The Photo Ark

There's something about a great portrait that endears its subject to the viewer. That goes for animals, as well. The life work of photographer Joel Sartore, National Geographic's The Photo Ark: One Man's Quest to Document the World's Animals is an unrivaled collection of photos highlighting animals both big and small. With a focus on endangered species, Sartore has been traveling the globe photographing animals in captivity, with some of the best seen here, alongside background from wildlife author Douglas Chadwick and a foreword from Harrison Ford. Weighing in at exactly 400 pages, it's a coffee table tome that's simultaneously enjoyable and thought-provoking.

  • Playboy: The Complete Centerfolds

    There has been a lofty status attached to being a Playboy centerfold since Marilyn Monroe was selected as the very first subject back in 1953. Playboy: The Complete Centerfolds provides the full line of beautiful models from the Monroe images in 53' through February of 2016. Published initially a decade ago, this edition has been thoroughly updated and encompasses 734 nude centerfolds along with decade openers from esteemed writers including an all-new essay from award winning journalist Elizabeth Wurtzel.

  • Legendary Authors and the Clothes They Wore

    From Hunter S. Thompson's signature shades to Tom Wolfe's white suit, renowned wordsmiths have impacted not just our minds, but also our wardrobes. With this in mind, Legendary Authors and the Clothes They Wore is an ode to those fashion icons. Ranging from Oscar Wilde to David Foster Wallace, Terry Newman examines 50 trendsetters of the literary world and how they've influenced modern style. With black-and-white photographs, excerpts from their works, and quotes from the authors themselves, it's content is sure to satisfy book nerds and fashion enthusiasts alike.

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