The Box Of Vision archive collects the work of rock-n-roll’s most prolific icons: Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and John Lennon and lets you display your music catalog in a tabletop album that also features 2 art books and a unique storage system for the music. All together it makes a great, tangible tribute to your favorite music.
A leather six-pack carrier is more practical than you’d think. Okay, it’s really not but it looks cool. Kinda like bondage gear for your beer.
Carved and sculpted entirely from pink Himalayan salt, this set of shot glasses with matching serving tray will add the perfect snap of saltiness to your favorite tequila.
Once hot buttered rum cools down it tastes like crap. Keep it hot for the holidays with this architect-designed kettle. Clean lines and proven insulating power make this a great alternative to sipping slimy rum out in the cold.
Time goes forward. Design however, seems to be stuck in reverse. But look back over your shoulder and you’ll recognize the power of classic craftsmanship. The Ion Lamp, with its triple-coil Edison bulb, porcelain base, and twisted cloth power cord is about as retro as you can get without a time machine.
This 3-piece set of foldable stainless steel grilling tools will fit in the drawer. We were floored, too. The sturdy, wood-handled spatula, fork, and tongs come in a handsome wooden carrying case. Perfect for the obsessed grill-master in your life.
Heads up party people, box wine just got a little less embarrassing. Instead of a cardboard box, wine comes in a cask made from a real military surplus ammo box with a built-in tap. Ready made kits let you (or your unsuspecting guests) tap into 3-liters of the wine of your choice. You can also join the20wines.com wine club for regular refills.
The little holiday break is a great time to dig into a good book. Especially one with such an outrageous plot. Remember to read responsibly.
Those “Lost Fluffy” signs you see stapled around the neighborhood are kinda funny until you’re making one of your own. The Tagg pet tracker will eliminate this not-funny-now experience. Using a lightweight collar unit and app-driven GPS technology, you’ll find him fast. In a pinch, it could also work for kids. Just sayin’