• Indie Rock Poster Book

    Indie Rock Poster Book

    Get your crazy font on, with Andy Miller’s collection of wall-ready poster art inspired by indie rock music.

  • Permanence

    Permanence

    Kip Fulbeck’s Permanence examines tattoos as a means toward self discovery. Every piece of ink has a story and it all adds up to who we are as people. Jen Cray could barely finish the book before adding a fresh layer of ink to her body.

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    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin’ Down a Dream

    Rose Petralia doesn’t care if you don’t dig Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, she thinks they’re dreamy.

  • Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters

    Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters

    The definitive coffee table book on Godzilla and his creator, Eiji Tsuburaya. Carl F. Gauze is torn on whether to stifle a giggle at the rubber suits or flee in terror through the streets of Tokyo.

  • Mexican Calendar Girls

    Mexican Calendar Girls

    Your wall calendar might say something about you, but can it speak for an entire nation? Eric J. Iannelli ogles Angela Villalba’s colorful Mexican Calendar Girls and discovers a unique popular art form from south of the border.

  • Factory Records: The Complete Graphic Album

    Factory Records: The Complete Graphic Album

    Before the Design Republic, before even 4AD’s Vaughan Oliver / v23, there was Peter Saville and Factory Records. The history of music and design is filled with intersections, and Matthew Moyer considers none to be as seminal as this.

  • Every Day Is Saturday

    Every Day Is Saturday

    A great music town relies on a lot of talented people. In San Francisco, Peter Ellenby takes the pictures that let people know what they missed at the club last night, grace CD booklets or illustrate articles. Sometimes rock photographer, Bob Pomeroy tells you all about the book and photos.

  • Cartoon Modern: Style and Design in Fifties Animation

    Cartoon Modern: Style and Design in Fifties Animation

    Marshall Presnell is transported back to an age of sugary plastic heat when thumbing through this new retrospective of postwar animation and cartooning.

  • Who I Am and What I Want

    Who I Am and What I Want

    David Shrigley tries to explain who he is and what he wants… and yet, Brittany Sturgesstill isn’t quite sure.

  • The Worst Case Scenario Almanac – History

    The Worst Case Scenario Almanac – History

    Carl F Gauze fears that the authors of the Worst Case Scenario series may have gone to the well one too many times. That doesn’t mean, however, that he didn’t bookmark the section on Wagon Circling. You can never be too careful.

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    Made In Japan

    This new collection of Asian packaging and design art reminds Heather Lorusso that sometimes the most interesting things to see in Japan are everyday objects.

  • The ACME Catalog

    The ACME Catalog

    Whether or not you’re trying to dispense with a certain roadrunning thorn in your side, Rob Levy finds much to enjoy in thisvolume. Christmas is just around the corner, after all, and doesn’t some special in your life need an Instant Tunnel Painter?

  • Does This Cape Make Me Look Fat?

    Does This Cape Make Me Look Fat?

    Are you an aspiring superhero, but there’s something missing in your wardrobe? Does your alias “Quickie” bring laughter rather than fear? Then take a look at Does This Cape Make Me Look Fat? and find out the answers that work and the ones that don’t to these and other questions posed by superhero wannabes like Tim Wardyn.

  • Here She Comes…Beauty Queen

    Here She Comes…Beauty Queen

    Dust off your tiaras and practice your wave! Brittany Sturges delves into the history of the beauty pageant, courtesy of this new volume.

  • L.A. Lofts

    L.A. Lofts

    Marshall Presnell steps back and admires both the beauty and utility presented in this photo collection of innovative loft spaces.

  • Striking Images

    Striking Images

    Marshall Presnell finds hidden truths about America on the back of a matchbook. Or, in this case, a handsomely printed volume full of reproductions of the best (and worst) of vintage matchbook art.

  • Small Town Odds

    Small Town Odds

    The protagonist of Small Town Odds is stuck in rural West Virginia, his dreams of college faded, working two jobs, caring for his daughter, drinking too much, and of course, dealing with the prospects of romance. For readers like Joe Frietze who’ve paid their dues to Small Town America, Jason Headley’s debut novel will strike more than one familiar chord.

  • Dictator Style

    Dictator Style

    Champagne wishes and totalitarian dreams! Your host, James Mann, plays voyeur into the lifestyles of the rich and the insane via Dictator Style.

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    Heavy Metal Thunder

    Metal up your… bookshelf? For Linda Tate, the memories come flooding back after immersing herself in the denim n’ leather goodness of this anthology of heavy metal album covers.

  • The Underachiever’s Manifesto

    The Underachiever’s Manifesto

    Dream the possible dream! Go the extra millimeter! The stars? Reach for the popcorn bowl instead. If you’ve lowered your expectations and still have trouble meeting them, this how-not-to guide to achievement is a must-read. Better yet, ease back into that familiar-looking groove on the couch and let Carl F Gauze sum it up in three easy-to-swallow paragraphs.

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