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The 1997 Masters

The youngest champion. The first non-white winner. The lowest four-day total. The largest margin of victory. A lot of records were set during Tiger Woods' iconic first victory at Augusta. The 1997 Masters: My Story tells the tale of that weekend in Georgia through Tiger's eyes. Filled with first-hand insight and never-before-heard stories, this 250-page read provides a unique view of the historic tournament, 20 years later.

  • Surf Shacks

    Despite the stereotypes, not all surfers live in huts down by the water. Surf Shacks: An Eclectic Compilation of Surfers' Homes from Coast to Coast takes you on a tour of these eccentric wave riders' abodes, from urban apartments to the occasional seaside abode. More than just showing you their domiciles, the book also offers a glimpse into their day-to-day lives, from their artistic hobbies to their habits.

  • Art Record Covers

    Great artists usually create the most iconic album covers. And in Art Record Covers, the relationship between artists and the album covers they've contributed is explored. The book features 500 album covers and records by visual artists from the 1950s through today. Among those are classics like Mapplethorpe's portrait of Patti Smith for Horses, Takashi Murakami's work for Kanye West's Graduation, and a look at The Velvet Underground & Nico, arguably the most iconic album cover of all-time with artwork by Andy Warhol. Readers are also treated to interviews with creatives like Kim Gordon and Shepard Fairey along with insightful analysis and details about each album cover.