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.
The musical tinkling of forged steel from Busted Knuckles’ “Wind Chime With Wrenches” will lend a calming sense of the ethereal to your workshop. Crafted from recycled wrenches, this unique piece will artfully compliment the smell of motor oil and buzz of powertools. If you’re man enough for some workshop whimsy, this could be the piece that ties the whole garage together.
Are you the dad of a teenage daughter? If so, order several of these lamps. One for the entryway, maybe a pair for the living room. Hopefully they’ll cause an unsettling, perhaps terrifying effect, on the zit-faced teenage dirtball who’s picking up your little angel for a “movie” date. The AK-47 replica ought to cool his jets.
The look of this fan will blow you right back to the 1940s. An oil-rubbed bronze machine is complimented by walnut-finished wooden legs. It may look old, but it performs: 3-speed adjustments and 50-degree oscillation. It stands 74-inches tall.
After installing this handy hanger/hook on the back of your office door, make a violent smashing sound and come out looking wild-eyed. But don’t say a thing. Let your co-workers discover the axe on their own. In the workplace, being feared is better than being liked.
Cool is hard to define in words, but it’s pretty easy to spot in pictures. Sonic Editions is now offering a series of high-quality, archival photo prints of the coolest pop culture icons of all time. John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, 007, and of course the coolest of all, Steve McQueen. They come in a variety of sizes & frame options, and their pricing is pretty cool, too. (Source)
If you’re an adult still into Star Wars, you’re pretty much a Space Cadet already. Why not step-it-up and decorate your pad accordingly? Artist Steve Squall has created a unique set of Star Wars Recruitment propaganda posters that will really dress up the walls of your parent’s basement. Who knows, mom might even think you’re joining up and moving out!
Asteroids, Joust, Gálaga, all the classic arcade video games had these big, juicy buttons. Now you can get the same rapid-fire feel on your household light switches. They’re custom made, so you can choose any color combination of green, red, yellow, blue, white, black, purple or orange.
After doing your rudeness, light one of these scented candles on your way out of the bathroom. That way, your “man can” won’t stink up the whole house. Scents like Fresh Cut Grass, Sawdust & Campfire smell a lot better than whatever the hell you just gave birth to in there. Yes, keep the fan on, too.
Unfortunately, every one of the destinations featured on these Star Wars posters is located in a galaxy, far, far away. You may never ski the slopes of Hoth or bask on the beaches of Dagobah, but you can dream. The minimalist styling of these illustrations is the handiwork of Chicago-based designer, Justin Van Genderen. His online gallery offers a wide variety of on-demand print options.