“Delightful and informative."
—New York Times“
A little slice of art.”
—Wall Street Journal
“[This] new book answers questions you probably never asked."
“An intensely researched love song to [pizza boxes].” —Wired
“[This] fascinating book shows pizza boxes like you’ve never seen, emblazoned with artful images so original and unexpected they would be at home in a food museum.” —Sacramento Bee
“The detail to which Wiener chronicles the boxes is kind of insane.”
“One of the most effusive displays of love for corrugated cardboard the world will ever know.”
—The Independent (UK)
“You may never have thought of old takeaway containers as works of art, but New Yorker Scott Wiener is so obsessed with their myriad designs that he's written an entire book about them."
—Time Out (UK)
“Scott has forgotten more about pizza than most people have ever known!”
—Jeffrey Saad, Food Network
“I never thought anybody’d be writing a book about this.”
—Tom Monaghan, founder of Domino’s Pizza
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
s writing appears online at
Serious Eats and on his blog, Scott’s Pizza Journal. His award-winning column, “Man on the Street,” appears monthly in Pizza Today Magazine
. He is the founder of Scott’s Pizza Tours, which guides tourists and New Yorkers though the history, science, and culture of New York City pizza (www.scottspizzatours.com). The tours have been featured on the Food Network, the Cooking Channel, the Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, Lonely Planet, and a host of other outlets. Wiener maintains the world’s largest archive of unique pizza boxes.