Richard Perez is an artist in Portland that does fantastic design work for some huge firms. He also finds time to make stylized illustrations of Coen Brothers characters and post them to the Coen Cast Tumblr. Well, Richard, we like your style, dude.
Do you remember those old music of the month clubs that you probably tricked your mom into letting you sign up for? You'd take a bunch of stickers of albums you wanted from their book and put them on the order form and FIVE ALBUMS FREE!!! Except you were almost certainly committed to being enrolled for at least 5 purchases ... continue reading
We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
As much as we love Evernote (really, we use it for everything), we wouldn't be able to survive without pocket notebooks. Yes, Evernote has fantastic web, mobile and application options for just about any device under the sun, but we really like writing things in pocket notebooks because of their convenience and the ... continue reading
Monitoring your meat temperature is the difference between a perfectly grilled piece of meat and something that looks and tastes about right. You don't need a meat thermometer to make a delicious piece of meat on the grill or in the oven, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't own one because most men want to take their ... continue reading
We don't own a boat. It's on the list of the things to do, but we're not quite ready to break out another thousand when we have friends for that. Where are you going to park it in a big metropolitan area? Who's going to take care of dry dock maintenance? Which side is port? Starboard? Ahoy! Normally, we'd leave the ... continue reading
Immediately removing your shoes when you enter your home is just generally something people do. You won't get yelled at for tracking the outside in. You'll have to mop a lot less often. Most importantly, it gives you a reason to put on house slippers. But what if you have to take out the garbage and your shoes are ... continue reading
There are plenty of good looking options out there for wireless audio. There are also plenty of options for wireless charging for just about any phone. What there aren't are single devices that serve both of those purposes. The Orée Pebble 2 does both of those things and more. It's a Bluetooth speaker that broadcasts ... continue reading
We'll buy just about any functional product made of copper because, well, copper, but these new MAKR tumblers bring patina potential to a whole new level. Each of the tumblers is hand turned from food grade copper and bears the Made in USA stamp of quality MAKR is known for. The short tumbler measures 2.75" x 3.25," ... continue reading
From the profile view, the Tern Perch looks like a shiny % sign. That might seem irrelevant, but it's a whole new level of minimalism when it comes to wall mounts for your bike. The single piece of 5052 aluminum that it was fabricated from can support up to 40lbs, but it's so minimal that you might forget it's there ... continue reading
We can't think of anything we've owned for over two decades. When you start talking Heritage and multiple owners it's a different story, but we honestly have no idea if anything we purchased ourselves over twenty years ago is still around. That is especially true when it comes to belts. We have veg-tanned pant cinchers ... continue reading
36 Countries. 600 Days. 5 different motorcycles. 125k+ miles. That's what Alex Chacon has been doing for, obviously, a while. He took a GoPro mounted to a stick with him for his Modern Motorcycle Diaries, and documented parts of the trip with 360 degree video selfies that can only be described as epic. Yes, epic selfies.
Your meat is ready to go. Your fixins and toppings are all picked out. The only thing left on the agenda before you get to devour them is to actually cook them. We love grilled burgers as much as every single one of you reading this, but there are other options that require less prep time, are better suited to cooking ... continue reading
Parrot has been making damn cool drones for a while, but the new Bebop is easily the best one yet. Hi-def 1080p video recording. 14 megapixel fisheye lens. Built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Full on flight simulator style Skycontroller. Four antennas. Compatibility with first person goggles. 8GB built-in flash storage. 3-axes ... continue reading
If you were a computer generated, genetically evolved ape, wouldn't you be pissed if Gary Oldman shot a rocket launcher at you? In the grand scheme of things as they relate to this movie that's probably insignificant when compared to: a devastating virus! talking apes! and and a potential ceasefire, but we can't get ... continue reading
Samsung has a few different mirrorless options. The new NX3000 (available June 1) stylishly bridges the gap between the too-selfie-obsessed NX Mini and the more costly NX300 model. Yes, this model still has the full screen LCD that does a full 180 so you can take the best selfies in the history of hashtag selfies... ... continue reading