The Art of Pixar

The Art of Pixar

Whether you're an animation buff or simply like learning more about the creative process, The Art of Pixar ($35) is a requirement for a cool coffee table this fall. Spanning over 300 pages, this unique tome offers a behind-the-scenes tour of every Pixar film to date, including the complete color scripts, select visual development art, and a foreword by Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter. A fitting accompaniment for Steve Jobs, and way more flip-through friendly for your couch-dwelling guests. [via]

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    In all honesty, we could probably just print the tagline for Felon Fitness ($11) — "How to Get a Hard Body Without Doing Hard Time" — and leave it at that, but since we are talking about prison, and the word "hard" appears twice in that statement, we figured some clarification was in order. This 224-page guide to getting buff focuses on exercises and techniques used by real-life inmates, all designed to leave you looking like you've been to jail and back — without the random scars and poor-quality tattoos, of course.

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    We're still trying to wrap our heads around the loss of our favorite CEO — he certainly left his dent in the universe — but out of all the eulogies we've seen so far, we're still waiting to hear Steve's story from the man himself. Written by hand-picked biographer Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs by Walter Issacsson ($17) tells the tale of Steve's professional and personal life, informed by unprecedented access to Jobs, his family, friends, and co-workers, including details of his final days at Apple, and reflections from Jobs as he faced what he called "Life's greatest invention." Rest in peace, o turtlenecked one. You will be missed.

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