When some of the best thoughts and visions of creative minds come into the hand of Assouline, they become luxury. The synonym for luxury book, Assouline which seeks to be an engine of culture, celebrates 110th anniversary of Cadillac by releasing a limited edition book about this one of the most iconic brands in the world, and very important part of American culture.
Impressive journey through all the decades of Cadillac’s history, printed on 150 pages is the first luxury book on America s foremost luxury car. Picturesque describing close-body cars and concept cars, the classic and cutting-edge, and stating renowned people who drove it, such as presidents and Hollywood stars, Cadillac luxury book is ideal gift for all enthusiasts and car collectors of this American legend.
“Cadillac is indelibly woven into culture, in America and around the world,” said Don Butler, Cadillac vice president of marketing. “Today, with Cadillac once again moving forward as a design and technology leader, we’re proud that our brand has inspired the artists at Assouline.”
With over 200 full-color photographs, the book chronicles the evolution of the Cadillac brand, from its first closed-body automobile in 1905 to the first electric car and the ubiquitous Escalade in 2009, to the brand-new 2013 ATS. Cadillac also inspired some of the greatest names in music, film, art, and fashion to create artworks dedicated to the Cadillac brand, such as Bruce Springsteen’s hit song Pink Cadillac, Prada’s Cadillac design–inspired shoe, or Andy Warhol’s famed Twelve Cadillacs.
If you want to discover why Cadillac is the truly Standard of the World, you’ll have to pay $395 for one of only 500 hand-numbered Cadillac luxury books, each housed in a black slipcase with metallic Cadillac plaque, while a less expensive and more conventional hardcover version is priced $75.