While you're sitting at your desk watching Invisible Monkeys, just remember that there are hardworking men out there, also wasting company time, trying to destroy a pair of khakis with a wrecking ball. Watch them all here.
We always knew giraffes had to be good for something other than the trimming of tall shrubs and those terrific summer-weight fur coats. We kid.
Bic lighters are ubiquitous, affordable, and fairly reliable. They're also about as classy as drinking from a styrofoam cup at a black tie function. This Brass Lighter Cover disguises these basic tools as something far more civilized. It's hand-fabricated in Oregon from 24 gauge sheet brass, then soldered and hand polished. There are vent holes to keep the flame going, a solid bottom for packing smoking material, and none of the stigma that comes from packing a cheap plastic lighter.
Made in the USA, Misc. Goods Co. playing cards might help you pass a few hours in quarantine. The cards have been completely redesigned with uniquely drawn illustrations from the tuck case to every symbol, court card, and typography — and are made from playing card stock with the highest grade bee coated paper.
Sold as individually in either black or cream cards.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
If you only buy one sword this year, make it this one. Absolutely effortless 9-minute demonstration of the sword's awesome powers. Don't miss the meat boots.
Take that, Subway. You just got slapped in the face with all that Quiznos meat.
Frank Sinatra made his debut at the Sands Hotel and Casino in 1953. The iconic performer grew to love the place so much, he bought a share in the hotel himself not much later and in 1960 it became legendary when Ocean's 11 was shot at the hotel. Shot in 1965, this framed print finds Sinatra preparing for a performance with the Count Basie Band at the Sands with a stiff drink and a cigarette. 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"
If you've ever been locked out of your home or vehicle, you know that a lock pick set is an essential item to own. The MPXS-14 from Southord is one of the company's most popular, small and versatile with 14 individual pieces to help you open almost any lock. The set includes nine lockpicks with metal handles, a broken key extractor, and four tension tools to help you open deadbolts, padlocks, and most automobile locks. The set arrives in a durable, snap over leather case for easy transportation wherever you go.
The Titan's Chris Johnson gets proper treatment from the folks who own CJ2K in their fantasy football leagues. You do know you should be drafting Ray Rice this year instead, right?