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.

  • The Guitar Collection

    Part history lesson, part photo book, all bad-ass. That pretty much sums up The Guitar Collection ($1,500-$3,000) , a journey through the most important guitars in music, curated by dozens of guitar experts from public and private collections around the world, and lovingly photographed so you can see every scratch, crack, and oily knob in all its glory, including axes used by Buddy Holly, Kurt Cobain, Jeff Beck, and many more. It comes in a custom-made guitar case, along with a certificate of authenticity, the companion book Stories, and one of three signed museum-quality prints from photographer John Peden. Available in three editions — one for each of the prints — and limited to just 1,500 copies each.

  • Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs

    It's not always easy to find a rock n' roll wife who had a blooming career before her star struck hookup, but that's certainly the case with this one. Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs ($43) celebrates the work of Paul's late wife, who used her undeniable photographic skill and unprecedented access to the world's most notable people to create a collection of photos that stands on its own as a body of work that's nearly as impressive as her hubby's.

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