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0:01 - Parting Shots from the World of Sports
     

0:01 - Parting Shots from the World of Sports

by Steve Wulf, Mike Greenberg
 
A humorous collection of photo-illustrations from the popular back page of ESPN The MagazineImagine Joe Paterno as George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life. Or Terrell Owens sitting at a table for eleven at Thanksgiving. Or celebrity dogs playing poker. These are some of the humorous images that can be found on 0:01, the satirical back

Overview

A humorous collection of photo-illustrations from the popular back page of ESPN The MagazineImagine Joe Paterno as George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life. Or Terrell Owens sitting at a table for eleven at Thanksgiving. Or celebrity dogs playing poker. These are some of the humorous images that can be found on 0:01, the satirical back page of ESPN The Magazine. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes evocative, always current, 0:01s chronicle the personalities, events, and cultural touchstones of sports, and prove just what a slightly twisted picture is worth. Organized thematically -- bad boys, animals, holidays, et cetera -- and with behind-the-scenes accounts of how the images are designed and created, 0:01 offers as many laughs as it does commentaries on the sports world. And as a bonus, the book will include some 0:00s -- shots the creative team behind 0:01 wish they had made.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933060224
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/10/2006
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
8.32(w) x 10.24(h) x 0.42(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

Meet the Author


Steve Wulf is the co-author (with Daniel Okrent) of the best-seller Baseball Anecdotes (Oxford University Press), as well as the co-author of I Was Right On Time, the autobiography of Negro Leagues legend Buck O'Neil. A founding editor of ESPN The Magazine, Wulf has also been on the staff of Time and Sports Illustrated, and written for Entertainment Weekly, Life, The Wall St. Journal and The Economist. A father of four, he can often be found watching his kids jump horses, throw fastballs, shoot pucks and drain three-pointers.

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