Kaweco Liliput Fountain Pen $55
This small fountain pen is perfect for on-the-go use. The cap, once removed, screws onto the top of the pen to lengthen it. Available in black and silver and multiple nib widths.
Warhol Pencil Set $9
Carry Warhol-isms with you everywhere you go with a set of colorful Andy Warhol Philosophy Pencils. The pack comes with a set of eight inscribed pencils, so there's plenty of sage soundbites, from "Art is what you can get away with" to "Wasting money puts you in a real party mood."
Graphic Lamp Collection $2,253.00
Delightfull delivers a new collection of lighting based on iconic type fonts, available in letters, symbols and numbers. Each can be used as a floor, table or wall fixture that will brighten up any interior.
London Undercover + Method Studio
Umbrella Stand $375
Assiduous umbrella makers London Undercover collaborated with Scotland's Method Studio to produce a striking oak umbrella standâ€”a functional furnishing handmade and expertly crafted. The stand is available with orange or army green webbing material.
Beats by Dre
Matte Black Executive Headphones $300
Known for their superior sound quality and ability to support heavy bass, Beats by Dre's noise-canceling, over-the-ear Executive headphones are as comfortable as they are powerful. Better yet, now they're available as a limited edition in sleek matte black.
Diamond Tie $195
Designed in New York and made of 100% Italian silk, this tie is emblazoned with a colorful double-faced jacquard pattern that will both brighten and smarten up any sartorial wardrobe.
Slim Brief $925
A sibling-run leather goods company, Libero Fererro's line of classic bags and cases are all made in America and designed to last through generations of use. Their beautiful, understated slim briefcase boasts black or hickory vegetable-tanned Horween leather, a microbial interior and solid brass hardware, and can fit a 15.5" laptop.
Best Made Co.
The Barlow Knife $42
Originating in 17th-century England, the Barlow Knife soon made its way stateside to become a staple among American farms, camps and workshops. Best Made's rendition of the handy pocket companion keeps sophisticated craftsmanship at the forefront, which is evidenced in a thick bolster, two carbon stainless steel blades and Rosewood handle.
Custom Address Stamp $60
Save your favorite pen pal a little time and effort with a hand-lettered return address stamp created in the shape of their home state.
Acciaio Chair $2,500.00
Inspired by classic racing bicycles, designer Max Lipsey's stunning chair design transforms steel bicycle tubes, leather and aluminum into a series of handmade, lightweight chairs that are unbelievably strong.
Compact 1 Transparent Glasses $25
Nannini combines Italian quality eyewear with a convenient, fold-up construction for their ultra-portable Compact 1 transparent reading glasses. These lightweight gems are perfect for keeping on your person, since they flatten down to less than a centimeter.
Black Mountain College $40
A definitive written account of the fabled experimental institution where Buckminster Fuller created his first dome and Merce Cunningham founded his dance company, as well as countless other artists who defined the 60's avant-garde in America.
Grid Vase Conic $456
Designed by Jaime Hayon for Gaia & Gino in 2008, the Grid Vase Collection continues to stun with its effortless grace and robust form. The conical and round vases are inspired by suits of armor and medieval times in British history as well as Islamic arts and crafts Hayon saw in Turkey, where they are made in silver or copper by local artisans.
Botanical Paperweight $61
Perfectly preserved, this handsome paperweight captures the graceful structure and magical whimsy of a dandelion, one of nature's most useful flowers.
Mechanical Colored Pencils $16
Refresh your pencil box with these colored mechanical pencils from the makers at Letterbox Paris. Easily refilled, these are perfect for even the most ambitious doodlers.
American Dreamers $16
American Dreamers is the creation of Sharp Stuff, a Wieden + Kennedy project aimed at innovating independent print publishing. The book crowd-sources visionary ideas from optimists and inventors who believe we can create a better world. The insightful essays are as diverse as the contributors, which includes Stan Lee, Matthew Dickman and Arianna Huffington.