With a view in mind to maximize surface area and channel scent perfectly, Denver & Liely's hand-blown whisky glass makes the spirit within all the more rich. Its distinct shape also makes for a comfortable, sophisticated grip. And while it does wonders on whisky, it's an ideal design for all tipples.
"Wear what you care about." Each Prinkshop piece has a purpose, from supporting Planned Parenthood to empowering those suffering from addiction. The "Ban(g) Ban(g) Ban(g)" T-shirt (and tote) benefits Everytown—an organization that's committed to ending gun violence—with 30% of profits being directed there—while sparking action and discussion every day you wear it.
To recognize the charitable work of Doctors Without Borders, German watch brand NOMOS Glashütte has updated its Tangente and Tetra models—available to order with a velour beige or black cordovan leather strap—with a red “12” and small “Doctors Without Borders” inscription. With every purchase, NOMOS will donate $100 (or euros or pounds) directly to DWB's humanitarian efforts in crisis zones, which provides clean water, operations and medicines to those in need.
Superfight has taken the age old debate of "who would win in a fight?" and translated it into card-game form. Similar to Cards Against Humanity, players must build the most outrageous fighter from their hand (for example a pirate swinging a shark on a chain while riding a segway) and submit them to battle. It’s then up to everyone to hilariously argue over who would actually win the fight. The Superfight Classic Bundle comes with a core deck and five expansion packs for never-ending fun.
While very few will ever own an original Lichtenstein, this metal pocket mirror is based on the artist's 1970 work "Mirror #10." The double sided, snap closure mirror offers 1X and 2X magnification for functionality. But it's the reference to the artist's circular works from 1969 and 1972 that makes it something special.
A stand-out from design duo Saint Atma's Fall/Winter 2015 collection, the large Atlantic Textile is a versatile piece that can be wrapped around the shoulders, set on the table or bed, even hung on the wall. We love the unique rough softness of the raw silk that feels cozier than its fine silk counterpart; but it's the captivating hand-dyed patterns (done in Brooklyn) that make this extra special.
Made from cotton jersey that's sustainably grown in California's Central Valley, Olderbrother's classic OB T-shirt is designed in Portland and cut, sewn and dyed in LA. Each T-shirt is a little different—due to the dyeing process—but each boasts that glorious calming tone that indigo enthusiasts love. Available in XXS to XL for all genders and sizes.
A collaboration between Melbourne-based label Per—Tim, artist Eloise Rapp and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre of Victoria, these palmistry print pillowcases are more than just cute decor. Designed, printed and manufactured in Melbourne, they are super-comfy (half cotton and half polyester) and with all profits donated to the Domestic Violence Resource Centre of Victoria, it's more than just you who will sleep better.
For anyone familiar with Japanese pleasure toy design company Tenga's products, the Deep Throat Vacuum Cup is even more enjoyable than their well-known eggs. The hourglass shape (with central squeeze zone) works in tune with the pre-lubricated suction, making it easy to use as well as stimulating. Incorporating the famed pop artist's designs further demonstrates Tenga's commitments to all details of their products.
Started in 2008, Sideburn is billed as “the world’s greatest go fast, turn left magazine” covering everything dirt track racing-related—from home-built bikes to death-defying mountainside rides, daunting road trip routes and more. Pick up the latest issue “#22” for 100 pages of new bikes, rider profiles and dirt bike destinations, or sign up for a subscription to receive a new issue every three months.
Inspired by the way tree branches grow toward a light source, Spanish designer Pico Pau’s simple, stackable game called "Los Taburetes” challenges players to build and balance. Each game set comes with 12 miniature beech wood stools that users can arrange in various combinations, reaching farther up and out—just as tree branches do. Keep them handy during times of creative block or leave them stacked as a delicate shelf sculpture.
Understanding that the true joy of riding is found out on the open road, The Roadery offers self-guided tours across the American West for enthusiasts looking to escape. Whether it’s a quick weekend getaway or an all-out, multi-state road trip, The Roadery will book and schedule hotels, routes, rentals and everything else you need to get going—all you have to do is show up. Tours start as low as $289 for a two-day breather and can reach $3,323 for a 12-day, 1,700-mile trek.
Tic Tac Toe has never been as classy—or adult—as with this Jonathan Adler iteration. Sculpted by Adler and his team in NYC's SoHo neighborhood, this set is made from marble and brass; with the pieces hand-polished to achieve a flashy sheen. The brass will acquire a worn look with use, but the pieces can be buffed back to their original shine if desired.
Madrid-based photographer Kristina Fender seeks out motion, and her particular interest is capturing those zooming by on motorbikes. Her black-and-white “Nico the Kid” is exemplary of her talent for preserving the animated energy of bikers and their rides—and in this particularly photograph, the tension between the viewer and subject holding the slingshot raises goosebumps.
Teaming up with “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, J Crew has released a quirky new accessory called the Pocket Dial—and all proceeds go to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which protects Africa's elephants. Combining practicality with a little panache, the Pocket Dial doubles as both an iPhone 6/6s case and pocket square, so you’ll never need to sacrifice suit storage space for style. Each case is made from leather and comes with an exterior card slot and an interchangeable silk pocket square accessory.
Created by Jonathan Leder and Amy Hood, DAYTONA harkens back to a time of unadulterated fun and frolicking on the beaches of ‘70s Florida. The full-color photobook features 48 pages of NSFW images—found mostly at thrift shops and flea markets—documenting sultry, sun-tanned spring-breakers as they play naked basketball, lounge in the sand and smile for the camera. DAYTONA is limited to 500 copies.