Years have passed and Popeye is now an old sailor. While the image you see here has been around for a while, the artist has now crafted it into a sculpture with 3D printing. Everything on the sculpture was printed except the collar and the pipe stem.
Your dose of coffee is important, let it reflect its importance with the prescription coffee mug. Costs $10.
Beer is important, so is someone’s ability to purchase one. Although it is not a global constant, it makes for a pretty interesting image anyway. The folks over at Quartz have created a global index consisting of the average price of draft beer in several countries, and the hours a minimum wage worker would have to put in to be able to afford beer.
Black Milk Clothing is all set to convert the Batsuit into a swimsuit, and have geeky girls wear it. The geek wear company is all set to launch a line of Batman inspired clothing, set to release on February 11.
The cute and cuddly teddy bear is a staple to Valentine’s Day for many, and this one does it even better by adding a sweet compliment to the mix. Shit bitch, you is fine; and it even rhymes with Valentine! Costs $29.59.
Check out these sweet cards and prints, by Emily McDowell. They seem especially suited for Valentine’s Day.
I might have added the brackets in the heading, but that little joke was too tempting to miss. It’s around Valentine’s day and this might help you put things into words easier, provided you don’t fall for the temptation of adding punctuation or words that make things none too flattering. 50 Reasons You Blow My Mind is a book with quotations, and blanks for you to fill in, with whatever words of love you like. Costs $10.45.
When you start searching on Google, it tries to autocomplete your search term using the most popular words to follow. These images show what people think of various countries of the world, depending on the word that autocompletes the Google question “Why is [country] so”
Following his superb series of animal sounds in different languages, artist James Chapman has a couple new illustrations that show the word for sneeze in different languages. The illustrations focuses on the sound, rather than the action itself. Interestingly enough, the artist points out an article that says the sound we make while sneezing is a cultural habit, and thus the sound of the sneeze changes through different languages.