Benjamin Moore, who has been supplying paint to Fenway Park for over a decade has just created a limited-edition collection of Red Sox-inspired paint, including “Boston Red,” “Baseline White,” “Foul Pole Yellow,” and, of course, “Green Monster.” Boston fans also proposed a “Yankees Suck Blue” but the color didn’t make it past the first focus group.
Are you a Star Wars fan or fanatic? Handmade in Nepal using hand-knotted wool and bamboo, this 6′ X 6′ Death Star rug from Toronto-based rugmaker Totem, is not just ultra-cool, it’s also ultra-limited. Only 5 were produced. Would you?
Laser cut from veneers of Baltic birch, these bathymetric charts display the contours of the land beneath the sea in colorful relief. Charts of the Hawaiian Islands, Great Lakes, and major ports of the eastern seaboard are all available.
Awhile back we featured The Filmography Of Cars—a poster from artist Catherine Lavery featuring iconic movie cars. Now she’s created another: The 24” X 36” Filmography of Aircraft poster features 100 intricately detailed illustrations of iconic aircraft covering 100 years of aviation.
If you can’t take a joke about religion, keep scrolling down because these religious parody candles feature the faces of sinners like Nick Cage, Eddie Vedder, Christopher Walken, and lots of other popular non-saints.
Featuring technical drawings on vintage-style paper stock, these posters transform old patent diagrams into wall art. Collective Oliver Gal has created a whole series with prints from iconic patents: a 1928 Harley, the Porsche 911, the Wright Bros. flying machine, and the Gibson Les Paul among others.
In the ongoing pursuit of new materials worthy for both upcycling and creating cool designs, Oxgut has landed on firehose. They make all kinds of unique products and furnishings using decommissioned fireshoses from U.S. fire departments.
Breaking Bad had to end. Luckily, you now have HBO’s True Detective. But before every loser on earth starts claiming superfan, you need to own this one. Buy a 24” X 36” graphic print & hang it on your wall or mail out a set of TD postcards and let fools know (before these latest designs by Nigel Dennis sell out).
Even the guys who strap these big, burly military gas cans to their tricked-out Rovers have no idea what to put inside them. Well, the dudes at Danish Fuel figured it out. They converted the old Jerry Cans into wall-mount bar cabinets with walnut shelves inside for keeping your favorite fuel stylishly stored and easily accessible.
The mini museum is a portable collection of curiosities: ancient stuff like dinosaur bones and matter from carbonacious chondrites. Weird stuff like mummy wrap, coal from the Titanic, and a piece of Martian asteroid. These specimens and scores more are arranged in blocks of clear resin and come in 3 sizes.