This stainless steel cocktail set from Cocktail Kingdom contains: one Seamless Mixing Glass, one Hoffman® Barspoon, one Japanese Style Jigger, one set of Koriko® Weighted Shaking Tins, and one Koriko® Hawthorne Strainer.
This otherworldly collection of Soviet space-race graphics takes readers on a cosmic adventure through Cold War-era Russia.
Internationally-renowned photographer Matt Lambros traveled across the United States to document the country's abandoned theaters—from the supposedly haunted Pacific Warner Theatre in Los Angeles to the Orpheum Theatre in New Bedford, MA.
If there’s nothing more terrifying to you than a blank page, and plain old horizontal lines feel more like prison than prompt, try this notebook of unusual graph paper. Guaranteed to shift your perspective with each new page.
This delightful, debut children's book by former Atlas Obscura staff writer Sarah Laskow answers important unicorn questions like why are unicorns associated with rainbows, why do some unicorns have wings, and—of course—are unicorns real?
From internet phenomenon to giant plush toy to a spot in your bedroom, this cuddly, stuffed crustacean is twenty-thousand leagues of cuteness.
Also known as Detroit Agate, Fordite is layer upon layer of automobile paint "overspray," polished to a gem-like state, and then, in this case, fashioned into jewelry.
With a bit of time and patience, you can have your own miniature wind-powered robot just like the large scale ones made by Dutch artist Theo Jansen.
Sturdy and squat, the Brown Betty teapot is a British classic. This redesigned take is the result of years of research by ceramicist Ian Mcintyre, who reincorporated long-lost features such as a no-drip spout and a locking lid.
Hand-picked from the droppings of Jacu birds and then washed and roasted, these beans make a sweetly delicious—and yes, incredibly expensive—cup of coffee. Learn more on Gastro Obscura.
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