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.
Long, stressful days spent plugged into the matrix can make it almost impossible to unwind and fall asleep. Soothing music or nature sounds played as you summon the sandman can help. Bedphones are ultra light, wafer-thin, on-ear headphones made specifically for those quiet intervals between wake and sleep. Choose your own lullaby.
If movie-time for you means a complete vacation from reality for 2-hours, Dark City could be worthy. Of course you also have to be down with a dark, comic-book style hero playing the lead. If you saw the movie Crow or I, Robot, you know that visionary-weirdo director Alex Proyas will take you places you’ve never even dreamed of.
The honeymoon with your iPad is obviously over now that you’re using it to swipe through spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations. You might as well just store it with the rest of your work materials. The BinderPad pouch allows you to click your iPad right into the rings of that beloved three-ring binder you keep all your other crap in.
Judgmental types might think that having a collapsible stainless steel shot glass on your keychain is a sign of a little drinking problem. But they’re wrong. The people who are hitting it off the bottle like pirates are the ones with the problem. You’re what is called a professional. (source)
Denzel Washington played the “world’s most notorious drug kingpin” Frank Lucas in the movie version of this tale. But this book is straight from the horse’s mouth. Frank Lucas himself wrote out his incredible story of rising from poverty in the south to international infamy, becoming New York City’s number one heroin dealer. How did he get bounced early from a hefty prison bid and how did he survive to tell this tale? Read it and find out.
Raise your hand if you want to have a small mechanical arm installed in your car to hold your phone. Okay, that makes nobody. So, how about just dropping a grippy little self-adhesive silicone pad on the dash to hold your mobile device in place? Way easier. Even if you drive like a psychotic dick, the phone is staying put.
This professional grade 8-pound demolition hammer is designed to take down walls. The pointed end will handle Sheetrock, concrete and tile lickety-split. The 36-inch fiberglass handle is lighter and safer than wood and features non-slip TPE padding to reduce hand fatigue while you’re smashing shit apart.