Digging the concept drawing.
Digging the concept drawing.
Steve Powers for Absolut Vodka
Absolut’s new Art of Sharing campaign prominently features two of our favorite artists, Steve Powers and Chiho Aoshima, creating four (2 each) custom pitchers for the vodka brand. These are must haves for the boozy, art lover. And if anyone is feeling generous enough after depleting some of the bottles content, they should send all four pitchers our way for further investigation.
Great news from our favorite spirit maker Art in the Age (makers of ROOT), as we see they are bottling a new spirit based on the Pennsylvania Dutch recipe for ‘Lebkuchen’, or ginger snap. This will be in our bar the moment we can get our hands on it!
I have no clue what’s going on here but, The Most Interesting Man in the World better be invloved.
Saw a blurry pic of this when my friend from the Whoa! was in Basel. He said it tasted “not like weed… just like Tea.” Which figures since it’s made of black tea with 5% hemp bloom syrup, and 0.0015% hemp bloom extract.
Here’s the website if you’re interested
It’s that time of the year for you to get down with the World’s most favorite puppie.
Define yourself every day with this AWESOME mug that is newly available to our store. The Best Mug Ever is an 11 ounce ceramic mug that comes equipped with a dry erase marker so you can let everyone (or just yourself) know how much of a bad ass you are. Buy it here, and see some examples after the jump
Dang, I’d definitely rather have 5 of those Oreo ice cream things than a Sunkist. Have a look at more of the great juxtapositions here.
via, boing boing
Yes, you read that correctly. Agent Cooper would be proud.
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NY Mag has put together a fantastic pdf map noting popular speak easy type joints.
Forget about the part of this graphic which shows this as a bedside table. I think the initial concept was to ward off zombies. Zombies are lame, get over them. This table should be in bars, the classy kind where people get drunk and fight.
There’s something to be said about dwelling in the country.
hat tip to the Blaaahg
Fernando & Humberto Campana talk about The Tasting Gloriette they created for Veuve Clicquot at the 2010 Milan Furniture Fair.
Give a standing ovation to Bolivia for re-introducing coca into soft drinks. They should have named it Cola-Coca.
More at the Guardian
I remember reading Jay McInerney’s wine musings in the now defunct House & Garden, and thinking to myself that with age, he had become more interesting while writing about wine than penning novels.
“My first experience with a sparkling pink wine took place on a blanket on the lawn at Tanglewood in the company of a girl named Joan Coughlin. The Who were onstage performing “Tommy” and the warm summer air was perfumed with incense and cannabis smoke. The wine in question, Cold Duck, was, I discovered much later, composed of two parts New York State sparkling wine and one part California bulk red wine. I eventually learned to turn up my nose at Cold Duck, but I think my fond memories of that evening may have something to do with my abiding enthusiasm for rosé Champagne.”
Not that I wouldn’t read another book by him, it’s just that his characters matured way more quickly than I have. And I like to relate.
The full column at the WSJ
Helping to celebrate their 30th Anniversary, Sierra Nevada created Sierra 30, a special project of four limited-edition beers created with the founders of the craft-brewing movement. The first beer, The Pioneer’s Stout, is available now.