The Bowlus Road Chief is possibly the most beautiful caravan (or trailer, if you’re American) that I’ve ever seen, it’s an obvious competitor for the Airstream, which has been the defacto polished aluminium home-on-wheels since the 1930s. Interestingly, the chief designer of the Airstream was a man named Hawley Bowlus – the same man whose...
Randy Grubb is almost certainly the best aluminium fabricator you'll find anywhere in the Western Hemisphere, his work with 4, 3 and 2 wheeled vehicles using the bauxite based metal is legendary and after taking a look at his newest creation, I can't help but think of him as a bit of an artist.
Chicara Nagata is one of those Da Vinci types who'll never be a household name because instead of painting moderately attractive smirking Italian housewives he builds motorcycles, and sadly that just doesn't have the same mainstream, Louvre-friendly appeal.
These beautiful, steam-punk hip flasks are each made to order by Pick Your Poison and each one includes the surname of the order in the engraving - which I think is fantastic.
Captain Fawcett's Moustache Wax is handmade in small batches in England from all organic ingredients, it has a "medium hold" so you can have a twirly 'stache and the only pictured above has a lady-pleasing sandalwood aroma.
This espresso machine, dubbed the Espresso Veloce V12, is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen. Only 500 of them will be made with each being crafted from magnesium, titanium and aluminium. The V12 layout is stunning as is the use of exhaust pipes as espresso pipes, the price has not yet been released...
The Crookes Radiometer is one of those historical curiosities that even today has scientists hotly debating back and forth about how it actually works.
Monowheels are one of those interesting historical curiosities that (sadly) just didn't catch on.
Bartitsu: The Lost Martial Art of Sherlock Holmes is a book that holds significant fascination for me, it's the true history of a Victorian era martial art called "Bartitisu" after it's founder, E. W. Barton-Wright.
This is Anthony's Wireless Airship, it was a model used to demonstrate the capabilities of radio waves in remote control aircraft all the way back in 1912.
Search the globe and you'll never find a cooler lamp than this, that main shaft is an authentic vintage shock absorber and the base is a brake disc.