Inspire wanderlust daily with Gray Malin notebooks, featuring Gray's best-selling aerial fine art photography.
- Silver Foil-Stamped Detail on the Cover
- Size: 57⁄8 x 8.25", 148 x 210 mm
- 136 Lined White Pages
- Gilded Silver Page Edges
- Blue and White Cabana Stripe Endpapers
- Foil-Stamped Bellyband
- Artist: Gray Malin
Gray Malin’s awe-inspiring aerial photography is shot from a doorless helicopter, creating stunning visual celebrations of color and repetition. This two-sided 500 piece puzzle features a majestic winter wonderland scene on one side and an array of colorful skiers on crisp white snow on the other side. This two-sided puzzle is the perfect gift for puzzle and fine art photography enthusiasts alike.
- Package: 11.5 x 8.5 x 1.5", 292 x 216 x 38 mm
- Complete puzzle: 24 x 18", 610 x 458 mm
- 500 double-sided pieces, one side glossy and one side matte
- Contains informational insert about artist and image
- Minimal Puzzle Dust
- Ribbon Cut
- Artist: Gray Malin
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$ 24.99 $ 18.74In Playing Through the Pain: Ken Caminiti and the Steroids Confession That Changed Baseball Forever, writer Dan Good seeks to make sense of MLB MVP Ken Caminiti’s fascinating, troubled life. Good began researching Caminiti in 2012 and conducted his first interviews for his biography in 2013. Since then he’s interviewed nearly 400 people, providing him with an exclusive and exhaustive view into Caminiti’s addictions, use of steroids, baseball successes, and inner turmoil.Visit product page →
Decades later, the full truth about Major League Baseball’s steroids era remains elusive, and the story of Caminiti, the player who opened the lid on performance-enhancing drugs in baseball has never been properly told. A gritty third baseman known for his diving stops, cannon arm, and switch-hit power, Caminiti voluntarily admitted in a 2002 Sports Illustrated cover story that he used steroids during his career, including his 1996 MVP season, and guessed that half of the players were using performance-enhancing drugs. “I’ve made a ton of mistakes,” he said. “I don’t think using steroids is one of them.”
Good’s on-the-record sources include Caminiti’s steroids supplier, who has never come forward, discussing in detail his efforts to set up drug programs for Caminiti and dozens of other MLB players during the late 1990s; people who attended rehab with Caminiti and revealed the secret inner trauma that fueled his addictions; hundreds of Caminiti’s baseball teammates and coaches, from Little League to the major leagues, who adored and respected him while struggling to understand how to help him amid a culture that cultivated substance abuse; childhood friends who were drawn to his daring personality, warmth, and athleticism; and the teenager at the center of Caminiti’s October 2004 trip to New York City during which he overdosed and died.
The San Francisco Playing Card Set from Galison features two standard size decks of playing cards decorated with charming illustrations of the city’s famous landmarks. The set is packaged in a sturdy drawer style keepsake box perfect for gifting and easy storage.
- Unique art throughout
- Sturdy drawer box
- 54 playing cards
- Box size: 3 x 4 x 1", 76 x 101 x 25 mm
- Artist: Hennie Haworth