Forget the recycle bin. This is a much better way to reuse your bottles. Chicago-based, Nick Paul heats discarded glass, crafts the perfect tumbler & ships them in their original carton. Maybe the future will bring mugs from double deuces & pitchers out of 40s. One never knows.
Finally a box you won’t want to hide under your desk. Designed by BMW Group DesignworksUSA for Thermaltake, each system component of the Level 10 Chassis is encased in its own compartment making hardware visible and easily swappable. This gaming station adds a little sophistication to your childish pleasures.
No civil infractions accrued for swiping road art. Rhode Island-based, Boris Bally crafts one-of-kind furniture from retired signage. Inspired by bold graphics & adaptive reuse – each piece is truly original with availability based on what he can scavenge.
HD vid-phones are cropping-up everywhere – but this is the first capable of continuous auto-focus on 720p video recording. Sony’s Vivaz also includes a 640×360 resistive touchscreen, built-in GPS & killer camera with face-detection.
Finally you can leave your dad’s gear in the locker. 25-year old pro, James Lepp designed these golf kicks with only one thing in mind – style. He didn’t sacrifice function either – the technical attributes are covered (grip, stability, waterproofing & durability). Available in a wide color palette with a bonus dome cover, if you prefer.
Bring Mustang Sally home. This 1965 Ford’s fiberglass body has been shortened & inlaid with a 4ft x 8ft pool table with built-in levelers. Front & rear detailing are original & custom painting optional. Perfect for the pony lover in all of us.
Drawing inspiration from vintage medical labels & packaging, The Elements of Islay depicts the distillery’s ‘element’ symbol alongside a batch number. Believing age is less important than character – this single malt is just what the doctor ordered.
Straight from Austria, Imco is the world’s second oldest lighter manufacturer. Starting as a button fabricator, the outfit switched to lighters crafted from spent ammo shells after WWI. The iconic Triplex was designed in 1936 & is still produced according to original design.
Mario Kart was hella fun. Now, imagine the same game with licensed vehicles in authentic cities – instead of cartoon carts in mushroomland. Blur is Mario Kart in the real world. Play on.
Inspired by a passion for finding fantasy in the mundane, Spy’s Kubrick glasses are available in 4 shades. With 100% UV protection & custom metal detailing, they may not help you unleash creative film magic, but at least you’ll look Hollywood this summer.