If the hunt for that perfect piece of iconic art for the wall of your bachelor pad has come up short, these fictitious family portraits from TV and film might fill your void. Hand-drawn in color pencil by artist Kirk Demarais, they’re sure to look great between your velvet Elvis and the oil painting of that creepy crying clown.
The term disposable income was coined for stuff like this. It’s a 1:6 scale Hughes MD 500 helicopter but it’s not an RC toy you can fly. It’s a ceiling fan with carbon fiber blades designed by Italian artist Raffaele Iannello.
Depending on how you play it, sometimes life feels like a game. This colorful work of fireplace art, for use in your decorative/non-working fireplace will add to the effect. Designed with a classic 8-bit Zelda vibe, it’ll brighten up your living room without burning a thing.
After 50 years of making skateboards nobody has come up with a material superior to wood. That results in millions of snapped boards per year. Now, the wizards at Art Of Board have come up with a way to recycle all these slabs of perfectly good laminated maple. Their Sk8 Tiles feature the graphics, scratches, and scuff the boards suffered before being snapped & turned into colorful mosaic tile.
Like the annual Man Trip that promises steak, whiskey, and cigars for three meals a day, these Man Candles are likewise not designed for women. With scents like Riding Mower and 2-By-4 that should be pretty freakin’ obvious. Sorry ladies … sort of.
Rocco Malatesta is graphic artist based in Berlin, a city that has inspired artists ranging from Berthold Brecht to Bowie. Malatesta has created a limited-edition series of film posters of Hollywood classics featuring colorful, high contrast graphics.
Nintendo’s arcade classic Punch Out has been creatively memorialized by artist Chris Lange in his series of collage prints of the game’s characters all made from scraps of pages from Nintendo Power magazines. Odd, yes, but such is art. This set of nine 5X5 prints features Glass Joe, Bald Bull, Piston Hurricane; the whole gang.
This four-drawer cabinet designed by artist Mark Moskovitz is called the Facecord cabinet. It looks like a stack of firewood. Isn’t that funny? The price tag is also somewhat amusing.
What good is a wine barrel once it has been drained of its contents? Well, the folks from Napastyle figured something out. They’ve created this wine rack made from a pair of reclaimed oak barrel staves. It holds five bottles, which isn’t much wine really. Maybe you should get two.