Check out which artisan objects are catching our attention this week, from Best Made Co. axes to Hub Shop's wooden toothbrush set.
American Felling Axe at Best Made Co.
For all those haters that say you aren't man enough because you "like clothes"sling this "quintessential woodland tool" around a few times and everyone will get the picture.
Prospector Co. Wormwood Absinthium Cream at Modern Anthology
Okay, calm down. Although it says absinthe, this cream is a "non-hallucinogenic skin hydrant" so you probably won't go buck wild as soon as you slather this on. Not quite sure if that's a good or bad thing though.
Arrow at Fredericks & Mae
Game of Thrones is back, people. Prove your undying fan love and prepare for battle.
Rei Kawakubo Stool at Matter
Step up your stool game with Rei Kawakubo's take on the Artek Stool 60.
Good Grief Glasses at Set
Finally! You don't have to sit around wondering how much you have to drink to get to the appropriate mood. Just level up and watch how true the measurements are.
Izola Numbers Toothbrush Set at Hub Shop
It's time to replace your gnarly old toothbrush. And look, these ones are numbered so nobody takes the wrong one.
Jolida Stereo Amplifier at Assembly New York
This may look frighteningly old, but you can plug in whatever you wantrecord player, iPod, Zune (if you're that guy)and instantly receive amplified sounds.
Spring/Easter Collection with Hand- Woven-Plate Tea Strainer at Bellocq
"Accent the gorgeous freshness of Spring" with this set of three tea blends bursting with rays of sunshine and butterflies. Bonus points if you learn how to pronounce "Bellocq" and subsequently snub all your common folk friends.
Celadon Glazed Tea Bowl at OEN
And how good would you look if you're artfully crunching on some salad in this glazed tea bowl WHILE sipping on the aforementioned Bellocq teas? It's a win-win situation.
Blackboard at Labour and Wait
Indulge all your mad scientist tendencies with this German-made beauty of a blackboard. Also good for to-do lists and inspiring quotes.