There were 18,000 entries in this year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, and the handful that emerged as winners are pretty damn spectacular. The top prize went to Marko Korošec for his shot entitled "Independence Day"—it's name being chosen because the cloud system he captured outside Julesburg, Colorado ... continue reading
Great Scott! Someone might love the Back to the Future trilogy more than we do! Artist Ryan Putnam created three separate prints that detail Marty McFly's Gear from each of the movies in the trilogy. Puffy vest and JVC Camcorder. Nike Power Laces and a Hoverboard. The complete (and ridiculous) Western costume. Each ... continue reading
If you were buying a new car and had two choices, one of which was barely tested and designed just to make money, and the other extensively developed to be well-made and innovative, you'd choose the latter, right? That's the idea behind Ministry of Supply's Lab collection. All the shirts were repeatedly tested and observed until they were absolutely perfected. Whether you choose the Atmos Polo—the world's first robotically knit polo designed to wick away moisture—or the temperature regulating Apollo Polo, you can rest assured you're getting a shirt that's well-thought-out and expertly made. ... check it out
Decades ago, when tin was the "standard of toughness," Filson oil finished cloth earned the name Tin Cloth because of its durability and the abrasion and wind resistance properties. Obviously it's a super durable material--we wouldn't expect anything less from the centuries old outfitter--but the new Heavy Tin Cloth ... continue reading
The beauty of the Peasant Knife rests in its simplicity. Based on a similar knife used 400 years ago, the knife is as low-tech as they come. Each features an extended tang that allows you to open and close the knife with one hand, and the drilled hole gives you the ability to toss it on a lanyard or carry it around your neck. Each features a carbon steel blade that was individually hardened and tempered and will age beautifully over time. ... check it out
Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web.
A bag of concrete, cordless drill and old plastic bottles ... continue reading
When a manufacturer makes a claim like, "The last, something, you'll ever need to buy," we're dubious. What if your product doesn't work for everyone? What if GQ says that particular whatever isn't cool anymore? What if your own personal style or needs change? Lots of things to consider, but the Everyday Watch from ... continue reading
The first trailer for Birdman left us excited and confused. This extended international trailer has only amplified those feelings. The black comedy about a former movie star trying to mount a little bit of a comeback hits theaters on October 17, and should be marked down in your Google Calendar immediately.
A lot of the apparel at Club Monaco would be best described as "investment pieces." This weekend, however, that's not the case. From now until 8/3/14, you'll get an extra 40% off sale items with code WEEKEND so you can stock up on quality pieces at pretty stellar prices. We picked out some of our favorites you can ... continue reading
Maybe you have a long commute or are just tired of hearing the same Imagine Dragons song every time you turn on the radio, whatever the case, subscribing to a few podcasts could entertain and enlighten you. Problem is, with just about every person in possession of a microphone and a little know-how able to create ... continue reading
100 anos tequila. Agave. Mixed origin South American chocolate. Valrohna cocoa powder. If any of us tried combining those items Chopped style the end result would probably be a head in the toilet. When the people at Dude, Sweet Chocolate combine those ingredients they end up with One Night Stand Potion, a delicious ... continue reading
The fifth pocket on your jeans was originally designed for a watch. When people started wearing watches on their wrists, supposedly they started using that pocket for matches. Then for coins. We happen to like that pocket because it perfectly fits a Zippo, but most people consider it useless. If you're looking for ... continue reading
When you were growing up and pretending to be a rapper, your lines probably included a lot of basic rhymes. You probably have a cassette somewhere that starts with, "My name is (blank) and I'm here to say, " and then it proceeds to rhyme "say" with "day" or "way." The pros have a slightly larger lexicon. The latest ... continue reading
If you've ever spent enough time in Home Depot, or built anything out of industrial gas or copper pipe, you've ended up wearing a fitting or four as a piece of jewelry. Drilling Lab takes that idea to the next level with their Clamp Series of rings. Using what basically amounts to two different kinds of pipe clamps ... continue reading