What do you get for someone who has everything? That’s a tough question to answer, but let the library give you some inspiration this year.
Local, but internationally-renowned, artist Kris Kuksi has released a book featuring stunning photos of his assemblage art. In Divination and Delusion, Kuksi “successfully merges a sumptuous echo of the past with a satirical and critical commentary of our modern industrial world.” Order online here.
Is there an audiobook listener on your list? Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy is a beautifully packaged audio and print combination that includes over eight hours of interviews that gives us insight into a unique and tumultuous time in our country’s history.
If you’re looking for music, there are several great options. Lioness, a posthumously released album, contains previously unreleased songs by Amy Winehouse. The music is a collection of songs “that deserved to be heard.”
Movie buffs will not be disappointed with the selection available this holiday season. The Big Lebowski has become a cultural icon, and now it’s available on Blu-ray and packed with a collector’s edition illustrated book.
If television action and intrigue is more your giftee’s speed, Lost: The Complete Collection is also out on Blu-ray and in a unique package that includes a collectible game of Senet, a replica of the island, and over three hours of never-before-seen footage.
And for those sports lovers, ESPN has released a collector’s set of their 30 for 30 films. Award-winning filmmakers apply their own perspectives to extraordinary sports stories from the last thirty years. The limited edition set includes a retro ESPN logo hat and over five hours of bonus features.