For those of us that live, breathe, eat, and wear the Internet, it's hard to believe that it has been ten years since everyone's favorite crowd-sourced tee shop opened its virtual doors. Threadless: Ten Years of T-shirts ($15) showcases 400 of the very best T-shirts the site has offered in its decade of business, offering a unique look at the evolution of popular art of the last ten years, and also chronicles the business itself, from its humble beginnings to million-user glory.
Part travel diary, part investigative reporting, part recipe book, and wholly entertaining, Boozehound ($16) is quite the read for any sauce-loving creature. Written by Jason Wilson, spirits writer for The Washington Post, this 240-page hardback chronicles Wilson's adventures in Europe and the Americas as he searches for the answers to such primal questions as why we drink what we drink and where does it come from, all while offering up simple yet obscure recipes using the hooch described in each chapter.
Weighing in at 800 pages, two volumes, and over ten pounds, The Story of Eames Furniture ($130) is the definitive look at one of the world's most iconic brands. Written by Marilyn Neuhart, who worked with the Eames' for nearly 30 years, this amazing tome covers all the bases, including Charles and Ray's lives, the Eames Office, and its contribution not only to furniture design — which is undeniable — but also to the evolution of the relationship between designer and manufacturer.