J.J. Abrams takes the #TwizzlerChallenge for autism with Chewy. What a wookie.
A couples' intimate plans go awry when a friend comes for dinner.
Racing enthusiast and timepiece aficionado Steve McQueen saw his passions collide when he starred in the 1971 film Le Mans. This picture finds the "king of cool" wearing his signature Tag Heuer Monaco watch along if full racing gear during a scene from the movie in Le Mans, France. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"
Your everyday grooming needs haven't changed much since this comb was originally designed and issued to soldiers during World War II. This compact version of that comb is a welcome addition to your everyday carry, made in the U.S.A. using laser cut stainless steel that is hand polished in Idaho. When it's not in use, the steel is protected by a black leather sheath that was tanned in St. Louis before being embossed, cut, and finished with a "US" stamp.
Length (open): 7.6"
This is why your next viral video is stuck at 301 views.
You wouldn't want these people to do your taxes but you definitely want them to be your friend.
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.
For those that grew up in late '70s and '80s, the graphic designs of NASA are some of the most memorable of the period, appearing on everything from hats to the Space Shuttle. This reprinting of the NASA Graphics Standards Manual celebrates this outstanding identity system, which was used from 1975 to 1992. Recreated for public use for the first time from the personal copies of the original designers, Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, it covers the logo, placement, color schemes, and other design standards that helped capture the imagination of a generation and make the American space agency a lasting, iconic part of our legacy of exploration. Included are scans of Danne's personal copy of the original manual, a forward from Danne, an essay by Christopher Bonanos, reproductions of the original NASA 35mm slide presentation, and scans of the 'Managers Guide', a follow up booklet distributed by NASA. Each copy is individually wrapped in a foil static shield, adding even more nostalgic rocket-age flair to this iconic design reference.
220 pages / 129 Image Plates / 9.5" x 11.5" / Hardcover