The Swiss Army Knife Book

If you have a Swiss Army knife, chances are you know a little something about how to make it in the wild. But because we've been surrounded by an abundance of sophisticated and high-tech camping gear, we rarely need to use our bushcraft skills at the same level we used to. With renowned woodsman Felix Immler's The Swiss Army Knife Book, which details more than 60 different projects for explorers of all ages, you'll have more than enough material to fill a weekend carving utensils, building shelters, starting fires, and improvising using just a single tool.

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    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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    Andy Warhol has been both popular and polarizing since the beginnings of his career, but there's one thing everyone can agree on: his pioneering, dynamic styles in art and commerce have left a lasting legacy. For the first time, the less-known works and projects — sculpture, photography, and film — are being brought together with his biggest hits in The Impossible Collection, a printed compendium of pop art appreciation that demands to be seen. Measuring in at 14 x 17 inches with over 100 illustrations and housed in a luxury clamshell case, it's sure to become a highlight of your coffee table reads.

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