Happiness is a warm puppy… with a surfboard ready to shred waves. Eco-friendly Brazilian shoemaker Cariuma salutes everyone’s favorite beagle on their cotton canvas OCA low-top sneakers with a cork insert and slip-resistant rubber. Charles M. Schulz would be stoked that two trees are planted for every pair sold.
For those of us mourning the loss of the Choco Taco, the Choco Tacotini cocktail will aid the healing process. Cody Goldstein of Brooklyn-based hospitality group Muddling Memories has created a dreamy, sweet ‘n’ salty dessert cocktail featuring Tequila Cazadores, amaro, cold brew, cream, peanuts, and fudge-shell chocolate.
We’ve long been fans of artist Glenn Jones’ cheeky illustrations. Here, he envisions a world in which Snoopy and Woodstock are balloon animals. Even their doghouse is inflatable. The playful image is available on various shirts, including tees, tanks, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Now we want to see the rest of the balloon Peanuts.
Pintrill’s offers an extensive collection of brass and enamel pins inspired by the world of Peanuts. We particularly love these two-pin sets that compare what Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Linus looked like at the beginning of the beloved cartoon in 1950 vs. what they look like now.
Created by Jakob Burgsø’s Boyhood Design, these solid oak sculptures pay tribute to the comics of childhood. While he’s officially named Mr. B’Eagle we think you can call him Snoopy once he’s sitting on your bookshelf. Available with light ears, dark ears, or completely dark, and in small (5.9″ h) and large (8.6″ h) sizes.
One of the more popular things to do with footage from the classic Peanuts cartoons is to edit them dancing and singing to make them look like they’re performing a different song. Garren Lazar’s latest edit has the gang tackling the 1971 Yes track Roundabout, and it’s quite perfectly synced up with the prog-rock masterpiece.
Timex infuses its classic Weekender watch with a bit of color and whimsy, offering a collection of officially-licensed Peanuts characters, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, and Lucy. Each one features a nylon strap, an Indiglo light-up dial, and is water resistant to 30m.
Expert engraver Shaun Hughes turns his attention to Charles Schultz’s lovable loser, as he deftly carves his famous expression and “Oh, Good Grief” catchphrase into an old Buffalo nickel. Fortunately, five cents is just enough for Lucy’s psychiatric help booth.
Animator Leigh Lahav’s latest clip is a hilariously dark mashup of A Charlie Brown Christmas and Stranger Things, which picks up where season one left off, as Will Byers tries to cope with reality after coming back from his time in a creepy parallel swamp universe.