We’re a pretty satisfied bunch, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t covetous. Sometimes we see things out there that we just must have. This is an archive of those earthly desires.
All you need is a plastic sphere, some candle wax, a sheet of sandpaper, some paint and a global pandemic that gives you the time.
These cases are hand-sewn, built up and painted over with intricate patterns to create elaborate dioramas of animals and objects.
This smartly designed, easy-to-use local cup share program is already in operation at several cafes in Vancouver.
We're not entirely sure why this 3-inch, iron-on, embroidered patch needs to be in our lives but such is the mystery of material desire.
I don't like that it's slow, heavy (4,200 lbs) and runs on diesel fuel, but I still want to give Matt Denton's creation a go...
We've thought up a short list of local products and services that we think might help inspire and enable a self-care ritual this season.
From wine to chocolate, these gift ideas provide not only instant and delicious gratification, but also tasty reasons to come together.
Skip the long haul trip to wine country; it's pretty sleepy this time of year and most of the Wine Club wines are exclusive to members anyways.
Feel uneasy getting fawned over in extravagant settings? Try this understated spa treatment room with a humble vibe...
For lovers (and dreamers) of adventure and fans of good design, Brian Kelley's 'Parks' looks to be a captivating 384 pages.
We're feeling mighty inspired to see Tetsuro Shigematsu's new play in East Van (November 6-17th).
The new book from the Princeton Architectural Press zeroes in on the beautiful maps made by 19th century adventurers.
If you're (jaded) like me then you'll appreciate this no-bullshit tote bag that gives hardworking people the respect they deserve.
We never thought we'd see a novelty pillow so perfectly suited to our hearts' desires, but this one really threads the needle.
This new guide to enjoying your adventures in the woods has information on everything from survival basics to wilderness etiquette.
In a perfect world, we'd spend our summer brewery hopping and beach commuting astride this tricked out Redline 925.
Remember the pre-Instagram days when disposable cameras were a cool and easy way to document good times? They're back...
The Shellworks team has created a versatile bioplastic made by mixing vinegar with the biopolymer found in crustacean exoskeletons.
This hand-made, wall-mounted bottle opener from Maryland's LeRoy Woodworks looks like it would fun to mess around with.
Featuring "Fuck-Tailed Flycatchers" and "Great Blue Morons", this new book is a taxonomic takedown of winged and evil elusiveness.
These original t-shirts are screenprinted by the local artist herself and are currently for sale in a highly limited run.
Made by London-based designer Joshua Renouf, all you need to do for prep is add coffee grounds, set the alarm and go to sleep.
Where do cast iron pans go when they die? Trick question -- they don't die. But if they did, this would be their heaven.
California company EV West has made a brisk business out of converting old Ferraris, Porsches and even VW vans to electric.
Matt Thompson of Michigan's Thompson Woodworks created a Adirondack chair that does a lot for those who sit in it.
Reinhard - a freelance Multimedia and Graphics Editor at the New York Times - has been busy with an awesome side hustle.
Buying into this flower share is a brilliant way to pre-emptively ensure fresh, gorgeous, local blooms all summer long.
The local artist's new series of drawings is currently hanging on the walls of Chernoff Fine Art on East 2nd Avenue.