Pay proper respect to your favorite comic book character with some Comic Collage Art ($100-$400). Ranging in size from 12" x 12" to 24" x 36", these gallery wrap canvas artworks are created from pages and covers ripped from the comics themselves, serving as fantastically detailed tributes to the artistry, writing, and characters of each, all while working as a single work themselves.
When it comes to facial hair, the world isn't so big — there are only so many styles out there, many of which are represented on the Moustache World Map ($12-$28). Created by the Pixel Prince and available in sizes ranging from 11" x 14" to 20" x 30", each print is hand-signed and dated by the artist, and might even inspire you to ditch your lazy man's beard for a more refined upper lip cover.
If you haven't yet purchased a 2012 calendar for yourself, make this year's version less of an eyesore and more of a conversation piece with the Vertical Calendar ($30). Measuring a foot across and three feet tall, each month features clean typography, includes all the major U.S. holidays, and provides plenty of room for adding your own events. In addition, you can order a special hang-up package for four bones that'll let you secure each month's sheet to the wall with nothing but four tacks and four magnets, while keeping the original sheet hole-free.
Whether you're making a shirt, canvas print, graphic furniture, painting, or anything else that requires ink, consider using Inkodye ($12-$175) to get the job done. Thanks to a unique photographic print process that uses the sun to develop the dye, Inkodye can be used in a variety of ways to create lasting images on any absorbant natural fiber. [Scouted by Adam]
Complete your collection of Think Different posters with the quote that launched it all. This Here's To The Crazy Ones Letterpress Poster ($100-$200) contains the full quote from the iconic 1997 Apple commercial, the majority of which has been attributed to our late hero Steve Jobs, who even tried on the narrator hat himself before bowing to Richard Dreyfuss in the version that actually aired. Each poster is handcrafted, measuring 10" by 26", printed on 100% cotton, handmade Arches 140# paper, and is limited to just 500 prints — so if you want one, you'd best get to ordering.
Create your own art with Instagram CanvasPop Photos ($30-$60). Letting you mix the digital world with the real world, this CanvasPop offshoot lets you easily print your Instagram photos directly onto stretched canvas. Choose from 12" x 12" or 20" x 20", and be sure to order a small gaggle to make your own hipster-filter gallery.
By nature, sound is a hard thing to visualize — but now you can have a visual reminder of your favorite noise by ordering up some Resonant Decor ($200-$700). Available in a variety of sizes and color schemes, these unique decorations are created by taking the waveform of a sound you record and upload, giving it a custom colored gradient design, and printing the final image on a high-quality canvas, making each piece uniquely yours. Perfect for your in-home studio or eardrum-shattering cinema.
While it's unlikely you've had the opportunity to see his work on an everyday basis, Banksy has produced some of the most recognizable artwork of this young century — and now you can bring a bit of it home by bidding on a piece of this Banksy Artwork (£10,000 an up; roughly $16,000 and up). Available this go round are several notable pieces including Monkey Detonator, HMV Dog, Precision Bombing, Watchtower Collaboration - Blu, and Balloon Girl, all of which feature Banksy's well-known sense of playfulness while also carrying the caché of having been created by an Oscar-nominated filmmaker. Just in case you forgot.
Ever wish your house could smell just like your local barber shop? Consider these Blind Barber Candles ($32-$88) your personal genies. Hand-poured in NYC using soy wax, they offer up tantalizing notes of honey, smoke, leather, and lavender, and arrive in 6.2 or gargantuan 23.6 oz Barbacide-inspired jars — for an added touch of authenticity.
Wouldn't life be more fun if we all had wrestling names? Jimmy "The Sorcerer" Page? "The Social Assassin" Larry David? Plaxico "Accidental Discharge" Burress? Yes, it definitely would, but we doubt we could get away with calling ourselves "Fabulous," "Great," or "Rowdy," so we'll just have to live vicariously through the Titanic Taxonomy of Wrestler Names Print ($25). Featuring 382 monikers spread across an 18" x 24" area, it's a great source of inspiration for anyone who's job it is to give names to saturday morning cartoon supervillains.
Ever wonder how much more fun history class would've been had it included things like unexplainable monsters, zombie outbreaks, and robotic influence into our national discourse? Well, that's pretty much exactly what these Alternate Histories Prints ($4-$150) are all about. These hilarious creations offer up a fantastical alternate world, in which L.A. held Zombie Killing Games in 1932, a robot ran amok in Chicago in 1892, and the "original" Washington Monument was destroyed in 1862 by the river monster affectionately known as "Potomac Patty." [Scouted by Eric]
Try as you might, odds are you won't ever be as cool as the folks immortalized in the virtual pages of The Impossible Cool — but at least you can gain some inspiration by hanging them on your walls. The Impossible Cool Print Collection ($110 and up) features ten undeniably cool images of some undeniably cool people — from Connery and Caine to Monroe and McQueen — limited to just 50 pieces each and available in one of three sizes and in your choice of black or white frame.