National Geographic has the best photos in the world. This massive new photography book features 352 pages of the magazine’s most iconic & incredible images as well as the amazing stories behind the photos from the last 125 years. There’s possibly some nudity in there, too. You hope.
One of the last true American outlaws, country-western-folk-rock legend Willie Nelson is a man who has always spoken his mind and lived life in a way that he saw fit—regardless of the laws or pressure from the man. This rambling autobiography takes readers inside the life and times of a man to whom rebellion, show business and stoner storytelling have been a way of life for over 40 years.
Coffee fanatics take it black. This stuff, which is cold-pressed and steeped for 16 hours in an oxygen-free wine tank is about as pure as it gets—hence the name, Pure Black. It’s a full-flavored cold brew guaranteed to make your hair stand on end.
The ancient Filipino Bali-Song is more commonly known as a “butterfly knife.” Illegal in many parts of the world, the one-handed weapon is considered just too deadly. This new Bali-style 2GB USB drive is totally harmless but it sure looks lethal.
This is the first authorized Springsteen biography in 25 years and The Boss himself granted acclaimed music writer Peter Ames Carlin unlimited access to his family, his band, and his private inner circle. Years of research and interviews went into the making of this book that paints a sweeping portrait of one of America’s most beloved rock legends.
You never really know when you might need to screw in a really dark place. Having a tool equipped with a built-in LED light will make all the difference. This 6-in-1 multi-bit driver from Craftsman will help you get it in right the first time.
American graphic artist Aaron Draplin, creator of Field Notes Brand, has been turning out posters of his favorite U.S. states featuring local logos, landmarks, wordmarks, and classic cultural goodness. Printed on high-quality paper in bold colors, limited-edition posters of Texas, Utah, Kentucky, Alaska and so on, will put your hometown pride on display.
This is the official “Little Black Book” of the serious beer drinker. This 240-page Moleskine journal includes a beer glossary, pouring tips, glass types, a home brewing log, space for recipes, addresses, and tasting notes. Don’t worry about space for phone numbers. If you’re actually keeping a beer journal, chances are, dating is low priority.