Thrillist's monthly Best-Ofs: enjoy them straight up with a wedge of hilarity
Emailed to Nation: James Jirat Patradoon
Born in Thailand and raised in Sydney, JJP creates seriously rad pop paintings featuring his own renegade comic book-ish characters, which he slaps onto limited-edition, hand-pulled screenprints you can proudly display on your wall until your mom throws them out.
Thai one on, bra
Emailed to New York: Mathmatiks
Out of Bklyn and available in either gold-plating or solid gold, this apocalyptically steezed mewlery's mostly inspired by traditional methods of zombie plague defense (gas mask pendants w/ rhodium eye insets, sawed-off shotgun pins, etc) and comes packaged in pairs inside custom-made wooden boxes.
Get your aggro bling here
Emailed to Los Angeles: 100,000 Fans
100,000's a Venice-based site that's enlisted a team of music-biz experts to curate a small selection of unsigned artists they think have the goods, then gives fans the opportunity to help them "make it", or at the very least, stop "making fries".
You're so making the band
Emailed to Miami: Helping Mind
Miami-based HM screens 100% Pima cotton tees before seams're sewn, ensuring continuity on their wrap-around designs; prints include "Looking At Horizon", a hot lady atop a tower of giant cubes gazing off into the distance (w/ more cubes on the back), the fairly self-explanatory "Skull And Dots", and "Old School Shoe", a helix-like swirl of lines around a beat-up canvas hi-top.
OK, these won't help your mind, but they sure are neat T-shirts
Emailed to DC: Jesus Christ Bail Bonds
Walking on water is impressive, but can Jesus bail you out of a Baltimore jail?