The hard decisions shouldn't be which kind of table should you get, a dinning table or a game table? They should be about whether or not you should raise or fold. While it won't necessarily help you become a better poker player the Convertible Dinning Table will get rid of your first dilemma. At face value it looks ... continue reading
The collision of art and music can result in a lot of things - drug fueled trips down the yellow brick road, pools of vomit, and - occasionally - something actually worth hanging on your wall. Erika Iris Simmons art is definitely the type that you're going to want to hang on your wall at home, the office, the girlfriends, ... continue reading
You probably already know the benefits of using whiskey stones instead of ice in your drink. Basically, they cool your drink without watering it down so you get all the flavor you expect at a bit more pleasant temperature. With these Icon Whiskey Stones, you can add a bit more fun to your boozing experience. Available ... continue reading
Knives. Swords. Blades. Axes. If it has a blade and can - in any way - be considered a weapon, men like playing with it. It's hard-coded into our DNA like our love of boobs and fast cars. Mark Evans is an artist that makes the rest of us look like tomboys driving Power Wheels.
Evans starts with a big ass piece ... continue reading
Art Lebedev has a history of creating some really awesome products (with ridiculous names). Unfortunately, most of them never see the light of day, or are so damn expensive it's easier to justify buying yourself an iPad for every room of your house. Lebedev's Reflectius Clock could very well fall into one of those ... continue reading
There are so many things about Mos Def that represent Cool Material - Def Poetry, a room for his shoes, Boondocks - and none of that even begins to address his ridiculous musical chops (or the ones on his face for that matter). Yeah, there's collaborations with Gorillaz, Kanye, and The Roots, but Mos Def's solo ... continue reading
Just because teenage death girls wanted his dick and not his words does not mean that Jim Morrison didn't have a lot to say - or teenage death girls to not say it to.
When You're Strange is a movie that uncovers historic and previously unseen footage of one of the most influential bands of all time. Much as we all ... continue reading
Sorry to break it to you, but duct tape art is kind of last decade. Sure, it's shiny and awesome, but it's time to let that modest brown packing tape get some of the spotlight.
Mark Khaisman ditches the traditional tools of the trade like brushes and paint to create something clearly unique. Layers of tape on ... continue reading
Haroshi is an artist that - much like the rest of us - can't seem to part with a few broken items most people would feel more comfortable throwing in the dumpster than leaving in their room to take up space. In your case it might be an old watch, college poster, or even the ex's stuff - in Haroshi's it's broken ... continue reading
Silence Television is the illustration portfolio of Spanish artist Gianmarco Magnani and is an amalgamation of retro motorcycle illustration, modern typography, and line drawing. After the first series called "Riders," Magnani decided to create some tension with the addition of a good vs. evil theme - which of ... continue reading
To quote Philip J. Fry (and make a blatant pop culture reference), "Oh wow, it's like that drug trip in that movie I saw when I was on that drug trip."
What happens when you're raised by a television set and given a paint brush? For most people, not a whole helluva lot, but for Dave MacDowell the result is a ... continue reading
Keith P. (take a guess what the P stands for) Rein is an artist doing crazy things with pop culture, naked girls, and wood (not necessarily in equal parts). While we could fill this post with dick jokes and some of his more clever plays on words (Pocahontits, anyone?), we're content to let the incredibly provocative, ... continue reading
Christopher St. Leger is an artist you should know. After getting a degree in Environment Design from Miami of Ohio and then studying with the department of descriptive geometry in Budapest, he found out his real passion was paint and pixels... and now he's making up for years of lost time.
St. Leger paints ... continue reading
Ben Turnbull lives and works in London and is obsessed with the almost global dominance of the American culture machine. What separates him from the rest of Europe however is that he did something positive (and artistically negative) with his disdain for the people who call chips fries - he turned wood into carved ... continue reading
Public Health and Safety is a big deal in France. Bound and determined to dispel the notion that they surrender on everything, the French created the Aides organization to promotee HIV/AIDS awareness and treatment. As opposed to tailoring the program to something absurd like abstinence only education, they promote ... continue reading