We’re all for the ultralight approach to outdoor adventure. Packing light helps keep you focused on the action, but there is such a thing as packing too light. Like, if you’re being stalked by a rogue mountain lion and all you’re carrying is a goo shot and a rape whistle, you’re bumming. But, if you’ve got this featherweight titanium-coated knife in your fannypack, you might just make it back home to tell the tale.
Back when Married … With Children was on primetime, Christina Applegate was the hottest chick on TV as Kelly Bundy. And admit it, TV mom Peg Bundy was on fire, too. Who doesn’t love a redhead milf stacked up on high heels? Bring it all back with this complete MWC series. 32-discs deep, bro, dig in.
For some people, writing notes down on paper really works. For others it’s just a reminder that they have the handwriting of a 90-year old lady. If you’re actually able to read what you write, this weekly desk calendar made of adhesive-back sheets could help you stay organized.
These minimalist prints from Macedonian graphic artist Marko Manev will do a great job of downplaying your obsession with comic book characters while at the same time decorate your walls with the unmistakable symbology of your fantastic friends. Spider-Man, The Invisible Woman, and Wolverine are just a few of the options.
Keanu Reeves’ 1987 performance as one of a pack of high school losers in the Pacific Northwest is completely out-shined by the compelling weirdness of Crispin Glover and Dennis Hopper. One of these loser kids killed a girl and nobody seems to care. “Wanna go see the body?”
11/22/63 is the day JFK was assassinated. In Stephen King’s latest novel, due out in November, the master of suspense takes us back in time with an unlikely character who plans to prevent the JFK shooting. At nearly 1000 pages, King’s rewriting of this crucial moment in American history becomes a more human story, a rich and detailed trip into the Twilight Zone that only Stephen King could pull off.
Vampire stuff, yes. Zombies? Oh, definitely. This gory little stopper ought to keep your red from gushing out all over the floor as you writhe in pain at the sight of your own vital fluid pouring out. Sorry, getting amped for Halloween a little early here. It’s handmade and hand painted. Don’t be scared to support zombie art.
At just 16-years old, photographer Neil Leifert snapped one of the most iconic photos in the history of football. It was Alan Amache’s sudden death touchdown, in a battle that’s been called the “greatest game ever played.” That one photo kicked off Leifert’s career in sports photography, and he’d go on to net over 160 covers of Sports Illustrated and 40 covers of Time Magazine. Now Leifert’s classic, high-impact images of football’s golden age, from ’58 to ’78, have been collected in a glossy, 296-page hardcover from Taschen.
When you walk in the door from a long day on the job and sling your jacket onto one of these beer bottle coat hooks, you’ll be instantly reminded where you need to go next: straight to the fridge for that ice cold beer you deserve.
Wanna get your Banksy on without the risk of arrest? Unleash your Krink pens on this sketchbook that features 80 images of clean New York City walls instead of blank pages. No need to rush or run before you’re done.