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Wednesday
Jun082011

[GIFTED] Luggage Tag Thank You Cards

Despite the fact that I am almost always brazen, brusque, and grumpy, I am a big, big, big believer in Thank You cards.  My desk drawer is full of them, and they allow me to say sincere, heartfelt things to people in writing that I would never be able to say out loud. 

These cards from Girl in Gear Studio are the coolest ones I've seen in a long time, and you get a set of 12 for under $20.   

Thursday
Jun022011

[GIFTED] Walk-Up Press Cards

Listen up, David After the Dentist: life doesn't get more real than when you live in New York City.  Or maybe when you're in jail.  I've seen Oz, I know what crazy shit goes down in there. 

Local Brooklyn design company Walk-Up Press has created a "local" series that depicts what it's like to live in Brooklyn: cockroaches, rats, and water towers. 

Pretty accurate.

Monday
May302011

[ETSY] Bakelite Business Card Holder

When I got my first real job, my father bought me one of those golden businesscard holders that are only used by douchebags.  I can't hold it against him, he thinks I am a powerful lady performing powerful lady business, and his view of what I do all day is probably summed up in this Saturday Night Live sketch

Needless to say, I don't carry that thing around.  This Bakelite Business Card Holder ($20) is a cooler version of that. 

More photos after the jump.

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Thursday
May192011

[GIFTED] iStuck iPhone Holder

The other day, I saw a commercial for an iPhone for $49, which frankly, made me want to jump out the nearest open window. 

Since the value of tiny pocket computers has gone down so significantly that I no longer fear using them on the A train, this iStuck iPhone holder ($12, Fred Flare) is more than appropriate.  Let's pretend to stick old gum on an expensive, advanced piece of technology.

Friday
May062011

[GIFTED] Ace Bottle Opener 

You probably stopped carrying around a bottle opener a few years after you graduated from college, but that doesn't mean you can't pick up this bottle opener ($20, Kikkerland) for your immature friend or your little brother who's graduating high school. 

Bonus: it's slim enough to fit in your wallet, if you're a guy or a lesbian.