Years ago you ditched your big, boxy TV and upgraded to a flat screen. So why are your poor pet fish still swimming around in a tank from the 70s? They’d surely be happier in a sleek, new wall-mounted tank. And it’s not just good for the fishies, it’s good for you. These tanks save space, energy and feature convenient, touchscreen controls and auto feeding.
Artist Dave Murray may or may not have been drunk when he designed this series of beer posters. After all, he is Canadian. But really, the style of this giclée print series looks more like Picasso or Ozenfant—a bit more Cubism than Alcoholism.
These minimalist prints from Macedonian graphic artist Marko Manev will do a great job of downplaying your obsession with comic book characters while at the same time decorate your walls with the unmistakable symbology of your fantastic friends. Spider-Man, The Invisible Woman, and Wolverine are just a few of the options.
Prague-based designer Vadim Kibardin has taken what looks like a bold step toward a new, ultra-minimalism with his Black & White Clock. The clock is gone, and all that remains are the numbers. Four independently powered forms display nothing but accurate time when you mount them on the wall. During the day the numbers appear black, when it gets dark, the display turns white.
Remember college? No? Try this: Lose twenty pounds, empty your wallet, hide the kid’s car seat in the closet and light one of these candles. Let the youthful “Dorm Room” scent, a combination of cologne, weed, and Fritos take you back to those golden days of yore.
Nobody before or since has played a psycho-killer as naturally terrifying as Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Now you can re-live this sick and twisted moment of Hollywood history every hour on the hour. Artist-designer Chris Dimino has designed a cuckoo clock that re-enacts the bathroom hatchet scene from the film. When it strikes the hour, this cuckoo says, “Here’s Johnny!” followed by a scream from Shelly Duval.
If you’ve ever gone hunting for a good movie poster, you know they’re hard to find. So let us share. Italian-born London artist Claudia Varosio creates her own graphic take on classic films, designing totally unofficial yet awesome movie posters in a style that may just work perfectly with your décor.
Remember that annoying little dude in college who always saved empty liquor bottles from the parties and displayed them in his “trophy case”? No? Okay, well pretend you remember him. That same dude finally found something to do with his trophies. He’s making lamps out of them. And you can buy one. Or many.
Before you bend over for the lawyers and give her half of everything, you should really spend some of that capital. Maybe in the past, a 20-foot long animatronic Triceratops would’ve seemed like a waste of $350K. Not now. This thing’s got built-in digital motion sensors that cause it to move when you walk past. It also packs a thousand-watt speaker to belt out its terrifying, prehistoric skrawk. Seems like a bargain to us.