Produced in a limited edition of 250 decks, this unconventional deck of cards is designed by artistTauba Auerbach and comes in a variety of geometric shapes and colors.
For feminists of all genders, this 100% cotton black denim jacket offers a boxy fit and an important message of independence to the world. Emblazoned with the words "Property of No One," the jacket's decoration is sweetened up with a red rose, but isn't sugar-coating anything. Since each piece is made to order, buyers should allow around 10 days until shipping.
Kapital’s love for eccentric Japanese style is more apparent than ever in their “Chag-A-Lug” bandana. They’ve dug into the history books for inspiration and came back with a risqué idea to depict the practice of “night crawling”—where young lovers would sneak into each other’s rooms looking for late night action—on an otherwise understated blue and white accessory. Each of Kapital’s bandanas are single run and limited edition.
Wallow in your apathy and self-pity with Mean Folk's adorably depressing "Why Even Try" patch. The hand-shaped embroidered patch can be sewn or ironed onto your favorite denim jacket or tote bag. If you can be bothered, that is.
Nobody said thermometers needed to be embedded with complex algorithms to be smart. Best Made Co.’s Weather Station is incredibly clever—and it’s completely analog. Two needles report on temperature and relative humidity—gauging the “feel” of the room rather than stats—and let you know when the weather is "just right." Better yet, the station is housed in solid brass that will take on a life of its own over time. Now that’s smart.
With AARK Collective's Classic Yolk watch, it's all about balance. Despite what initially reads as a minimal design, the personality behind the piece hails from more than just its vibrant color. The geometry of the hands and details upon the face make it something more, but never too much. And while it's punchy outside, inside you'll find a Japanese quartz movement, protected by a stainless steel case that keeps it water- and shock-resistant.
Host an apologetic party with Adam J Kurtz's tongue-in-cheek balloons: they show guests you've reached enlightenment by acknowledging the truth. Especially if you're the only guest. There's a matching gold enamel pin if you need (or are obligated) to emphasize the message.
Toronto-based Inner Decay has a knack for making eye-catching pins and patches that stir-up all kinds of feelings. Their straightforward “The End” patch marks a conclusion—whether it's a story's happily-ever-after ending, the last statement in an argument, or something a little more grim. The three-inch round patch comes with an iron-on backing and its black-and-white colorway makes it easy to match.
Brooklyn-based industrial design studio Visibility and food design publication MOLD have collaborated on a borosilicate glass pitcher that's more than just pretty to look at. Whether using it as a wine carafe, a mixing bowl or something else altogether, the pitcher's colorful silicone rings can be moved or removed entirely according to the measurements you need at the time. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe, it holds hot or cold liquids and promises to be a super-useful addition to the kitchen.
There's nothing like a pocket-sized notebook to keep track of what really matters. With Rude Notebook's handmade "People I Want To Punch In The Face" journal, it's really all in the name. It's petite, pretty (with a soft buckrum cover, hot-stamped with gold lettering) and we've found that writing things down actually helps ease frustration.
Adrienne Fisher personally bundles her carefully sourced herbs (wild-harvested white sage from California, lavender from Long Island's North Fork, wild sweetgrass from Illinois and roses from the local farmer's market) into beautiful smudge sticks. She takes great care during the wrapping process—asking customers to email a little bit about themselves and their intentions—so she can have that in mind to help manifest. As the white sage burns its distinct scent throughout the room, channel stress, negative energy, the past—and whatever else you want to release—into the smoke.
For the past three decades, anonymous gorilla-mask-bearers Guerrilla Girls have been protesting gender and racial discrimination in politics, art, culture and more—all with a sense of down-to-earth humor. Bringing the street activism right into the home is their bold three-piece collaboration with Australian design studio Third Drawer Down. A handkerchief kindly calls out art collectors who own few works by women, a mug bears "Do Women have to be naked to get into the Met?" and a tea towel details the so-called "advantages" of being a women artist.
Yucatán Peninsula-based perfumery Coqui Coqui takes sensorial inspiration from its tropical surroundings. Their unique, smoky Tabaco scent (freshly picked tobacco leaves paired with citrus) comes in candle form, where the fragrance is infused with the hand-poured wax. Not just a gift for one sense, the made-in-Mexico candle is made from sophisticated black wax, making it a treat for the eyes even when unlit.
Made using the intensely aromatic essential oil extracted from Jatamansi flower root (which grows in the Himalayas and has been used for centuries in perfume, incense and even herbal medicine), Jurgen Lehl's shampoo is a delight for your hair and your nose. Naturally fragrant and luxurious, the concoction also includes olive and coconut oils to nourish your locks.
Beach London and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic recently commissioned seven artists to design their dream Ouija Boards (which were then etched and laser-cut by Clear Cut Creation) and the results are sweet but spooky. One of the standouts is London-based artist Crispin Finn's board, which balances old-world sensibilities and modern design. With plenty of classic Ouija symbols, slightly creepy prose and a lip-shaped planchette, it's playful, spiritual and Oda Mae Brown would surely approve.
This 100% cotton cat pot-holder adds a little extra whimsy and bewitchery to tonight's dinner preparations. With an embroidered kitty face by your side, you'll be able to conquer any hot handles. And if you're in the mood for more, Arro Home also has a matching velvety black cat cushion.
Fly the flag for lovable curmudgeons everywhere with this "Go Away" sweater from British label Lazy Oaf. The grey marl crewneck (made from 100% cotton) features a chenille-embroidered flag and a very clear message. While it's part of the brand's men's collection, the relaxed fit and size range (from small to extra-large) means it will fit grumps of all genders. Wear it on hungover days, Mondays, any day.