Originally published as a serial in 1903, The Call of the Wild has yet to stop printing. For over 100 years, readers have following canine Buck through his adventures in the wilderness of Yukon. One of London's most successful pieces, this novel has been reissued to appeal to modern readers and inspire another generation of explorers.
You’re not going to find a better way to add atmosphere to your living space than getting a flame going. So strike a match and light up any one of this trio of custom-made, handsomely scented beauties. Because, let’s be serious — what room couldn’t use a little mood lighting? The Den candle features a rich blend of tobacco, wood and leather notes; the Lodge candle is loaded with notes of balsam fir, freshly split wood, and moss; and the Night candle burns with a soft base of jasmine and lavender and undertones of citrus, wood, and a touch of amber.
Originally created in 1998 for MoMA, a smaller version of this iconic perpetual clock was released in 2008 for the design's 10th anniversary. The calendar is easy and engaging to use. The magnetic balls are manually moved to mark both the date and month, turning timekeeping into art itself. From desktops to living room shelves to art exhibits, the piece fits in everywhere.
It's unhealthy to start your day on your phone, but when you use it as an alarm clock it's sort of inevitable. An analog alarm clock changes all that, and will help you start your day with a clear mind. The Fred has a brown and black color scheme, and easy to read hands. Spin the alarm setting to whichever hour you wish, and save the internet for after lunch if you can help it.