The adidas Archive. The Footwear Collection: The Ultimate Book For adidas Devotees

A book chronicling some of the most iconic Nike footwear is not for non-fan. Certainly not the fans of its rival Germany sporting good brand, adidas, anyways. Thankfully, adidas fans will soon be able to embrace the three-stripe footwear culture with The adidas Archive. The Footwear Collection by Christian Habermeier and Sebastian Jäger (TASCHEN, ISBN […]

Ferrari Book Has A V12 Engine Book Case With Exhaust Headers Stand

There are myriad of ways to spend your riches. If you don’t know how, businesses out there will make sure you pick up the art of spending lavishly in no time. This is 100 percent true for luxury sports car maker Ferrari and no, it is not asking for upwards of 100 grand for one […]

H.R. Giger Monograph – A Supersized Homage To The Late Visionary Artist

When you see a biomechanical creature art, be it sculpture or print, chances are, it is the work of art of H.R. Giger. Oh. You don’t know who’s H.R. Giger? H.R. Giger, born Hans Rudolf Giger, was a Swiss avant garde artist most notable for his work on Ridley Scott’s 1979 horror sci-fi flick, Alien […]

Saturday Night Live: The Show That Kickstarted the Career of Many Famous Comedians Now Has a Book

The biggest break for any aspiring comedian is, arguably, to be on Saturday Night Live. Why? Because since October 11, 1975, this super long running live comedy show has literally kickstarted the career of many comedians who were otherwise complete unknowns and the list of writers and actors runs long, very, very long, which includes […]

75 Years of Marvel Comics: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen

So you think you’re the biggest Marvel fan? Well, if you say so. We won’t judge, but whether you are (mega fan) or not, we think the 75 Years of Marvel Comics: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen (TASCHEN, ISBN 978-3836548458) is a must-have book, even if you only have a tint of […]

The Art of Pin-up: Over 500 Pages Worth of Stuff You Want To Know About The Top 10 Pin-up Artists

if you appreciate art prints of the 20s to the 70s, then we suppose you will dig pin-ups. pin-ups, which were a rage over those decades, were drawings, paintings and pastels of an idealized female face and figure intended for public display and were often seen on calendars, magazine covers and at one point, even […]

All-American Ads Of The 40s By Jim Heimann & W.R. Wilkerson

pre-photoshop era’s advertisements are something of an art. despite the lack of colors on TV, print advertising of the 40s were thriving with colors. the beauty lies in the vibrant colors that defined the 40s and 50s advertising, and the products that were introduced at that time. the best part was, photos were rarely used. […]

The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

most sci-fi nuts will most certainly recall the sci-fi cult classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, which is widely considered as one of the greatest sci-fi flicks ever made. whether you are sci-fi flick fanatics or an aspiring sci-fi writer or movie maker, The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ is a definitive collection […]

The Godfather Family Album [Hardcover]

the $3,000 limited edition The Godfather Family Album by Steve Schapiro may have flew off the shelves and already owned by some 1,000 people now, but for average joes like us, not all hopes are lost cos’ there’s still the “regular” The Godfather Family Album (TASCHEN, ISBN 978-3836548885) to content with and it will only

The James Bond Archives

with a book named The James Bond Archives, we know what you are thinking: no. you won’t be finding top secret espionage information or even a whole 50 years worth of Bond movies in it (it’s a book for goodness sake!). instead, what you will get with this hefty 600-page bound book is a complete account of the making of the Bond franchise (made with unrestricted access to…