The Legless Pirate Cork Screw is your average corkscrew, albeit with a geeky design and a penchant for buried treasure. Created by designer Nick Lerwill, this cork screw looks like a pirate with an eye patch and a cork for a peg leg. It won’t make you walk off the plank or give you scurvy, but it does make for a great conversation starter.
If nothing else, this funny phone case for the Galaxy S4 makes you realize just how important a phone really is. Losing your phone is right up there with losing your passport now. This set of colorful passport phone cases provide great protection, easy access to your phone, a nice rubber edge bumper, a magnet […]
For all you manly men out there, there’ nothing cooler than taking a swig of strong whisky from a well-crafted flask. And this flask might just be the world most beautiful choice.
Having trouble growing that sweet lumberjack beard you’ve always dreamed of? Maybe it’s time to get some help. Thankfully, the knitting wizards at Beardhead have come up with an easy solution to your facial hair problems that also happens to be, oh, so comfy. Check out these awesome face-warmers that look like beards and stubble. Ladies, this […]
This is the ultimate office desk pet. It doesn’t need to be taken for walks, cleaned up after, or fed. Having your very own Pet Tornado is super easy and fun. And kids absolutely love playing with it. Just hold the jar, spin it in a circular motion, and watch the tornado funnel begin to touch […]
The wait has ended: the new collection, Tome #1, from The Balletcats is finally here, which is like Christmas in June for any fan of the unique feline-driven madcap illustrations of Jordan Marzuki. The new line comes with a sweater-driven charge against curiosity (and its havoc on the cat), a tote featuring feline obituaries, and […]
Befaco is a bunch of people based in Barcelona. They are analog synth lovers and rather geeky. They practice what we call in the scene DIY (Do it yourself), manufacturing modular panels under Befaco’s brand name. They are able to clone classic synthesizers … at least, that’s what I’ve read in the forum and I […]
The majority of people today use their iPhones to take photos. However, how do we conveniently convert one of our snap-shot moments into a print without resorting to a big printer? The Impossible Project, revitaliser of Polaroid film and purveyor of refurbished Polaroid hardware, wants to make the moments we capture Polaroid ones. its proposed Instant Lab would do this in a, well, instant. It’s using Kickstarter to help fund the project with a $250,000 goal and on its first day, raised $A150,000. To make a pledge visit their Kickstarter page – and be one of the first to get your own Instant Lab half price before it hits stores next year.
Inspired by Caspar David Friedrich and American Space Travel, the Das Nebelmeer print by Rebel Unlit features a unique collage of mountains and space shuttle smoke. We love this surreal piece, and its partner in crime, the Der Wanderer print. Both works are giclee prints on cotton matt archival 310 gsm paper. Check out these and other cool Rebel Unlit pieces in the Lost At E Minor store.
Inspired by the aesthetics of architecture and graphic design, FAQ Clothing has a post-modern approach to design. Each collection is based on a conceptual theme: ranging from vintage comics to lunar phases. FAQ works with no boundaries, nor rules, which makes for a compelling line. Check out more FAQ products in the Lost At E […]
In 2008, graphic designer Becky Edgington and illustrator Sarah Beetson created two limited-edition packs of playing cards featuring images from Beetson’s exhibition, 50 Bucks: Bring On The Sluts. The images were selected from almost 500 small artworks created on moleskine paper, inspired by vintage pornography and a trip to Japan.
In the Little Companions Rebelling Against the Magician t-shirt, label The Balletcats capture everything that we love about the holiday season: rebellion, flames, and striped pants. Nothing short of a classic family gathering! While everything that The Balletcats do is genius, this shirt has an extra bit of zip: it’s an exclusive for Lost At […]
Okayboss is an illustrator based in sunny Sydney who combines the powers of PB&J sandwiches, cats on the Internet, and a pocketful of edible crayons into a rainbow Voltron drawingbot. His shirts are anything from abstract space particles, to hands with expressions, while his music-inspired art prints are playful, witty, and gorgeous. Okayboss items are available for sale in the Lost At E Minor Store.
This pocket chainsaw (non motorised, obviously) weighs only five ounces, but can cut through a three-inch-thick tree limb in less than 10 seconds. I will need one of these for the zombie apocalypse.