Exclusive Cindy Sherman "Film Stills" Tray
Cindy Sherman is decidedly one of the greatest American photographers, with her repertoire including some of the most expensive photographs ever sold. So it is no surprise that the Sundance Institute, with its mission to support great achievements...
The Astronaut's Cookbook
Get a little taste of the astronaut’s life with this book of space food recipes that can be prepared in a kitchen much closer to home. Written by NASA veterans Charles T Bourland and Gregory L Vogt, The Astronaut’s Cookbook is filled with fun facts...
Peacock Feather Memento Mori
Across myriad religions and ancient myths, the peacock feather has always carried a positive symbolic meaning, especially that of renewal. Porcelain manufactory of the Bavarian crown, Nymphenburg, has incorporated the avian emblem into their works...
Online art purveyors Rise Art offer affordable works by a variety of artists, that you can either rent or purchase. Also, with every piece sold, Rise Art sends a personal art supply kit to a child in the hospital (sharing supplies is often verboten...
Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires Volumes VIII-IX
Gift a photography enthusiast or collector with these first editions of the early reports on the invention of the daguerrotype—which were published even before Louis Daguerre's first renditions of the new medium—and you're set for life. In addition...
Tammy Tiranasar Jewelry
In Tammy Tiranasar's jewelry, the art of macramé unfurls in colorfully hand-knotted necklaces that play with and subvert expectations about patterns. Sweeping, intuitively articulated, organic forms characterize the line and are presented in the...
Best of CH 2013: Cool Hunting Video
As people around the world prepare for the holidays and the new year, what better time then to look back on all of the standout Cool Hunting content from 2013. CH Video traveled from California to Georgia, met some memorable characters and got to go...
For music lovers, we give you a collector's item, made even more relevant in light of Lou Reed's recent passing. More bound work of art than book, "Transformer" showcases Mick Rock's iconic collection of photographs, shot during the release of Reed...
United Nations Headquarters
Lego-nerds, poli-sci lovers and architectural buffs will adore this playful representation of the United Nations Headquarters. Just one of the models available in Lego's landmark series, the building shows how two heads are better than one, as the...
The Record Collector
It might not look like a lot from the street, but The Record Collector is a magnificent, mind-blowing adventure. For vinyl-enthusiasts, collectors and anybody with a little curiosity, a wander through the record store is akin to entering another realm...
Fine Model Cars
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ByKenyan's Kenyan Lewis has more than an exceptional eye for antiques. Together with his partner Grace Kelsey, the two live and breathe the Americana lifestyle—from their beautifully rustic home and interior design projects to prop styling...
Exhibition A BookShop
Building on its model of selling affordable limited-edition artworks produced by marquee names in the art world, yesterday Exhibition A launched its newest extension, BookShop. Comprising one-of-a-kind or limited-edition monographs, the books contain...
Vintage Ascher Scarves
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Cool Hunting Video Presents: Brimfield Collectors
Taking a look at the thrice-annual phenomenon of the Brimfield Antique Show in Western Massachusetts, this video focuses on the people who travel there from all over the world to collect everything from milk bottle caps to taxidermy peacocks...
Carnival and Lent Puzzle
British artist Cecily Brown—known for oil paintings full of ribald energy depicted through frenzied brush strokes—turns to a less traditional medium with her new puzzle edition. The recently-released 672-piece jigsaw of her 2008 large...
L.A. Flea Market
Last Sunday, rather than the usual ballgame crowds, a different kind of fanatic filled L.A.'s Dodger Stadium parking lot. Shopaholics of all stripes came out to see the goods at the city's new monthly antiques, arts, food, and new-merchandise event...
The Disposable Skateboard Bible
Not quite satisfied with his first homage to the deck, "Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art" (which we covered Amazon.) At a whopping 368 full-color pages, the hardcover indeed makes for something of a biblical account, cataloging an...
Three Apples: An Exhibition Celebrating 35 Years of Hello Kitty
The world's most iconic feline, Hello Kitty, has lived way beyond her nine lives—she currently 35, in fact. To celebrate this all-important birthday marking her mid-thirties with no crisis in sight, Sanrio's extravaganza revolves around...
FullyVisual Metal Toys
by Jeremy Brautman FullyVisual makes heavy metal, but it's not for listening. The brand started as a side project among friends and quickly evolved into a line of part toy, part art and all metal collectibles. Today, FullyVisual drops its latest...
IF-Mode Folding Bike
by Tisha Leung Changing the aesthetic of what a commuter bike could be, the IF-Mode, a full-size folding bike designed by acclaimed industrial designer Mark Sanders is now available in the U.S. The innovative design incorporates the benefits of a...
One Light Art Lamps
Remastering old tea sets, trumpets, helmets and more into one-of-a-kind lamps, Howard Dernberger sources treasured vintage items from the home and around town to recycle them into lamps for his line called One Light Art Lamps. Dernberger, who has...
While the words "love box" might suggest a certain dirty euphemism, Tamarindo Concept's Love Box aims to be a bit more sentimental. Following their original red-and-white ceramic boxes in the shape of anatomical human hearts, they'...
Sydney Garden Gnome House
This isn't an outdoor art installation, but it is still somewhat curated. Or maybe hoarded is a better description. Somewhere in the inner western suburb of Sydney's Summer Hill, a brightly-colored collection of garden gnomes sits on display...