Keep that facial hair in check with Elder Pens‘ elegant grooming tool which features a handle made from reclaimed Tennessee whiskey barrel wood. The sturdy metal bits feature a shiny chrome finish, and the head accepts Gillette Mach 3 cartridges.
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Those are not moons. If you can’t figure out how to get wide like Kylo Ren, Heather Curfman’s got your back, er chest. She came up with this pin called Ben Swolo, which is totally a film accurate replica. It’s sold out as of this writing, but she also has it as a sticker.
Ever felt bad if brunch doesn’t look good enough to Instagram or you put the wrong emoji at the end of a risky text? Check out #Millennial Problems, a collection of amusing tweets exploring the struggles of millennial life. Great for gifting (and for historical purposes).
Halospheres are a unique desktop plaything – a pair of conjoined gold-plated stainless steel spheres. Spin them on their plate, then help them reach maximum speed by blowing on them using the included straw. At high speed, they will reflect light in the form of two halos.
PyroPet offers a waxy menagerie of beautifully crafted animal candles with a hidden surprise inside. Each low-poly candle has a burn time of approximately 20 hours, and is made of paraffin wax, cotton wick and aluminium. Great for creepy gifting (or keeping for yourself).
Looking for a cool alternative to fidget spinners? This metal desk toy spins smoothly on its leather base to reveal a hypnotic optical illusion thanks to the spiral engraved into its surface. Choose from steel, brass, or copper, and stack multiples for even more fun!
This gadget combines an AM/FM/weather radio, a 130-lumen flashlight, and a 2600 mAh battery for charging mobile devices. Its radio and flashlight can be recharged via handcrank or solar energy. It also has an ultrasonic whistle for alerting search and rescue teams.
Newport Works’ Studio Bag and Folio were both designed to carry large sheets of paper. They’re both made of water-resistant fabric and have an ergonomic handle. The Studio is great for everyday art supplies and a laptop, while the Folio is ideal for finished presentations.