Every state in the union has good local beer and with the Beer Cap Map you can display your favorites from coast to coast. Made from real wood in the beer-friendly state of Wisconsin, Beer Cap Maps are currently available in a map of the whole USA as well as 48 individual states—Alaska & Hawaii are coming soon.
Created by Dutch designer Gerard de Hoop, the Frames 2.0 shelving unit and room divider offers lots of space for your books & objets d’art & its unique design packs flat for easy transport and storage. The system is made of 12 rectangular frames of varying sizes available in natural oak or American Ash finish.
New York-based pop artist Adam Lister has created a collection of pixelated paintings of familiar icons ranging from cinema classics like Jaws and The Shining to Grant Wood’s American Gothic and more. His prints are available in several sizes printed on 300 gsm acid-free archival paper.
Urban Light Factory is a small German company that specializes in rescuing & repurposing vintage car and motorcycle parts by turning them into elegant, handmade desk and floor lamps. Each lamp comes with a history sheet telling you about the vehicle where the lamp started its life.
These Vermont-made, wood-scented soy wax candles from farmhouse pottery bring the freshness of the great outdoors inside. Cedar, oak, maple, birch, fir, and pine scents are available, poured into vintage, reclaimed glass & featuring recycled letterpress packaging.
These decorative magnetic boards are made from actual driftwood. They’re found at random on the world’s beaches, stamped with their location coordinates, and then fitted with magnets to magically hold stuff like your keys or tools.
Mate is a wall hanging chess board that will put your strategy on display. Part wall art yet fully functional, it’s designed and built in Michigan and offered in a wide array of custom colors. The game pieces are laser-cut from Baltic birch ply. Checker pieces are also available. Measures 18.5″ wide by 23.5″ tall by 2.25″ deep. A fully funded Kickstarter project.
A fantasy nerd named Stentor Danielson, who is also a geographer based in Pittsburgh, applies J.R.R. Tolkien’s whimsical mapping style to turn American cities into fantasy lands of castles and dragons. Maps are 18” X 24” printed on heavy gloss paper.