Rick and Morty: The World According to Rick
By Rick Sanchez, Matt Carson
As the most intelligent being in the multiverse, I've got a lot of knowledge to drop. Check out this collection of my words of wisdom. If you 're smart, you 'll pay attention - Rick SanchezEach season Rick and his grandson Morty embark on thrilling domestic and intergalactic adventures, all for the benefit of science (and Rick's inflated ego). But what makes the depraved genius tick? Now Rick is eager to impart his unique (and sometimes disturbing) take on life, love, and everything in-between for the benefit of aspiring mad scientists everywhere. Giving a unique insight into a deranged mind, The World According to Rick is a collection of Rick's most meaningful (and meaningless) sayings, monologues, and quotes, complete with a personal introduction by the mad man himself. Isotope 322. This stuff's so powerful, Morty, it makes Isotope 465 look like Isotope 317 - Rick on ScienceThere's pros and cons to every alternate timeline. Fun facts about this one: It's got giant telepathic spiders, eleven nine-elevens, and the best ice cream in the multiverse! - Rick on Interdimensional Time TravelOut of the frying pan, dot dot dot, huh, Morty? - Rick on AdventureWhen a Rick is with a Morty, the genius waves get cancelled out by the, uh, Morty waves - Rick on MortyA truly distinctive volume, this collectible is sure to become a cult favorite like the show that inspired it, and an invaluable reference for Rick's millions of fans.
The Retronaut Guide to Keeping Pets
By Chris Wild
Millions are addicted to the Retronaut blog, one of the Web's leading visual sites, that shows you the past you never knew existed. Here, in the first of a new series of books, the site's founder, Wolfgang Wild, brings together an astonishing and thought-provoking collection of photographs from the hidden and forgotten corners of the archives. Often witty and entertaining, sometimes thought provoking, and at times puzzling, these images will make you think, look again, and marvel at the way we were. The Retronaut Guide to Keeping Pets is the first book to reveal how people once thought it amusing to picnic with crocodiles, and will appeal to anyone who enjoys laughing at cats on the internet.
The Retronaut Guide to Raising Children
By Chris Wild
The highly successful Retronaut blog looks at the past as it has never been looked at before. Here, in the second of a new series of Retronaut books, the site's founder, Wolfgang Wild, brings you a thought-provoking collection of photographs from our hidden history. Often witty and entertaining, but also thought-provoking and at times puzzling, the images are chosen to shift our perceptions, making us think-and look again. Discover what our ancestors considered to be good parenting in the days before the 'care' was put into childcare, from dangerous sports to the best brand of cigarette for your baby. A perfectly reassuring gift for today's new parent, this book will also appeal to anyone who likes pictures of babies in sunglasses.
Real Life Family Photography
By Amy Drucker
Go beyond the birthday snapshot and learn how to take inspired and unposed family photographs that capture the ages and stages of family life. Real Life Family Photography puts an end to awkward family photos, encouraging you to take inspiration from the every day details, while offering tips on fundamental techniques such as exposure, composition, lighting and focus. There's even advice on how to photograph babies and pets, giving you the knowledge and freedom you need to take unique, frame-worthy pictures.
Retro Comics Journals
This keenly priced pack of three softcover journals reproduces classic comics covers from the 1950s, including Teen-Age Romances, Strange Worlds, Baffling Mysteries, and Web of Evil! Inside every journal are sample comic strips such as Sirens of Space!, and each one is either gridded, lined, or blank. Fun and funky, this unique journal pack is sure to raise a smile!
By Lawrence Harvey
The Lomography phenomenon shows that interest in - and love for - cheap, fun cameras has never been stronger. But the few plastic-lens models that are still manufactured are only the tip of the iceberg, with hundreds of amazing, exciting, weird and wonderful models widely available - and at low prices.This book is the first to look at every significant 'people's camera' launched since Kodak's Box Brownie brought cameras to the masses in 1908 and launched the photo revolution - providing a fascinating insight into the tastes of previous generations.
The Rules of Photography and When to Break Them
By Haje Jan Kamps
One of the most popular cameras on the market is called the Digital Rebel, yet many photographers use it and its brethren following tired old rules from tired old photographers. This book shows new and intermediate photographers that they can move beyond the dogma and shoot more creatively, right now. If youre just starting out with a camera, or are starting to think about switching away from auto, this is the perfect book for you. Not only will you find within all the classical rules useful basic knowledge that can sharpen anyones eye for a great photograph but you'll simultaneously be shown how you can push the boundaries that many teachers erroneously set, filling your memory card with exciting, refreshing pictures every time.