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  1. The Brooklyn Navy Yard

    The Brooklyn Navy Yard

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    Photographs by John Bartelstone Learn More
  2. Subversive Cross Stitch: 50 F*cking Clever Designs for Your Sassy Side
  3.  Reflections from Hell: Richard Lewis' Guide On How Not To Live

    Reflections from Hell: Richard Lewis' Guide On How Not To Live

    $21.95

    Reflections from Hell presents decades of Richard Lewis' "dark comedic premises," jokes and reflections that are fantastically illustrated by the remarkable art of Carl Titolo. Lewis recounts that he was "blown to smithereens" when introduced to the world of Carl Titolo. Titolo's visual interpretations of Richard Lewis' words create a humorous and compelling reflection on modern life and a compelling page turning knee slapper. As Richard Lewis says of Carl Titolo's art; "though a entirely different medium, it felt like it was stolen right out of my own torment."

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  4. Paper Ninja

    Paper Ninja

    $14.95

  5.  One Thing Leads to Another

    One Thing Leads to Another

    $24.95

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    Internationally acclaimed designer and illustrator Dan Stiles offers a collection of over 200 concert posters for many of todays leading acts including Arctic Monkeys, Wilco, The XX, Sonic Youth, Girl Talk, Sigur Ros and hundreds more. From Indie Rock to Dance Punk, Americana, Hip-Hop and Garage Rock these lovingly screen printed posters provide a visual narrative of the music that shaped the last decade. While music, like fashion, recycles itself, poster artwork consistently endears fans. From cheap momentos often ripped down from telephone poles to priceless framed souvenirs accompanied by concert tickets, true music fans can describe posters from their favorite shows. Proving once again that punk is not dead & that video did not kill the radio star, Stiles' posters evoke the thrill of small band discovery for die-hard fans & first-timers. Occasionally it is the artwork we treasure, more than even the band, following the artist's discernment rather than our own ears. How many times have we gone to a show because a friend dragged us? That can easily be said for having been led to a show because of Stiles' seductive posters. Reproduced as a collection for the first time this book is a must have for every music and art fan. With extensive writing in Stiles' own words, a forward by famed rock poster historian Paul Grushkin and an interview conducted by design broadcaster Mark Brickey this book goes beyond the images into the history, philosophy, and techniques used to create award winning posters as well as methods of building success in the ever shifting waters of professional art and design. Finding inspiration, business practices and design development are covered as the process of creating individual posters is broken down step by step. With topics ranging from color theory to building a screen printing studio in Stiles' basement. Learn More
  6. Kill City

    Kill City

    $50.00

    by Ash Thayer Hardcover: 176 pages
    ISBN-13: 978-1-57687-734-0 Learn More
  7. I Know You Think You Know It All: Advice and Observations For You to Stand Apart in Public and Online

    I Know You Think You Know It All: Advice and Observations For You to Stand Apart in Public and Online

    $12.95

    The Know-It-All can be spotted from a block away in most any city today, devoted to the latest microtrends, sure that he is an influencer, never realizing he is mostly just being influenced. Often seen with others who share a similar look and viewpoint, he does not have a clue how to march to the beat of his own drummer. He spends his time in what he thinks is his refined circle, whether in real life or online, and always knows "the best", be it clothing, coffee, or culture. He is rarely without an opinion and doubts his own even less. He is largely without humor when the mirror is turned upon him. We've all seen and heard this type of guy in public and on social media: the classic jerk who thinks he always knows best. Chris Black is here to help you not become, or stop being him.

    Life for Chris Black over the past twenty years has put him in close contact with many of these guys, as they regularly congregate in the creative industries: film, music, advertising, media, and fashion. He has worked in all of these businesses and his astute and witty observations could only come from one who needs to know what is current in pop culture to make a living, yet is routinely able to step back and rise above the noise to keenly survey the scene. We've all had cringe-worthy moments in our past, and many are experiencing them still every day, only to realize it down the road. The chances for such occurrences are greatly reduced with the advice in I Know You Think You Know it All. It's not too late.

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  8. I Heart Girl

    I Heart Girl

    $30.00

    by Jessica Yatrofsky Hardcover: 80 pages
    ISBN-13: 978-1576877395 Learn More
  9. Don't Take These Drawings Seriously

    Don't Take These Drawings Seriously

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    by Nathalie Du Pasquier Hardcover: 320 pages ISBN-13: 978-1576877548 Learn More
  10. Malformed: Forgotten Brains of the Texas State Mental Hospital

    Malformed: Forgotten Brains of the Texas State Mental Hospital

    $39.95

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    A book for lovers of the bizarre, disturbing, fascinating, beautiful, and gross! Fans of taxidermy, and other cabinet of curiosity staples, will jump all over this.

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