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The Impossible Collection of Cars

The Impossible Collection of Cars

Odds are you don't have the cash to buy all -- or even a few -- of the dream rides contained within, but at least the pages of The Impossible Collection of Cars ($650) let you ogle them as if they were your very own. This limited edition, 144-page volume features spectacular photography and brief writings on a whole swatch of iconic vehicles, from a 1909 Blitzen Benz to a '97 Porsche 993 Turbo S, presented on cotton paper with a black rubber presentation box and cutout metal plate, making for a package that's nearly as luxurious as the cars themselves.

  • And Here's the Kicker

    You don't need to be an aspiring comedy writer to enjoy and appreciate the wisdom shared in And Here's the Kicker ($12) — but it helps. Written by Mike Sacks, this hilarious, helpful book is based on conversations with 21 of the top humor writers alive today, who share their experiences and stories of the comedy writing scene with as much funniness as they employ in their actual work.

  • Max100

    Almost 25 years since it debuted, the original Air Max 1 was not only the first Nike with a visible air pocket, but was also designed by an honest-to-goodness architect. And the only person who might love the Air Max 1 more than us is Matt Stevens. Last year, he decided to create a visual interpretation (drawing, painting, pancake, air freshener, what have you) of the sneaker every day for a month. Now, he's bundling all of those up and doing 40 new ones for Max100 ($50). The art book for sneakerheads features exactly 100 illustrations of the greatest running shoe of all time.

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