Lu.ma Camera straps
I want to put this connector on my existing Souldier camera strap. (Sadly out of stock, but noting for later) / via SwissMiss
Mid-century modern nightstand or end table
Great price for what looks like a solid and stylish little table / via bblinks
Out of Print Clothing
Iconic and often out of print book covers put on t-shirts (legally). With each sale, a book is donated to a community in need. Love these lots. / via Stewf
Stamps of Disapproval by Heather K. Phillips
I feel these. / via Coudal Partners
Mouth Man hoodies
These are ridiculous and kind of awesome.
Key Ring Screwdrivers
Cheap and awesome / via Draplin
Naomi Atkinson’s Pixel Patterns
Reasonably priced and pretty darn great / via simplebits
The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose
I love Sharon's work and her new site is beautiful. (Quite dig the Quicksand Bold font choice for type elements) / via bblinks
Binder clips don't work for us, so we just got a pack of these for the studio. (PS, Dear Blue Lounge, it's hard to find your cart button!)
County Fair Field Notes
I made sure to get an order for Ohio in before I shared the link, because I'm selfish like that
The Shop I Want
Rands describes it beautifully
Seed Bombs at Anthropologie
Congrats to VisuaLingual, now go open a bottle of wine!
Edit your Consciousness
Spray to forget. (This might be more convenient than hiring the Death Bear previously linked)
Pentax Optio I-10
Always on the lookout for a pocketable camera, this new Pentax looks to be a fine contender (and the big images on Uncrate posts are a treat)
The White Balance Lens Cap
Man I'm always fiddling with white balance, even though there's that auto setting. This product looks like something that might solve the problem.
Star Trek (original series) wetsuits
It's things like this that somehow make 2010 seem like the future we hoped it could be.
Toy Story Legos
The army men are an added bonus
I'm going to have to send this YouTube video advert to Kelley. Snuggie Dickies might be all the rage in 2010. (via craplinks)
The Kitsune Noir Poster Club: Inside Look at Frank Chimero
I love process thinking and Frank never fails to deliver. Be sure to follow the link at the end of the interview or hit up the graphic on the sidebar to see all the inaugural Poster Club designs from the likes of Cody Hoyt, Mark Weaver, Garrett Vander Leun and Jez Burrows.
M is for magazine
I'm smitten with this magazine rack. (via idsgn.org's gift guide)
The Book Hook
Now that's a bookmark. Not much of a hook, but no mind (via makenosound)
Tom, Wendy and I share some ideas for holiday gifts
I stand by my New Moon soundtrack selection. ;-)
Duluth Trading Company
ATshirtBlog’s Holiday Gift Guide
We helped print a few of these shirts, and I know many of the designers and companies on the list. An honor to be among them on this finely curated list.
15 uses for newsprint
The Pencil Factory brings it together. I quite dig this simple design to showcase the works. (via Khoi)
Stay close to nature, it will never fail you
A letterpress print with this fine notion from Frank Lloyd Wright (via bblinks)
Dyson Air Multiplier
A fan without blades. Neato. Can't wait to 'fee' one. (via uncrate)
Repro Depot designs
Vintage-Inspired Textile Designs on CD (what's a CD?) by Chronicle Books. This looks like a nice thing to have on the bookshelf in the studio.
A magic wand for your tv
Gestural UI finally comes of age. (via FreshArrival)
Jude Buffum has prints of “Mushroom Recession” available on canvas
This, an excellent piece from the 8 Bit and Beyond collective show fusing art & videogames in Philly. (which I found out through waxy.org)
Frank Chimero has just added t-shirts to his shop.
I'm running out of adjectives to extoll praise of Frank's goods. I love the feeling he creates with his style and palette. It transitions great to cloth.
Personalized Felt Pennants
I can think of a few little folk (and myself) that would like one of these.
Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Standard Zoom Lens
That last link with the (AWESOME) aquarium video? It was shot with this, the most reasonably priced and versatile lens I've yet to see to fit most any Canon camera, including my own. I'm officially placing it on my wishlist, but if anyone has another suggestion, please drop a line!
I love what Drew finds and makes, and how he puts it all together. It's icing on the cake that he's just down the road.
Lester Beall Postcards
Eyeing these til payday (via Draplin)
32GB CompactFlash card – $62.00
This is a very good deal for a ton of capacity. (thanks Marmot!)
Mr Tea Towel
I find this to be more compelling than André the Giant's mug in some way. (via Clusterflock)
Portland General Store, Lisa Brodar’s products for men
Oh, I know it's more stuff. But this looks like beautiful "stuff" that could help me moisturize AND improve home decor. Win. Win. (There is also a line of products for women, via Uncrate)
Slip on sleeve tattoos
I suppose I need to work on my guns before I get these pantyhose for my arms. (via byrdhouse)
Draplin Design Co.: The magnificent poster
Easiest 20 bucks I've ever parted with.
Best Made Axes
I never thought I'd say an axe was pretty. (via nedwright)
Wood Box Supply
Pretty straightforward, these folks sell all kinds of wooden boxes. (via alex cornell)
Saving money with your iPhone
Amy points out some nice apps I wasn't aware of. Must dig into some of these when I'm back in the states.
A fanny pack for your head
Ack. (via zefrank)
Tiny Mix Tapes Vol. 1: Darfur – The first release from the music blog with a big heart
Studiomate Tom just got the vinyl and it's a solid affair from cover to content. Also of note, all profits aid victims in the Sudanese region.
Practice random acts of gardening. (a local feed, seen on a Grain Edit twitter)
Fate to Fatal
A few folks have asked if there'd be any of the vinyl we helped Kim and Kelley print up. There (were) a handful, with some special color experiments for sale to boot. UPDATE: The limited edition has sold out.
Felted Mouse Booties with PrettyLittle
Wrapping up the day with this nice profile on Etsy seller Lacey Smith. (via MeFi)
Or bookshelf talk-bubble. Either way, I like it.
Japanese masking tape
Pricey but oh so pretty (via Jen Bekman)
Photography by Feaverish
I'm often copping Aaron's links, but I admire his photos to boot
Best USB flash drive ever?
It's up there for sure.
Partners & Spade
Art Museum mixed with retail. Filing under things to do in NYC
Whoa. Snuggie mates with afgan(s). (via craplinks)
FIVE ingredients! Deliciously beautiful concept. Must try. (as seen on 37signals and Uncrate)
Moon Shine Lamp & Shade
My friend Anne is helping us shop for a light for our living room. I'm loving the organza here.
has a great About page to go with the fun shopping experience.
You Are So Last Year, the Shop
The Modern Logger Poster is sublime
Dooce looks at clocks
I'm saving this link for my friend Anne, she is addicted to wall clocks
Kelley Deal Goods
We quietly launched this page a few weeks ago and I keep meaning to link 'em up but stuff keeps selling out. I break out in a big smile every time Kelley sends over a new batch of items. I love every single thing she makes.