1. Punk Tees By Martin Popoff
I kept coming across this book & wanting to get it but I recently just came across it again & it was only $2 so I had no choice but to get it. I haven't fully read this book, but I skimmed through the pictures & as a designer it is very cool to see these iconic t-shirts becoming relics. It's exciting for me to see a t-shirt have so much meaning for someone. I am definitely looking forward to reading this entire book.
2. Mythical Monsters By Chris McNab
When I was at the flea market over the weekend I found this kids book full of drawings of mythical creatures. I got this book to inspire me to draw new things that might have not came across my adult mind. Don't be surprised if you see some new Whadafunk designs with some weird looking crazy mythical look to them.
3. Me INC. By Gene Simmons
I always like to watch documentaries from old rock bands that have gained a crazy amount of stardom from doing their own thing. When I seen this book on the clearance rack, I figured why not give it a shot. I am a few chapters in already & I am already inspired. Gene Simmons is a icon & why not read a book more about his business mind.
4. Graffiti New York By Eric Felisbret
As a Graffiti book collector, I had to add this to my bookshelf. This is a book from old school new york graffiti to the new school. Graffiti is always changing and evolving but it is always good to look back at what people have done & changed over the years. I definitely reccomend this book to anyone who is interested in graffiti.
5. Crushing It By Gary Vaynerchuk
Gary Vee bought a Whadafunk shirt one time, so I had to buy his book. I liked to read this book because it is more about other peoples experiences using their own social media tactics on how to gain exposure. It is very good for the modern entrepreneur. Although it is short, it is a good book to read & maybe pass onto your fellow entrepreneur friends.