Perfect for cubicle soldiers, Glenn Jones’ “The War Against Work” tshirt is an oldie but a goodie; It’s being reprinted due to popular demand, so grab one if you missed it the first time.
Boxies Tees are ideal for folks who don’t like commercialized, mass-produced tees. In short, they’re anti-tees: each one imperfect, with incomplete messages and smudges.
Artist Ricky Wolbrom’s Elgin 17 oval cufflinks are made from mechanical jeweled watch movements and parts. One of a kind, the pair above sports a satin silver finish and gold accents.
Obama and McCain may claim to be tough on terrorism, but neither of them have a Clone Army. Choose from your favorite Jedi or Sith Lord this November. Just let the Wookie win, okay?
Makr’s Tonal Plaid wallets make an old world statement with new world style; the plaid patterns are laser etched, while the odd shaped cutouts make it easier to pull out cards and bills.
Can you say nerd bling? These periodic table rings not only sport the elemental info for silver, gold and platinum, but they’re made out of the actual metals they represent.
Overstuffed wallets and cargo pants are about as close as men should ever come to purses, but let’s add Vans Skate Hi LX’s to the mix. Each shoe (khaki or camo) gets a pocket on the outside.
Anything that minimizes travel hassles is fine by us. Made with black pigskin, this lockable travel wallet by Smythson features gold-stamped pockets for your docs and an extra zipper pocket.
Archaic Clothing’s Sweep Tee features energetic, but not overpowering artwork that stretches irregularly across the front but sweeps out evenly at the back. Note the red flocked accents.
We’re with ET on this one: Elliot was dead weight anyway. We also love the description: “E.T. Pwn3d home.” That alone is enough to justify the immediate acquisition of this tee.
Hate laundry? Atelier DuRance’s Classic Jumper Jacket doesn’t like washes, either. Made in Provence with 11oz Dry Japanese Denim, it’s inspired by classic pre-WWII era American duds.