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Mid-Century Ads

Celebrate a golden age of consumerism with Mid-Century Ads: Advertising from the Mad Men Era ($60). Arriving in a slipcase, this two-volume set contains over 700 pages of advertisements from the '50s and '60s, including full-color ads and interesting insights from authors Jim Heimann and Steven Heller. Arriving in February 2012, or just in time to brighten up the middle of a dreary winter. [Scouted by Jimmy]

  • Nano House

    Explore the small interiors of space-limited homes in the pages of Nano House ($20). Prime coffee table fodder, this 224-page tribute to the tiny takes a look at forty shining examples of interesting, innovative living spaces 650 square feet and under. It's almost enough to make you rethink your current living arrangement, until the realization that you'd need to jettison your LEGO collection snaps you back to reality.

  • All Access

    What do you do when you're given total access to the most recognizable stars of the music business over the course of forty years? Well, you take pictures, of course! At least that's what Ken Regan did. All Access ($50) chronicles Regan's best work, from his early shots of Dylan and the Rolling Stones to later photos of Bruce Springsteen, Sting, James Taylor, U2, The Who, Madonna, and others, accompanied by backstage stories that are often as entertaining as the photos themselves.