The Man’s Shop of Manly Arts
I think this may well take the cake as my favorite celebrity. Mr. Offerman, aka Ron Swanson not only plays the most manly of man, but he is. Cedar Strip canoes? check Chainsaws as large as his man parts? Check. Facial hair second to none? Check.
To a Man among Men. Salute!
Whiskey and Wheels is an interesting blog thats getting off the ground, just like mine. To bad for me theirs seems to have a purpose. The whole bike culture thing is something I admire, and while I enjoy a bike ride from time to time I find myself much less inclined to bike then drive. I’ll be the first to admit I’m just not cool enough but, if they made a shirt with this on it
I feel like I would rock it, and maybe even rock it on my cool bike.
Not gunna lie, I did go through the whole road bike phase, even building several. I just can’t keep the fun between my legs though (stolen from W&W’s excellent tumblr)
While I’m on a roll about bikes I throw this in as well. Over at Knife & Saw this fellow has solved one of my main reason’s to not bike, bike storage. Yeah its a shallow reason, but hey who am I kidding I’ll take the easy way out every time. He’s been making furniture, and has stumbled onto his newest cash cow. Now all you indie kids get your paperclip wallet out.
Just look at this bad boy. No really, go check it out. It’s the trendest piece of furniture this side of your mustache rack . I’m blown away by the design, it’s nearly flawless. I want my bike of the ground, how do I do it? Well it depends, dark hardwood, or light hardwood? I mostly am in tears about this project because of the price, a measly $300 give or take. I know you’ll all say that is outrageous, but for a load bearing flush mounted shelf that holds a bike it seems like the paperclips are popping open. I can hear them from here.
Hopefully, when I have a bike that I love and use, I’ll remember to make myself one of these.