Take a break from hanging that optimistic canopy of mistletoe and wrap your lovelorn arms around the Thrillist Network's greatest hits of the past month. Happy Holidays.
Emailed to Miami: Kid Dangerous Clothing
Using simple but compelling graphics, Kid creates tees and hoodies that vent your hilariously surly inner teen in far more effective fashion than slamming your door because no one understands you.
These guys did blow with Kate Moss -- check 'em out here
Emailed to Los Angeles: Breakfast In A Bag
Suggested by a longtime Freak customer, BMPM packs in all the carbs, meat, grease, and sugar necessary for highly productive days, and dramatically fewer of them.
Pig out here
Emailed to Las Vegas: Tattooed Steel
TS uses steel and titanium accessories (belt buckles, money clips, cuffs) as a canvas for designs braver men ink on their buttocks, e.g., the Eastern-ferocious "Kabuki", the woman vs skull "Love is a Battlefield", and the self-explanatory yet Spanish "Dos Dragons". The nationwide posse of contributing artists ranges from a Denver "street culture fashion guru" to Big Tiny, "the go-to ink guy of the Cali State Prison of LA", whose access to titanium and steel must be the pride of the Cali State penal system.
Tat up without crying once here
Emailed to Nation: Batman's Willy
Featured in the original Batman TV series, the head on this handsome Bill Shakespeare bust tilts back to reveal a secret switch for controlling lights, music, or anything else that uses electricity. Also useful for bludgeoning Adam West when he breaks into your house in search of food.
Get busy with the Bard here
Emailed to San Francisco: Rickshaw Bags
Made-to-order in a Dogpatch warehouse, Rickshaws are the brainchild of two former Timbuk2 execs, who mastered comfort and quality peddling to the masses before going small-scale to reconnect with their customers and play lots of Office Nerf Basketball.
Tag it and bag it here