Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

3:20 pm

Counting Koi Wooden Blocks by House Industries


For the typography nerd who has a penchant for all things well designed, you might want to consider House Industries‘ latest addition to their wooden block family. They team with Uncle Goose, a Michigan company known for manufacturing old-school toys.…

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Monday, July 30th, 2012

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

2:00 pm

Beams – Limited Edition – Chimayo Bears


Soft toys don’t appear too often on these pages, but this is a Beams product so it’s go to have something interesting going on. These are Chimayo patchwork bears, that New Mexico weaving hugely popular amongst vintage heads and often…

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Friday, March 18th, 2011

Monday, September 13th, 2010

2:37 pm

Video | ThisIsDeus

Video | ThisIsDeus

We’ve been supporters of Deus for a good while now. This video should give you the requisite feel required to embrace the brand spirit. Our friends as a whole are a tight knit family of passionate, hard working post modern…

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Thursday, August 5th, 2010

10:00 pm

Playsam Saab Ride-on Roadster by Ulf Hanses

Selectism - Playsam Saab Ride-on Roadster by Ulf Hanses

The toy car could not get any better than this prototype from Ulf Hanses of the Saab Ride-on Roadtser from Playsam. “Scandinavian wooden toy car inspired by the classic Saab Roadster prototype 92001. The car looks as good as the original Saab…

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Thursday, May 13th, 2010

10:47 pm

Hammarhead Industries Woodsman 500

selectism - Hammerhead Industries Woodsman 500

Based in Philadelphia, PA, Hammarhead Industries is the baby of James Hammarhead. He’s turned his passion for 1950s motorcycles into a platform for his own creations. His bikes, like the above Woodsman 500, are lean and mean. They are minimalist…

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Friday, February 26th, 2010

6:26 pm

Nokona Athletic Company

selectism - Nocona Athletic Company

One more nod to quality handmade baseball gloves. Nokona Athletic Company, of Nocona, Texas, started producing sporting equipment in 1933. I guess that means it has some heritage, or that it feeds off a great internal tradition. Ultimately, what strikes…

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