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Beyond the Wall: Art and artifacts from the GDR (XL-Format)
Funk & Soul Covers (Klotz)
Hollywood in the 30s
75 Years of Marvel Comics. From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen (XL-Format)

Beyond the Wall: Art and artifacts from the GDR

Funk & Soul Covers

Hollywood in the 30s

75 Years of Marvel Comics

Hardcover, quarter-bound, with ribbon bookmark, thumb index and booklet, 8.7 x 12.6 in., 904 pages
$ 150
Hardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 576 pages
$ 19.99
Hardcover, clothbound, with fold-out, 8.5 x 13.4 in., 162 pages
$ 49.99
Hardcover with fold-out, ribbon bookmark, and four-foot accordion-fold timeline, 11.4 x 15.6 in., 712 pages
$ 200
A groundbreaking volume offering the most comprehensive overview of GDR visual culture. From fashion photography to secret police surveillance equipment, this unrivalled catalog features more than 2500 artifacts, design pieces, and everyday objects, gathered from the collections of the Wende Museum, Los Angeles.
More than 500 covers that visualized African-American music at the moment it became international and massively influential. With cultural context and interviews with key industry figures.

“A string of artworks that have defined various strands of black music for decades... This is about as funky as a chicken with Ray-Bans watching Ferris Bueller while starring in a Rick James video.”
Record Collector, London
lllustrator Robert Nippoldt and film critic Daniel Kothenschulte team up to pay homage to the golden era of Tinseltown, when silent films became talking pictures, stars got even more glamorous, directors more megalomaniac, and politicians and the mob hankered after just one piece of the dazzling action.
A Hulk-sized tome spanning eight decades of the heroic rise of Marvel as it magically mutated from 1939’s four-color upstart to a 1960s pop-culture dynamo to current Hollywood heavy hitter. With essays by comics historian Roy Thomas and a huge fold-out timeline that chronicles the entire Marvel history
Winsor McCay. The Complete Little Nemo (XL-Format)
Mid-Century Ads (Klotz)
Saturday Night Live. The Book

Winsor McCay. The Complete Little Nemo

Mid-Century Ads

Saturday Night Live. The Book

Hardcover, clothbound, 2 vols., 13.5 x 17.3 in., 708 pages
$ 200
Hardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 720 pages
$ 19.99
Hardcover with ribbon bookmarks, 11.0 x 11.0 in., 500 pages
$ 49.99
A world premiere in full, glorious color, this is the first complete reproduction of all 549 episodes of Little Nemo, Winsor McCay's masterful comic creation that inspired artists from Robert Crumb to Federico Fellini. In the companion volume, art historian Alexander Braun provides the most comprehensive, illustrated study to-date on McCay's pioneering dream narrative.

“The key to McCay’s magical world, missing until now, even in the artist’s native America.”
—Timur Vermes
Sit back with this anthology of ads and zoom back in time to the height of American postwar consumerism, when real life Don Drapers labored day and night to sell everything from girdles to guns.

“If you're a graphic design nerd, a marketing guru looking for a coffee table book or just a lover of pop Americana, trust us, you want this for your collection.”
Huffingtonpost.com, New York
The history and making of SNL since 1975.
In celebration of SNL's 40th anniversary: the complete history of the show, on stage and behind the scenes—made with full access to the SNL archives