LA-based artist Rob Sato’s Bad Hands series is composed of hand-printed lithographs in various colorways. Essentially a chart of hand and finger configurations (some of which are impossible), the print is on Cougar cover stock paper and is available in an edition of 60.
Comprising 40 recipes for Italian dishes, the new edition of The Silver Spoon for Children celebrates the book’s 10th anniversary with a refreshed, user-friendly layout. Featuring charming, helpful illustrations by Harriet Russell as well as enticing food photography, the updated cookbook (edited by Amanda Grant) includes instructions on making classics like spaghetti all’amatriciana, stuffed peaches and prosciutto-wrapped melon. Intended for kids seven and older, it’s a useful, fun resource for young cooks.
From Clothing The Gaps (a hybrid social enterprise and apparel brand), this long-sleeve “Sovereign Land” T-shirt states a fact and can work as a conversation starter about invasion, sovereignty and land rights. The Melbourne/Naarm-based collective designs and prints the garment in Wurundjeri Country in an ethical manner. Made from 100% cotton, its bold colors also echo those of the Aboriginal Flag. Price is in AUD.
From LA-based creative collective Cactus Store, an updated version of the original Xerophile: Cactus Photographs from Expeditions of the Obsessed includes new archival imagery, that spans 80 years, alongside expanded notes. Cacti surviving the snow-capped mountains of Bolivia, succulents that grow in lava in the Galapagos Islands, a two-leaf plant that has lived for a millennia: these fascinating photos and more complete this stunning collection.
From Tokyo-based AMBUSH, founded by YOON (aka South Korean American designer Yoon Ahn) and Verbal (Japanese rapper, producer and director), the silver Bunny Charm Earring celebrates the brand’s playful and experimental aesthetic. The rabbit dangles from a safety pin earring, all crafted from brass but coated in a shiny silver finish. It’s also available in sterling silver and gold-plated sterling silver.
Debuting in 17 different eye-catching colors, the highly anticipated TELFAR wallet features the beloved brand’s T logo embossed on 100% genuine leather. With a zip enclosure, the semi-circular billfold accessory can stash up to six cards along with cash. More than a wallet, it’s a representation of designer Telfar Clemens’ distinct aesthetic.
From The Series (founded and designed by Ella Wiznia), these scarves are one of a kind, handmade and embody the brand’s “granny” style. Crafted from vintage crochet blankets, acrylic blend yarn and 100% recycled thread, each piece is colorful and delightfully off-kilter. Because they are made individually and from existing fabrics, all the scarves are unique and measure between 64 and 84 inches long.
From Black Crows’ limited edition Powder Hunting collection, the Xpore Packable Rain Jacket blends form and function with contemporary styling while celebrating the brand’s passion for powder skiing. Made with Xpore (a high-performance, waterproof, breathable fabric), the jacket features a long tail with a drawstring waist, as well as a hood. With four pockets on the front (two chest and two kangaroo), it also has a cycling-inspired pocket on the back, which the jacket can be packed into. With a sleek silhouette and a functional design, this garment can be worn during a storm and on the patio at après.
From Stockholm-based brand Selahatin, the “Of Course I Still Luv You” toothpaste promises an upgrade to regular iterations. With the expected heart of green mint, peppermint and menthol, the formula surprises with notes of verbena, bergamot, cardamom and pine. With antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, the toothpaste cleanses, polishes and whitens teeth while promoting healthy gums. It’s also suitable for those with sensitive teeth. Price is in Euros.
Designed by Studiopepe for Contardi Italia, the Stick collection comprises textured, architectural lights that are at once sharp and soft. The Double LED Wall Sconce incorporates metal panels (in either satin golden nickel or satin copper) and ribbed plexiglass to create a contrasting prism and soft, ambient lighting. Concealing its screws and hardware, the fixture is elevated, sophisticated and functional.
Massimo and Lella Vignelli’s iconic Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware was originally manufactured in 1964 in Italy, later launched in the US by Heller circa 1971. The collection comprises jaunty, bright pieces for casual meals. Made from melamine, the pieces are timeless with a tinge of kitsch. The reissued collection is available in sets of six bowls, dinner plates, salad plates and mugs.
Made with alcohol-free apéritif Ghia, canned single-serve beverage Le Spritz comes in four flavors: original with soda, lime and salt, ginger, or combo (OG and ginger). Ghia offers a lightly bitter, citrusy and complex flavor that comes from ingredients including Riesling grape juice, fig concentrate, yuzu, lemon balm, rosemary and gentian root. The botanical drink is one of our favorite booze-free quasi-apéritifs on the market, and the packaging looks good enough to be on display too. Price is for a 12-pack.
New from Fable & Mane, the MahaMane Smooth & Shine hair oil nourishes while protecting hair from heat and the elements. The formula comprises ingredients like shikakai (known as “fruit for the hair”), ashwagandha (which can help strengthen follicles) and rosemary. The leave-in solution—applied to towel-dried, damp hair or dry ends—shields hair from harsh winter weather, as well as heat up to 450F. A few drops of this potent oil go a long way, help to tame frizz and smell delicious.
Featuring work by acclaimed 12 artists, the “No Trespassing” calendar aims to raise money for Planned Parenthood of Greater New York. Printed in an edition of 500, the spiral-bound calendar includes pieces by Faith Ringgold, Marilyn Minter, Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, LaKela Brown, Fumiko Imano, Maggie Lee, Catherine Opie, Farah Al Qasimi, Janiva Ellis, Ana Mendieta and Lauren Greenfield. All profits will be donated.
Designed by architect Marco Sironi for Italian glass manufacturer Ichendorf Milano, the Piuma Teapot features slightly rounded edges and a circular handle, resulting in a clean and elegant expression. Crafted from hand-blown borosilicate glass, it has an interior filter for loose-leaf tea. Available in two colors and sizes, it’s an elevated vessel to be used every day or on special occasions.
From beloved California-based pottery studio Heath Ceramics (founded in 1948), the Bud Vase is one of Edith Heath’s classic designs from the 1980s. Measuring about four inches tall and three inches in diameter, the smooth vessel feels crafted by nature, and is available in different colors, patterns and glazes.