Travel and maritime themes are seen throughout the works of 19th-century author Herman Melville. This book set includes three of his earliest works along with a collection of his short stories and his most significant work, Moby Dick, a literary homage to the whaling industry which didn't become famous until several decades after his death. The set features custom printed jackets designed exclusively for Uncrate.
Typee, Omoo, Mardi
Complete Shorter Fiction
The Piazza Tales
Uncollected Short Stories and Sketches
Billy Budd, Sailor
Height: 8.5" / Width: 5.5" / Depth: 5.25" / Weight: 7 lbs
Found sitting in the parking lot of Boulder, CO's Eldora Mountain, this winterized Toyota FJ60 made such an impact on local artist Adam Ambro that he had to recreate it. Instead of simply taking a photograph, he used pens, markers, and recycled newspaper to create this artwork. The full-bleed matte print measures 16"x24" and can be easily fitted to an A2 frame.
Originally made for the British Ministry of Defense, 1950s NATO specification watches set the standard for pilots. Considered by many as the quintessential pilot's watch in its heyday, this reproduction stays true to the original's integrity while adding some valuable upgrades. The MKIII features a sapphire crystal face and a case manufactured and hand finished in Zurich and is offered in brushed stainless steel with black NATO strap — or with a sleek, non-reflective, PVD finish with black strap — often used by special forces units for covert operations. The dial is black on both with military-style broad arrow hands filled with Super Luminova lume pointing to lume-filled numeral markers for each hour. 24 jewel An automatic movement with a 42 hour power reserve is at its core, never needing a battery, along with the hacking function vital for synchronization.
Diameter: 38mm / Lug width: 18mm / Depth rating: 100 meters / Thickness: 12.5mm
Uncrate is an authorized dealer of Military Watch Company timepieces, extending their full 2-year guarantee with purchase.
One of the most important artists in the abstract expressionist movement, Jackson Pollock revolutionized American contemporary art. This photograph captures Pollock using his signature drip style technique while working in his studio on Long Island in 1949. The image would later be memorialized on a postage stamp in 1999. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"