Most of us just had a youthful infatuation with Sigourney Weaver but for those among us who are more into the fantastic “world” of Aliens with its weaponry and dazzling sci-fi technology, this book is its own kind of porn.
A bad swing that results in snapping the head off a driver is a golf tradition as old as the game itself. Now these casualties of the game come back to life at the 19th hole. Handmade from real vintage clubs, each bottle opener is one-of-a-kind.
Apparently there’s more to magic than macho man Criss Angel’s silly TV tricks. In Fooling Houdini: Magicians, Mentalists, Math Geeks, and the Hidden Powers of the Mind, writer Alex Stone explores the strange and fascinating underground world of magic.
If these wooden wallets kind of remind you of that wooden one-hitter called a Dugout, you’re not alone. But instead of a brass bat and some heady nugs, these are made for carrying cards and cash. Made from a single piece of maple or walnut, they hold up to 8 credit cards and feature a leather strap magnetic closure.
That coffee cup full of plastic pens on your desk should be replaced with something more reflective of your professional goals. Something like a pewter monkey pen holder to cradle your fine writing implement. Desk art designer Jac Zagoory makes this and much more.
Made from upcycled clear glass bottles and fitted with copper-top wicks, these stylish table-top tiki torches will make your summer parties glow deep into the night.
Between marriage and having babies, your friends are dropping like flies. And for those upcoming farewell occasions like bachelor parties and due dates, you need gifts for your soon to be locked-down bros. The practical guidebooks to manhood in this series are the perfect way to say good luck and goodbye.
Stainless steel is pretty much indestructible, which is a perfect material for something that spends most of its life near your ass. In addition to being ass-proof, these wallets, made from smooth, stainless steel fabric and trimmed with ballistic nylon are constructed from 85% recycled materials.
Have you ever seen anyone playing a plastic violin? How about a polycarbonate acoustic guitar? Didn’t think so. That’s because the sound-producing qualities of wood are better. Now you can experience the warm tones and sonic clarity of (recycled) wood in your earbuds. Sound good?
American culture is in large part, car culture. Pulitzer Prize-winning author & car nut Paul Ingrassia’s new book Engines of Change: A History of the American Dream in Fifteen Cars, explores the cultural significance of 15 important cars, from the Model T to Mustang to the Prius.