Looks like a dart, works like a hook. Ha ha. Sold in sets of three, screw-in wall mount.
There’s no shortage of hand grenade-themed products out there. These are oil lamps made from real US Army surplus grenades. Instead of blowing off your arms, these disarmed grenades burn scented lamp oil and provide warm, consistent mood lighting. Isn’t that nice?
Every holiday season for the last 35 years Star Wars gifts have found their way under the tree but this year you can put your beloved spiritual advisor Yoda on the tree. And don’t worry he won’t compete with the reindeer, angels, and elves because they’re make-believe and both you and Yoda are well aware of that fact.
If you still haven’t outgrown your childhood comic book heroes, these original art posters from graphic artist Greg Guillemin could cause an instantaneous pup tent in your Underoos. His artfully re-imagined minimalist designs celebrate all your super friends: Batman, Iron Man, Silver Surfer, The Hulk, Spidey—the whole crew.
Oatmeal is for breakfast. Put some pop in your place with this (safe, non-toxic) graphic wallpaper. Bye, bye beige.
Aside from a choppy, pixelated 8-bit walk down memory lane, what real uses are there for classic Nintendo game cartridges? How about turning them into bookends? Yeah, sure.
The artisans from Starling Ink are turning hubcaps from classic cars into functional, funky wall clocks that will look badass hanging on the wall of your man room or garage. They have hubcaps from all makes and models, maybe even your first car if you got your license back in the 70s.
If you spend your entire workday watching the clock and trying to telepathically urge it toward five p.m., this wall-mounted jumbo flip clock is going to make you even crazier. It’s big, bold numbers flip mechanically reminding you of every passing minute, even though it feels like time is standing still.
Technically you don’t need to store bottles of table wine on their side. Flat storage is for aging. But regardless, this wine rack made from a discarded bulldozer sprocket will add a bit of industrial edge to your home décor.
Coasters are supposed to protect your furniture from drink rings and these little square slabs of slate from a quarry in upstate New York will do exactly that. Just be careful you don’t drop one the coffee table or the hardwood floor, they’ll do some damage.