Independence Day is coming up fast, and this clever Two Thousand Thirteen Stripes poster would make a great decor piece for your own get together or a fun hostess gift for the cookout you’ll be attending! After all, this brand of clever only has the chance to come around every hundred years…
If you’re in any way a film buff, you’re going to want to read closely. Check out DOROTHY’S Hollywood Star Charts, celebrating some of the most culturally significant films and actors to have graced the silver screen since 1927. There are two different versions – one featuring Golden Age stars at the other Modern Day. Both re-imagine constellations as American films and re-name the stars that make up the clusters after the Hollywood greats that appeared in them. So good.
Even though I don’t think I’ve ever visited a national park (sidenote: that needs to change), I’m definitely crushing on these Wonderful Forever maps from best Made Company. Choose from three park maps – Grand Teton, Yosemite, or Yellowstone – that are designed, silk screened, and numbered in St. Paul, MN.
Valentine’s Day is for friends, family, kids… and yes, couples. Hands down I think the best part of any holiday is the hunt to find the perfect gift – something that’s equal parts surprise and want, personal and sweet, useful yet slightly extravagant. Not everything has to be clichéd hearts, boxes of chocolates, and red roses you know. So it’s lucky for us that Uncommon Goods has helped everyone out by amassing a fantastic selection of Valentine’s Day gifts for you, your love, and the both of you to enjoy together! See all of their available gifts right here.
FOR HIM: A technically drawn Dog Blueprint of his favorite pooch. // Custom Beach Cufflinks as reminder of that incredible beach vacation you two took together. // A Wood Bow Tie to dress things up for date night.
FOR HER: A Love Birch Cuff with a sweet heart cutout that will make her think of you. // A Gold Astrology Necklace of her sign to wear every day. // A Personalized Stump Ring with both of your initials.
HIS + HERS: A Personalized Tree Trunk Glassware Duo for relaxing on the couch together. // A Scratch Map to track your adventures in life. // A framed Mates for Life print as a romantic reminder of your devotion to one another.
You can check out more gifts here!
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ROW 1: Bing Bang Oversized Ray Heart Button Earrings // DIY Painted Heart Bag //Valentine’s Heart Attack ROW 2: Neon Screenprint Valentine Poster // Easy Pixel Heart Cookies // Home Is Where the Heart Is Print (Pennsylvania) ROW 3: Giant Geometric Wall Heart // Heart Shaped Donuts // DIY Be My Valentine Heart Kite ROW 4: Heart Straws // DIY Tree Heart Installation ROW 5: Red Heart Pillow Cover // Heart Pendent Necklace // Modern Welsh Lovespoon ROW 6: Joyceanne Sunglasses // Valentine Sorbet Sandwiches // DIY Gold Heart Piñata ROW 7: Heart Serving Bowl with Ladle // Stuck On You Valentine // Heart You Leather Wall Flag
01/ Geometric snow art stomped with snowshoes.
02/ Eruption, the title speaks for itself.
03/ Beautiful star trails in the night sky.
04/ Anatomical body painting.
05/ Presidents + US currency + the Justice League
06/ Create your own soundtrack with Sound Bottle.
07/ Posters featuring the entire text of a book.
08/ How to Build a Rainbow Igloo!
09/ Flying houses!
10/ Giant, un-poppable bubbles!
You’ve heard of Public, yes? The San Francisco-based bike company recently invited 27 designer-types to create a poster that reflected on what the idea of “public” means to them, with a focus on reclaiming urban streets, sidewalks, and other spaces in the Public Works project. The series turned out great (big surprise) and now you can make them your own. Which one is your favorite?
A poster that actually tells time. Another that illuminates like a lamp. And a third that delivers sound. It’s safe to say that artist Finn Magee knows how to think outside the box and execute. The Flat Time and Flat Light posters function with the use of LED lights, while Flat Sound employs the thinnest speaker commercially available.