Coffee stored in a canister keeps your morning Joe tasting better longer. This unique stainless steel coffee canister allows the CO2 produced by the coffee to escape through a one-way valve in the lid that locks in flavor and lets the gas pass. Source
Chess is a game for smart people and weirdos, which means it’s a game for almost everyone. This elegant chess set features game pieces milled from solid aluminum and available in several anodized finishes plus a board surface of etched carbon fiber or glass. The design is a very modern play on the most classic board game of all time.
American graphic artist Aaron Draplin, creator of Field Notes Brand, has been turning out posters of his favorite U.S. states featuring local logos, landmarks, wordmarks, and classic cultural goodness. Printed on high-quality paper in bold colors, limited-edition posters of Texas, Utah, Kentucky, Alaska and so on, will put your hometown pride on display.
You can get your own photos printed on a mug, on a t-shirt, in a book, on a giant canvas, so why not wood? Woodsnap offers custom photo printing onto wood from environmentally-friendly sources, in a variety of sizes and shapes. Choose your size, upload your image, and they ship it to your door.
To most people, international airports are just noisy, crowded, germ-infested zoos in which leaving ASAFP is always the main goal. But maybe you’re not most people. Maybe you really like the Billy Goat Tavern at O’Hare or that one bathroom stall on concourse G at MSP. The Runway Series artist prints memorialize the world’s busiest airports, showing an overhead map, stats and each hub’s IATA code letters.
If you’re a bachelor and aim to keep it that way, these illustrated prints from pop artist David O’Keefe are exactly the type of art you need hanging on your walls. Cartoon caricatures from classic man-movies like The Godfather, Animal House, and Caddyshack will send out the vibe to ensure first dates won’t lead to second ones.
Constructed of stainless steel and durable Iroko wood, this foosball table is built to endure the inevitable spindle spins, bumps and beer spills associated with this classic, full-contact bar game.
For those randoms who somehow aren’t fans of the TV zombie series The Walking Dead, these minimalist prints from Toronto-based artist Ryan MacArthur will require an explanation. Everyone else will know what’s up immediately.
A pictogram conveys its meaning through its pictorial resemblance to a physical object. Designer/illustrator Viktor Hertz has applied this technique to some classic rock artists, like the Stones, Springsteen, Bowie, and The Beatles, creating a thought-provoking poster series. Can you name the tunes?
If conversations about the art hanging in your home all end with, “I don’t know what it is, she got it at IKEA,” these prints from Epic Frequency will give you more to talk about. They’re visual renderings derived from the waveforms of iconic audio recordings. Neil Armstrong’s “One small step”, JFK’s “Ask not …”, MLK’s “I have a dream” speech, etc. And if those don’t suit your decor, you can make a custom print with your own audio.