Kill The Closest Snake Pennant
Depending on how you feel about snakes, this pennant from Oxford might be the perfect addition to your house—but the phrase actually refers to the predicament of having too many tasks to complete. The black wool pennant—made in USA— shimmers with gold...
William N Copley (aka CPLY) passed away in 1996, but his thoughtful and provocative art remains relevant. Somewhere between Surrealism and American pop art, Copley's work is colorful, bold and full of allegory. This American flag pin (with the word...
Alligator Freedom Ride Flag
Part of Melbourne-based artist Sean Morris' "Cosmic Dread" (2015) series comes the digitally printed "Alligator Freedom Ride" flag—in a new minty colorway. With a mustached man and a woman (brandishing a sword) riding an alligator-bodied motorbike...
"Fuck It" Pennant
Some mornings the positive mantra just doesn't cut it, so when you've had just about enough, Explorers Press' "Fuck It" pennant is the flag to fly high. The soft felt pennant is silk-screened, measures 24 inches and won't make you feel inadequate when...
Danh Vō Baggu Tote
Vietnam-born Danish artist Danh Vō is known for his conceptually driven sculptures. Often incorporating political or historical references, Vo’s work—like this limited edition Baggu tote for Marian Goodman Gallery—speaks to his exploration of the power...
Michael Leon + Arkitip Vexhall Series
by Eva Glettner Both an artist and an art director, Michael Leon never strays far from the tenacity and enthusiasm he picked up as a skateboarder in the late '80s. He blends a DIY attitude with finely honed skills perfectly, and the results are...
Star Spangled Spatula
Flip burgers in patriotic style with this heavy-duty grill accoutrement. Designed by RISD graduate Jacob Riley-Wasserman, the Star Spangled Spatula is manufactured by the oldest American cutlery company, Lamson & Goodnow.
With only 61.8% of eligible voters showing up to polls for the 2008 US presidential election, everyone from Con Edison to the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) are attempting to persuade reluctant citizens to cast their votes next Tuesday...