Or, in this case, Lemonaid. They make you feel like a good person when you buy their stuff (there’s also a sister brand called Charitea), and it tastes great and not too sweet. Far removed from the big brand sugary soda.
These jars from the almost generic french brand are inifinitely useful (this one contained Korean pickled food given to my wife for her birthday). Also, you only need to buy the too-sweet jam once to reuse the jar.
This mug was given as a christmas present to zweipol from our colleague Patrick when he moved to New York recently. I love that obviously Milton Glaser’sI ♥ NY graphic is a real modern classic, but that it’s somewhat cheaply printed on the mug. An icon meant to be used.
One of a slew of new publications coming out of the currently very vibrant Web design scene, The Manual is a magazine, but you couldn’t tell by looking at it. But even more surprising than the high production values is the content: respected web-scenesters write thoughtful articles that are actually meant to last, and that made me take pause.