Back in the day, everyone had a print of a movie or TV character on their wall. We always found this a little odd. Listen, we dig the work of Steve McQueen and enjoy watching The Dude down White Russians, but having them stare at us 24/7 is a little weird. These Character Kits from Alizee Lafon, are a stylish way to pay tribute to some of your favorite protagonists. No beady eyeballs fixated on you, just all the gear you'd need to hop on set if need be. Choose from Pulp Fiction, The Big Lebowski, Mad Men, and many other fine films and shows.
You use Foursquare to not only inform others of the places you've been, but also as a sort of visual life story. You can remember checking in at certain places and the travels you have made just by looking at your phone. Now you can turn all that tiny data into something beautiful for your wall. These Etch prints are ... continue reading
It might be a rare occasion, but if you have ever dropped your pocket knife in a pond while out camping, you know the annoyance involved in retrieving that sucker. The Cork Knife eliminates any fear of cutting rope on the side of a lake or whittling wood over a creek while you're on your next trip. The cork handle ... continue reading
When it comes down to it, everyone on Instagram is an artist. The pictures you take might only mean something to you, your mom or your boo, but they still mean something to someone and that's kind of the point of art in the first place. Let's face it though, Instagram isn't as important to everyone else as it is to ... continue reading
For all the incredible adjectives you could use to describe Seinfeld, "stylish" is probably not the first that comes to mind. From Jerry's blindingly white sneakers to Elaine's sweet-ass dance moves, style was one of the only things the show wasn't about. If you want to display a bit of love for one of the greatest ... continue reading
You probably store your everyday carry items in one of two ways. Either you toss them in a bowl or some sort of valet, or you haphazardly strew them about your apartment making for a morning game of hide and seek with your cell and wallet. For an artistically sweeter and macabre way to store your gear, consider the ... continue reading
If you have one blank wall in your home that you think you need to acquire random pieces of art to fill, think again. Simply slap a Cinematographic Wall Mural up there from PIXERS and you'll take care of the full thing in one shot. Each of the murals is a fractal ode to a popular film that will completely change the ... continue reading
Admit it, you want a White Russian every time you watch The Big Lebowski and a Singapore Sling any time you flip through the pages of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (along with an assortment of less legal items). To help you out in crafting these drinks, Pop Chart Lab has created The Cocktail Chart of Film & Literature. ... continue reading
A few days ago, Google had a particularly epic doodle that referenced Psycho, Vertigo, North by Northwest, The Man with the Golden Arm, Spartacus, West Side Story, Anatomy of a Murder, Around the World in Eighty Days and Ocean's 11. The entire thing was a tribute to the late, great designer Saul Bass. Artist/Designer ... continue reading
We're not scientists, but we do believe most animals are born and not assembled by hand. (Except for the Gila monster, that dude's constructed in an awesomeness factory somewhere.) Still, we have to admit, these Animal Blueprints are mighty sharp. Styled like 1950's architectural blueprints, each piece of art depicts ... continue reading
The female form is awesome. Comic books are awesome. Art is awesome. Mixed media extraordinaire Sandra Chevrier combines all of those things into a series of Comic Book Portrait Collages that are as eerie as they are fun.
Hanging an animal skull on your wall is one of the most manly ways to decorate your crib. It's right up there with a traditional bearskin rug in terms of awesomeness. Regardless of how manly those things are, though, they're also kind of morbid when you think about it. Stephan Alexandr takes animal skulls, jaws and ... continue reading
Buying vintage cameras to put on display in your home is a ridiculously expensive way to decorate your pad. Sure it would look cool to have a bookshelf full of old Leicas and Polaroids, but you would probably have a hard time... you know... paying rent. Another option if you're a photography buff is to slap this new ... continue reading
You've already seen the Dark Knight brushing his teeth and Spider-Man chowing down on a taco in Gregoire Guillemin's print series entitled "The Secret Life of Superheroes." Now the artist is back to shed more light on what happens when superheroes stop being polite saving lives and start getting real. Now you can feature ... continue reading
What originally started as a teenager painting graffiti in Paris evolved into an artist with an unconfirmed identity claiming the world as his gallery. As important as it is to see the TED award winning artist's work in person, it's not exactly everywhere... yet. If you can't make it to one of the few installations ... continue reading
There are two types of posters you can buy to display your love of cars. The first is the kind you probably had when you were in middle school. They featured a tricked out ride barely visible because of the girl in a bikini next to it. To be clear, there's nothing wrong with that. At all. However, as a sophisticated ... continue reading