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Art of Atari at werd.com

Art of Atari

From Asteroids to Centipede to Missile Command, the influence & impact of Atari is unquestionable. This book explores the art & illustration that helped shape & support these seminal video games and the futuristic images they presented from the dawn of the digital age throughout the past 40 years.

Dr. Strangelove – The Criterion Collection at werd.com

Dr. Strangelove – The Criterion Collection

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Of all the war films ever made, none capture the paranoia & tragicomedy of the Cold War like Stanley Kubrick’s subversive classic Dr. Strangelove. The new Criterion edition delivers it like never before: a 4K digital transfer & DTS-HD Master Audio, plus 4 short documentaries, trailers, actor interviews & lots of other extras.

18 and Life on Skid Row at werd.com

18 and Life on Skid Row

Skid Row was an 80s hair-band juggernaut but there’s a lot more to the story. Sex, drugs, & excess, yes but flamboyant frontman Sebastian Bach went on to grace the Broadway stage, with starring roles in Jekyll & Hyde, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. He also appeared for seven seasons on the hit television show The Gilmore Girls. This is his tell-all.

PornBurger at werd.com

PornBurger

If you’ve got a burger fetish, this book is for you. Created by Washington, DC, chef, food stylist, and burger perv Mathew Ramsey, Pornburger is the ultimate guide to the beefcake, offering insights on meat blends, grinds, and cooking methods plus buns & custom condiments, all scandalously photographed.

Raising Men at werd.com

Raising Men

Written by an ex-Navy Seal sniper, Raising Men applies lessons learned in training that fathers can pass along to their sons. Not the sniper stuff, more general ideas about adventure and exploring the great outdoors together to gain a greater father & son connection.

Draplin Design Co.: Pretty Much Everything at werd.com

Draplin Design Co.: Pretty Much Everything

Renowned graphic designer, highly-sought speaker, professional ‘junker’, and self-described Large Man, Aaron James Draplin has created logos and brand identity for everyone from the Obama Administration to Burton Snowboards, and his first book, Pretty Much Everything stands as a mid-career survey of work, case studies, inspiration, road stories, lists, maps, how-tos, and advice.