Whether you’ve come out to your friends about it or not, if you’re a Kid Rock fan, this book is right up your alley. Shot by Jeremy Deputat, I’m Kid Rock What’s Your Excuse?, is a 176-page hardcover book of intimate, often scandalous, behind-the-scenes photographs of the middle-aged radio rocker doing middle-aged radio rocker stuff. via
With global deforestation almost complete, these simple wood sculptures by L.A.-based artist Paul Foecker, made from Coastal California Cypress will do more than just add a natural element to your drawing room; they’ll teach your future grandkids about biology, tree rings & the mysteries of nature in a way that computer simulated wood simply can not.
Finally, it seems, after several years of unmitigated shoe-design spazzery, the obscene overuse of fluorescent colors may, just may, be starting to subside. With only a few hits of safety orange, the new Lunar Presto is a great choice for your summer workout. Featuring a cool, all-mesh upper with Flywire in the lacing cage and heel, this shoe is lightweight, supportive and a bit easier on the eyes.
The Coen Brothers make amazing movies. Inspired by those films and the crazy characters who make them great, artist & illustrator Chet Phillips, has created a series of posters featuring unforgettable Coen Bros. dudes and quotes from the films. Fargo, Raising Arizona, & of course The Big Lebowski. Pick your poison.
Astonished by the sky-high Nielsen ratings for the show Doomsday Preppers, the crew of tactical experts at Lansky Knife & Tool realized it was high time to assemble some of their best survival tools into a kit. The T.A.S.K. Apocalypse Survival Kit is a pack that includes a battle ax, a 20-function multi-tool, blade sharpeners plus a LifeStraw™ water purification system, LED flashlight, compass, and more.
If you’re one of those old school guys who for no good reason refuses to pay another man to mow your yard, you might take a liking to this all-wheel drive Husky. This Honda-powered 22” push mower is built for all-terrain, off-road action and since the AWD does all the work, you’re not really “pushing” you’re just walking behind it.
Don’t feel bad when nobody wants to sample a shot from your titanium & aluminum V12 espresso engine. For one thing, you didn’t buy it for the quality of the coffee it produces, and secondly, cleaning out 12 espresso “exhaust pipes” is a pain anyway. So just stand back and admire it like you’re supposed to.
The 2009 Academy Award-winning animated short Logorama, focused on the use of logos and brands, telling the story of our times through the products and services that surround us on a daily basis. Ludovic Houplain, the film’s co-director and researcher, has now released a book that catalogs an exhaustive collection of over 7000 current logos, symbols and trademarks from around the world.
In the wide world of watches, if there’s one thing lacking, it’s choice. With only about 17,642 brands and styles to choose from, we timekeepers are all clamoring for a new brand to check out. Found one: The Hudson River Watch Company is making great looking, classic style watches designed right there on the banks of the Hudson in NYC. Each of their 9 models is inspired by and named after a New York City street.