Our Goober Candles by Talbot & Yoon were featured in the Mother Magazine Spring Editor's Picks product round-up. Story by James Kicinski-McCoy.
“I am a firm believer that candles can change the ambiance and mood of any home or space. I’m a huge fan of the large Haas Brothers candles, but they come with a steep price tag and are hard to find. Lucky for me, I found some cute miniature versions of them that are much more affordable and just as cool.” Goober Candles, $24, Areaware."
Our Gradient Puzzle was featured on the December 2017 episode of The Today Show. The puzzles were included in their gift guide selection for the Today's show Ultimate Gift Guide Episode at the 10:50 mark.
Our Bank in the Form of a Pig by Harry Allen was featured in the Winter 2017 issue of Gather Magazine as a part of their holiday gift guide. The puzzle was included in a feature titled The Marketplace, pg 112. Photos by Stephen Kent Johnson.
"The dictionary defines greed as a selfish desire for more of something. And though every vice is represented in our Gather shop, greed is the sin that reigns supreme. Because, as Andrea True once sang: more, more, more, that's how you'll wank it. Find it all at gatherjournal.com.
2. Gluttony: Reality Bank in the Form of a Pig by Areaware - This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef, this little piggy had none, this little piggy was gilded into the ne plus ultra of piggy banks for a golden mash-up of gluttony and greed. $200"
Our Bottle Opener by Brendan Ravenhill was selected by GQ Magazine as part of their 2017 Best Stuff feature - The Best Bottle Opener for Making Friends. Written by Liza Corsillo, published on August 28, 2017.
Our Bent-Nail Bottle Openers were featured in the August 2017 issue of Bon Appetit. The Bottle Openers were included in a section titled Starters, pg 19. Text by Amiel Stanek, Lilli Sherman, Emma Wartzman, Nakita Richardson, Alex Delany and Ashely Mason. Photos by Ted Cavanaugh.
"Open Season: If you're going to sit on a porch somewhere and crack open a bottle of beer, you might as well do it in style. Luckily, these colorful openers have a magnet that keeps all those bottle caps from dropping to the floor."