For those of us whose gearhead mentality intersects with our love of great movies, there's no better way to display our interests than Cars & Films Prints ($28). These colorful, yet minimalist prints showcase famous cars from classic films, like Mr. Bean's Mini Cooper, the Ghostbusters' Cadillac, the taxi from Taxi Driver, the DeLorean from Back to the Future, and the Aston Martin from Goldfinger. Buy a few and decorate your TV room, or your garage. Each print is 11-inches by 17-inches.
The guys bringing us the Trophy Buffet ($34) understand that, for the generation of the "participation trophy," there are few accomplishments that don't warrant a little recognition. Made it to work on time every day this week? There's a trophy for that. Get that cute barista's phone number finally? You bet you deserve a trophy. Kick an out of the park homer in your slosh ball league? You get the idea. The trophies come in your choice of white, or black chalkboard paint, and feature a number of impressively-sculpted tops to suit any small victory.
If you're anything like us, you love a good visual inventory of stuff (see scenes from pretty much any Wes Anderson movie). There's something about a group of things laid out nicely that appeals to our sense of order and materialism. French graphic designer Alizée Lafon takes the concept and applies it to stuff from cult-favorite films and TV shows with these Movie & TV Kit Prints ($29-$360). The illustrated prints draw from Pulp Fiction, The Big Lebowski, Moonrise Kingdom, Mad Men, and more. Available in a range of sizes from 8" by 11" to 40" by 56".
If you keep track of your movies and books by making a mental note of who drank what, then you're sure to love The Cocktail Chart of Film & Literature ($22). This 18" x 24" print features 49 drinks taken from classics like Casino Royale, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Great Gatsby, and even The Godfather Part II. Each drink is listed with its name, the name of the character who drank it, the appropriate serving glass, and the recipe. As an added bonus, the first run is limited to just 500 prints, each of which will be signed and numbered by the artists themselves.