Like talking to the hand, but the hand's full of awesome, the Thrillist Network is in your face.
Emailed to SF: ModelFeed Creepily peruse this mini social network for models (currently there're 15 of 'em), where straight-up 10s share everything from scantily clad campaign pics, to runway tips, to party photos, to personal interests, e.g., "my main interest, high school, recently ended" -- so make with the pics! Get the skinny
Emailed to Nation: Southern Brand From two Miami dudes so homesick for their rural Southern roots they brought you tee shirts with slogans like "Liquor, Guns & Lotto", these genuine cowhide beer cozies're stitched up with a neoprene lining, to better keep your beer cold until you're ready for an udder one. Cowboy up on these cozies
Emailed to Atlanta: FUCT Preaching "cultural revolution through a total assault on pop culture", FUCT's visually arresting new line includes the Shriner-tweaking "Keys to the Universe" (orange, yellow, & purple skull rocking Fuct fez in outer space), "Canned Heat" (Vietnam-era photo of a machine gun toting soldier on a 'copter), and the army-helmeted "Turn on the Middle Class", reading "1970: Smoking Dope & F***ing in the Streets" -- a sight that, given 1970 grooming habits, is particularly fuct up. Get FUCT at Thrillist.com
Emailed to Nation: Foodoro Operating like an online greenmarket, Foodoro's cobbled together hundreds of tasty noshes from 75+ small-time producers of everything from pantry goods to bloody raw meat, united only by their dedication to quality, sustainable practices, and plucky defiance of Big Food. Be healthily fat with Foodoro
Emailed to Boston: Print Brigade A spankin' new line from a Cambridge-based artist/graphic dude, PB offers hand-designed tees and art covering an eclectic range of topics like cartoon monsters, death metal, weapon-toting marine life, rap slogans, and harmless statements of unadulterated opinion. Get all the tees fit to print