Dirty Library is an illustrated humor book for adults that reimagines 45 classic children’s book covers, giving them a delightfully twisted, raunchy, and hilarious new spin, plus fun illustrations, charts, and back covers, man-on-the-street opinions, readers’ guides, interviews, and much more.
Go to any bookstore, and you'll find reams of hackneyed, dumb, touchy-feely self-help books for singles.
Sadly, no one has written a hackneyed, dumb, touchy-feely self-help book for vegans yet. Don't you think it's about time? Learn More
Dita is the most popular model today. Her distinctive style is a unique combination of retro glamour, pin-up and high-art eroticism, always perfect down to the smallest accessories. She only works with the best photographers Baker, Czernich, James & James, Weathers and, combined with her clear vision of how she wants to look, the result is always 100% stunning and 100% Dita. Learn More
Dita: Stripteese is a set of three exquisite little flip books, nestled in a gorgeous flocked keepsake box and featuring Dita Von Teese’s most popular burlesque performances, as photographed by Sheryl Nields. A perfect collectible book for fans of Dita, the undisputed Queen of Burlesque and the author of Burlesque and the Art of the Teese/Fetish and the Art of the Teese, as well as classic burlesque devotees and anyone who loves a playful and beautiful package, Dita: Stripteese is a stunning and unusual visual tribute to this one-of-a-kind performer.
While we now enjoy this exploitative genre for its campy kitsch, gloriously bad writing, and outlandish misinformation, drug paperback books were once a transgressive medium with a perversely seductive quality. Learn More
Informative, entertaining, and executed with the same tough, sassy, DIY attitude—leavened with plenty of humor—that the sport is known for, Down and Derby is the first and last book on derby you’ll ever need. Learn More
Ukiyo-e, the art of woodblock design and printing, enjoyed a symbiosis with the kabuki theater almost from its inception in the late 17th century, with a significant number of images devoted to the popular theater. Learn More
UKIYO-E - "images from the floating world” - were the most popular art-form of 19th century Japan. Like modern-day manga, these prints could be mass-produced and were admired by people from all sectors of society; and as in manga, the art of ukiyo-e included significant sub-genres dealing in violence, erotica and horror.
So a guy or a gal walks into a bar and orders a . . . what? A Belgian lambic? A German Hefeweizen? An American barley wine? Today, with thousands of beers being made in the U.S. and many, many imported ales and lagers available at taverns and retailers, the once-simple decision to have a beer may feel a little like drowning. Learn More