Whether you already own a motorcycle or two, you're in the process of shopping for a new set of wheels, or you're just a fan of beautiful, custom bikes, Cafe Racers: Speed, Style, and Ton-Up Culture is the book for you. Tracing the culture and history of the (in)famous cafe racer from its origins in England in the 1960s, to its resurgence in North America and Europe, this book chronologically documents bikes from then to now. With beautiful museum-quality photography and accompanying text, it tells the story of these tuned and customized bikes from their inception as the rides of choice for rock stars, to their current popularity with riders of all types.
If you've never heard of Thug Kitchen, odds are you've been
sleeping cooking underneath a culinary and pop-cultural rock. If you have, you're well-familiar with the food blog's slang- and swear-infused approach to mostly vegan and vegetarian health-food recipes. Now, Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F*ck is making the leap from digital to paper, giving you the ammunition you need to stop eating like crap and start feeling good. Packed with exclusive recipes and photos never seen on the site, cooking guides, and helpful shopping tips so you can ball on a budget.
Much like the monolith changed the face of humanity irreversibly, 2001: A Space Odyssey forever changed filmmakers' approach to science fiction films for the better — introducing new ideas in the realms of cinematography, special effects, and more. And now with The Making of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, you'll gain deep insight into the creation of one of the greatest science fiction movies of all time. This four-volume collection of hardcover books includes everything from film stills and behind the scenes interviews, to the original screen play with production notes from Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke.