Hey ladies! Let’s shower the men that put babies in all of you with gifts, shall we? It’s getting increasingly hard to think of things to get anyone. I mean, Amazon exists and people constantly buy themselves things – am I right? Or do I just have an online shopping addiction?
Here’s a round-up of some things the man in your life may like to receive come the holidays. Some are new, some are throwbacks – all should please him.
1. Bruce Lee Action Figures, $15
Is there a man in existence who doesn’t like Bruce Lee? Where? Show him to me.
2. Vinyl Collection Puzzle, $27
Who doesn’t pine for vinyl? And for that matter, puzzles?
3. Gloves For Gadgets, $24
Texting in the winter is the worst. Problem solved.
4. The Art of Miles Davis, price varies
Is your man a Miles Davis fan? Did you know that he was also an incredible painter? The world soon will thanks to the recent release of a hardcover book of his collected works, but while it’s still a semi-secret there are some affordable versions of the paperback art book he collaborated to make. There is only one edition of this book – so it’s pretty special.
5. The Graphic Canon, Vol. 1-3, $78
Is your man a lover of literature? Is he a lover of graphic design? Is he a lover of art? Does he have eyes? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions – you should buy this:
“These works of literature do not reside just on the shelves of academia; they flourish in the eye of our imagination…will leave you awe-struck.”
â€”New York Times Book Review
6. Digix miniboom Portable Bluetooth Speaker, $30
This waterproof bluetooth speaker has a suction cup on it that makes it perfect for the shower.
7. Needlepoint Boombox Wallet, $105
Okay, so this is pricey. But awesome.
8. Chromecast, $35
This little invention is amazing. You plug it into your TV and it magically streams content from your computer, phone or tablet to your HDTV.
With Chromecast, you can easily enjoy your favorite online entertainment on your HDTVâ€”movies, TV shows, music, and more from Netflix, YouTube, HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Google Play Movies and Music, and Chrome. No more huddling around small screens and tiny speakers. Chromecast automatically updates to work with a growing number of apps.