It’s easy to feel like half the man you used to be when you’re wearing an apron & properly pronouncing endive. One possible antidote to Kitchen Emasculation would be to get your dishpan hands on this set of Samurai sword knives. The set of 4 includes a bread, utility, & paring knife as well as a chef’s meat carver. Chop Chop!
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone into a meat thermometer? No, not the start of a joke. An actual product. Range Smart thermometers plug into your phone & not only monitor the precise temp of whatever you’re cooking but it also creates graphs and charts you can use to perfect your recipes. Of course if you’re a microwave-only chef, as many of us are, you will not need this.
These high-impact graphic prints featuring a colorful, Swiss modernist design style have absolutely nothing to do with the punk rock bands & shows they’ve taken as their subject matter. But let’s face it, no self-respecting, middle-aged former teen punker is going to hang an actual show flier on the gallery-like wall of their midtown loft. These, you could. And they come ready-to-frame in a book by designer Mike Joyce featuring 200 posters.
You’re already late to the stand-up desk craze currently sweeping our cubicle nation but this convertible sit or stand desk will get you on trend instantly & let you sit back down when you’re over it. A dry erase surface coupled with push-button electronic adjustment for easily switching up your position, it’s also designed to accommodate your treadmill in case you wanna jog while pretending to work.
In addition to exposing generations of American boys to the particulars of female anatomy, the National Geographic Society has been using photography to inspire concern for the planet since 1888. They’re now pulling 125 of their most iconic images & offering them up for auction. Proceeds of these sales will go back into NatGeo’s efforts to preserve their vast image archive.
For many of us, a phone & the palm of our hand are all the desk we need but for those with more European tendencies, this clever, railing-mounted balcony desk is a great alternative. It’s made of lightweight, recyclable plastic with enough space for your laptop, water bottle, & other “working from home” essentials. Like a wineglass. Or a race program.
Nothing beats powerful suction. Dyson figured that out long ago with their cyclone vacuum technology. Now these suckers have a new device. It’s called the Hard and all the bursting innuendos aside, it’s a vacuum designed for cleaning your hard surface floors, like tile & wood. In one simple, fluid motion, this cordless vacuum sucks up dirt & and wipes away grime. via
Spanish artist Jesús Prudencio has created a collection of illustrated A3-size color posters celebrating cool cars from memorable movies. DeNiro’s taxi from Taxi Driver, The Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters, plus cars from Pulp Fiction, Back To The Future, Goldfinger, and more.
Vermont native Chelsea Miller handmakes these knives one at a time using local materials. The knife blades are made from discarded farriers, a tool used in the shoeing of horses and the handles, made of Apple, Spalted Maple and Cherry wood are also sourced in the Green Mountains of Vermont.