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Desktop Dumpsters at werd.com
Desktop Dumpsters

You won’t be able to dip behind your Desk Dumpster to take a leak. But other than that, this miniature replica is real in every detail.  Made of 14 gauge steel and tagged up with candy-paint graffiti, this functional desktop storage fits 8.5 X 11-inch items and any other smaller junk you want to toss in there.

BUY IT   $250 Also posted in Space

The Art Of War Prints at werd.com
The Art Of War Prints

The Art Of War by medieval Chinese militant, Sun Tzu, holds many secrets. And now, this classic text has been adapted into a futuristic graphic novel by Kelly Roman and artist Michael DeWeese for HarperCollins books. Sun Tzu’s warrior wisdom is delivered in dripping detail from DeWeese’s twisted artistry. The book’s limited edition, hand-signed prints are made in runs of only 200. In addition, twenty dollars of your purchase price is donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, a charity for battle-wounded veterans.

BUY IT   $90 Also posted in Space

Reclaimed Nut Bowl at werd.com
Reclaimed Nut Bowl

Society and popular culture would like us to believe there’s really not much use for old nuts. But they’re just wrong. All it takes is one creative person willing to knock the dust off and play with them. In the right hands, old discarded nuts become the implements of artistry. Just look at these beautiful nuts and try to disagree. They’re beautiful, no?

BUY IT   $130 Also posted in Space

Oil Can Cabinets at werd.com
Oil Can Cabinets

The young designers at Hamburg, Germany’s Lockengelöt studios are turning used 50-gallon oil drums into unique, industrial-strength “cupboards.” The drums are cleaned out, reinforced, and fitted with shelves & a door. The drums are also stackable, if you need more than 50-gallons of storage space.

BUY IT   $475 Also posted in Space

Cigarette Magnet at werd.com
Cigarette Magnet

Butts are gross. Not the ones Sir-Mix-A-Lot sings about, the other ones, cigarette butts. But these aren’t the real, stinky kind. They’re just magnets, perfect for sticking pictures to your fridge. No carcinogens, no hacking cough, just a sorta sick novelty.

BUY IT   $15 Also posted in Space

Art Du Temps Clock at werd.com
Art Du Temps Clock

We won’t even pretend to know how this thing works. Beneath its matte grey, industrial finish, it’s a Swiss clock. Designed by French ID guy, Julien Ado, and Paris design house, Illi, the articulating square tiles of the clock beat like a heart, counting the seconds. Actual time is revealed by voice command.

BUY IT   $90k Also posted in Space

American Film Posters – Polish Style at werd.com
American Film Posters – Polish Style

A movie poster featuring bold design should make an impact in any language. Even Polish, where the letters C, Z, and W, tend to dominate. Is that a Polish joke? These poster designs were all created by contemporary Polish artists and measure 27 X 39 inches.

BUY IT   $35 Also posted in Space

Nicholas Brawer Antiques at werd.com
Nicholas Brawer Antiques

You can’t buy good taste, but with enough money someone else can buy it for you. That’s where Manhattan-based “Mantique” aficionado Nicholas Brawer comes in. He’s an art historian and British furniture expert who surrounds himself with unique industrial treasures. His Upper East Side gallery is a showplace for a revolving collection of the finest in manly artifacts.

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Tyler Stout’s Limited Edition Star Wars Posters at werd.com
Tyler Stout’s Limited Edition Star Wars Posters

Fellow Jedi, set your alarm for Dec 31st and stay close to your internet device all day, because a limited-edition series of Star Wars movie posters will be released this Friday at a random time. The illustrated posters, designed by Tyler Stout come in an edition of 850 for $50 and another more limited run of 250 for $100. Be ready to click fast and use the force if necessary.

BUY IT   $50 Also posted in Space

Bike Part Furniture by Matt Shiley at werd.com
Bike Part Furniture by Matt Shiley

One man’s old crank is … actually, forget the punchline. Artist Matt Shiley is creating fine industrial-style furniture from found bike parts. And his sculptural, intricately crafted seating is like nothing you’ve seen before. Far from simply refined recycling, Shiley’s works look much more MOMA than MTB.  Proudly handmade in the USA.

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