When Imogene+Willie decided to make their first men's jacket, they chose this one to hand-sew in their Nashville service station. The jacket is their take on a classic utility coat, and was resurrected from their archives recently and re-introduced in sanded indigo selvage. Each one is constructed from an overdyed 12oz. 100% cotton canvas and is built to work in, live in, and keep forever.
Taken in 1953 when the blonde bombshell was just 26 years old, this photograph has timeless appeal more than half a century later. The picture was made by iconic photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and captures Monroe posing on the patio outside of her Hollywood, California home. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white or black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
While much of Colorado-based artist Adam Ambro's work depicts vehicles he's found nearby, the two-door Range Rover Classic never made it to stateside dealerships. As a result, this one was actually sold by Virginia-based importers Commonwealth Classics. The boxy red vehicle is rendered with pens and markers on recycled newspaper; the unframed, full-bleed matte print measures 16"x24" and can easily be fitted to an A2 frame.
Honey is best in its purest form and it doesn't get much purer than straight off the comb. Delivered in full frames, the Black Locust Honeycomb offers fresh, raw honey harvested from Upstate New York. The sweet, golden syrup is made from the nectar of the Black Locust tree — a native tree of the eastern United States — and produces a mild honey that is less likely to crystalize. It comes housed in its original wax and is ideal for garnishing ice cream or can make an impressive addition to cheese boards.