cocain: History & Culture" book perfect for the coffee (or cocktail) table.

The Night You Left Coasters

Never be accused of owning insipid, merely functional drink coasters again. This decadent set is inspired by Nir Hod’s oil-on-mirror paintings entitled ‘The Night You Left’. Hod explains: “There is a certain magic in loneliness, you have to be alone to create. It’s not about drugs or glamour, it’s about the inside world, where you can dream and love and seek a greater truth.” With a black (or gold) mirrored finish, and lined with printed white powder, the set is presented in a sleek, black box. While inspired by the ‘The Night You Left’ artwork, which captures a moment of solitude, the set provides for you and three companions at your dinner party, or more ephemeral casual gathering.

Cocain: History & Culture

Cocaïn: History & Culture
by Armand Limnander

In the popular imagination, cocaine appeared sometime in the 1970s, seemingly out of nowhere, as the new plus ultra party drug for the disco generation; shortly thereafter, its destructive effects became impossible to ignore. But in fact, cocaine’s history of addiction dates back to the nineteenth century, when it was legal and sold over the counter to treat ailments ranging from stomachaches to cramps to teething pain in babies. 

For millennia before that, however, the unprocessed coca leaf had been essential to the development of indigenous South American cultures. How did the sacred plant of the Incas become the addictive white powder that held in its grip—and nearly destroyed—prominent figures like Sigmund Freud and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, among countless others? And how did it get to wield the corrosive power depicted in films and television series such as Scarface and Narcos? This book tells that story.

Hardcover, 184 pages
Artist

Nir Hod

About Nir Hod

The Thinker.

You can’t help but be drawn into Nir Hod’s pieces, so deep and magnetic is their pull. Hod’s art begs an emotional investment – or at least an investment of serious contemplation, or conversation. Primarily a painter, Hod also works in sculpture, film and canvas. He explores themes of beauty, sexuality, decadence and lost innocence. Some of his work could be described as abstract, and his paintings often have a glamorous feel thanks to his use of Old Masters techniques. Other pieces mix and merge styles and are clear depictions of the contrasts that can exist in people: that fine line between innocent and narcissistic; highly polished and slightly askew. These contrasts can feel exposing and uncomfortable to look at, but this is deliberate – Hod’s work is never naïve. His aim is not to express, or even encourage judgment. Instead, it’s to control and draw attention, invoking curiosity. Everything is raw and visceral.

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