Laser-Cut Heart Pendant $50
Industrial designer Andrea Panico creates simple yet statement-making jewelry inspired by architecture. This laser-cut heart pendant in cherry wood is ideal for the minimalist in your life.
EROTIC A-Z Print $50
A passion for vintage pin-ups led to artist Cassandra Yap's "EROTIC A-Z" alphabet prints, in which each letter features of a spicy photomontage. Printed on thick 315gsm fine art paper, each "naughty letter" is signed by the Singapore-born, London-based artist.
Dorothy Iannone: You Who Read Me With Passion Must Forever Be My Friends $35
In her search for "ecstatic unity," celebrated artist Dorothy Iannone creates beautifully subversive works that boldly explore sexual liberation and feminist ideologies. Her progressive image+text style is at once surprising, thoughtful, inspiring, profane, humorous and taboo-shattering. This brilliant compendium binds together a half-decade of familiar and rarely scene works for an in-depth look at Iannone's signature style.
"Can't Touch This" Temporary Tattoo $5
For no other purpose than fun, Tattly applies superior design to temporary tattoos. Arm yourself with this bold-font declaration—designed by Paper Jam Press founder Arianna Orland—to let them know you're too legit.
French artist Jean Jullien takes a cheeky look at beach culture through his series of visual ruminations entitled "La Plage." Inspired by the social oddities of hanging seaside and "how naked it all gets," Jullien created pared-down yet vibrant images of ice cream melting, people swimming and of course, the ubiquitous butt. His abstract, Rothko-like giclée print called "Bum" is the perfect subtle reference ready to shine at home.
Taps Aff Badge $16
Whether celebrating the dogs days of summer or just feeling a little rowdy, Scottish phrase "Taps Aff!" incites a rebellious vibe sure to turn a few heads or better yet, inspire its actual meaning—to shed your shirt. This cheeky little badge is a fashionable reminder to always keep a level of spontaneity in your step, no matter the weather.
Gravel & Gold Goods
Boob Tote $87
Gravel & Gold is a San Francisco-based shop of kitschy wonders that's serious about knowing (and supporting) the artists behind the wares they stock. Their in-house line G&G Goods is nothing to scoff at either. Bare it all with their hand-printed and -sewn canvas Boob Tote, which adds a little thrill to those routine activities, like the commute to work or venture to the grocery store. Details like an interior pocket and heavy red leather straps make the bag as high quality as it is provocative.
Sex Oil $18
Sex Oil from Toronto-based Province Apothecary doesn't hide behind any vague adjectives or cute lingo. The name is as clear as the oil's list of ingredients, blending coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, evening primrose oil, GMO-free vitamin E and more—a blessing for those with sensitive skin. This personal lubricant can also be used a body oil—it dries to a satin finish and doesn't need to be washed off.
Lonely Lingerie $99
Founded in 2009, New Zealand label Lonely perfectly treads the line between sexy, romantic, modern and classic. While their entire collection is covetable, with cut-outs, velvet straps, lace and an impeccable eye for detail, the Sabel bra in black, deep green, electric blue—and soon in red and navy—is as comfortable as it is alluring.
Psychic Stone (Evil Expel) $800
FriendsWithYou's psychic stones are magical sculptures tailored to the owner's deepest wishes and desires. Create a customized extra-sensory miracle-worker through a consultation with the artists, who use an experiential process to permeate the stone with personalized spiritual vibes. Stunning works of art, these pieces display a frozen moment of magical mysticism and ward off evil vibes.
Ice Sculpture $580
"Getting iced" takes on a whole new meaning when one of Okamoto Studio's divine custom ice sculptures is involved. Flawlessly constructed and beautiful to behold, the temporal quality of this unexpected gift only adds to its physical and conceptual beauty. Crystalline, magical and as effervescent as it is evanescent, while the sculpture itself might melt away, the extreme impact of receiving something so sublimely beautiful will never fade. Delivers within New York's Tri-State area.
Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity $25
The game that started with a Kickstarter campaign and often ends with awkward conversations about tentacle porn is the ultimate good-time gift. Referred to as a party game for horrible people, Cards Against Humanity causes endless uncomfortable moments, huge amounts of rolling on the floor laughter, and unforgettable images and scenarios which will be forever etched into your brain, such as a micropig wearing a tiny raincoat and booties, a sad fat dragon with no friends and many more.
Rose Geranium Bath Soak $45
Revitalize your favorite lady with a bottle of Royal Botanicals' Rose Geranium Bath Soak. This invigorating blend includes Dead Sea salts, Epsom salts and organic essential oils of the "flower of constancy," housed in a Victorian Era-inspired amber glass bottle.
Hand in Hand
Ethically-Sourced Soaps $61
Vermont's Bill Glabb and Courtney Apple create Fair Trade triple milled shea butter soaps that literally save lives. With their "buy a bar, give a bar" program, the socially-responsible company makes soap available to children in need, and a portion of the proceeds is used for rainforest conservation projects. Hand in Hand wraps each bar of lavender, orange blossom and white tea soap in eco-friendly packaging and provides a free carbon offset.
Constantine I Bracelet $110
New York-based jewelry designer Caroline Ventura makes delicate handmade pieces that fuse feminine and masculine characteristics. Such is the case with this simple 14K gold bracelet with a simple triangle gliding along the chain.
Creativity Explored + Recchiuti Confections
Bicycle Chocolates $21
San Francisco chocolatiers Michael and Jacky Recchiuti take their "whisky-like" burnt caramel truffles up a notch with bicycle-inspired artwork by Creativity Explored artist James Miles. The local nonprofit serves as a visual arts center for artists with developmental disabilities, giving them the space to create, exhibit, and sell art. For each box sold, Recchiuti will donate $2 to the center.