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.
When you wake up each morning still dead, a pod-style automatic coffeemaker is the lazy man’s lifesaver. And this new one from Nespresso will not only make a mean espresso in seconds flat, it will also brew you up a full-size 8-ounce cup of joe. Available in red, black, & chrome.
The wall-mount design of this desk saves space and mounts flush to walls of all types. It’s made of solid English Walnut with a natural oil finish & features a spacious 58’ X 20” worktop and convenient cubby drawers in the front.
Painting is dead. TV on the other hand is reportedly in the midst of its Golden Age, so it is with absolutely zero irony that Restoration Hardware has created a TV stand modeled after the classic artist’s easel. It is made of steel and wood and allows for precise height adjustment and will roll as far as your power cord is long.
The Float Tables from RPR are made of a matrix of pseudo-magnetized wooden cubes that flex when pressure is applied then dynamically return to their original shape. Available in various types of walnut and other hardwoods.
Even though these candles from Baxter of California are called the Ash Series, they don’t actually smell like ash. Inspired by a cozy campfire, the scents are cedar, pine, sandalwood and cade. You know, trees. Nothing un-manly about burning a candle that smells like trees.
In certain scenarios, heavy-duty, industrial-grade equipment is the only reasonable option. So, this.
The classic Fiat 500 isn’t much bigger than the typical American refrigerator but actually turning the tiny 2-door into a working fridge is a wild idea. One that came from the creative minds at SMEG, a modern Italian appliance maker. Using only the front end of the car, they put a 100-liter capacity fridge under the hood.
Technodrome1 is the name of the Brooklyn-based artist who creates these candy-colored Gicleé prints of celebrities, rappers, and movie characters. From Cookie Monster to your boy Hov, these prints are pure pop.