The sights and smells of Mexico City. Placed throughout the issue are 20 scratch-and-sniff stickers, each impregnated with the aroma of one of the the city’s many neighborhoods. Also, matadors, wrestlers, hungry cabbies, dancing girls, sacrilegious iconography, Aztec beverages, hazardous eats, ultimate tacos, dirt-cheap candy, preeminent cantinas, and more.Softcover clothbound book, 160 pages, 9" × 12"
Accounts taken along the route of the Trans-Siberian Express. From Moscow to Beijing, via Mongolia, Swallow focuses on the landscapes of lesser known culinary destinations. Stories include tea as currency, country living, porcelain politics, Russian aesthetics, Mongolian hospitality, smoking fish, illustrated full frontals, and more.Hardcover book, 154 pages, 9" × 12"
While now established as a global culinary brand, the New Nordic scene was nascent when Swallow published its first issue. Featuring stories on piggy parts, Greenlandic monsters, alcoholic spasms, Nordic fishermen, animated fairy tales, macabre mushrooms, a young René Redzepi, and more.Hardcover book, 130 pages, 9" × 12"