Last week’s launch of the Hickoree’s pop-up at Americana brand Shinola’s new Tribeca outpost celebrated two leaders in keeping U.S. manufacturers in business and getting their goods into consumer’s hands. Their collaboration takes it one step further with a limited-edition picnic basket that Hickoree’s stocked with Balsa wood airplanes and other toys, as well as candy and snacks such as Side Project beef jerky. Available at the Shinola store only through this Sunday, August 11th, 2013, you can also add a picnic blanket, napkins and treats from the in-house Smile cafe for a chic instant picnic!
Global Yodel, a site dedicated to stories about “travel through a local lens,” brings their first-person perspectives to your personal locale with the introduction of their print shop. Consisting of limited runs of images snapped by their contributors, the photographs make the spontaneity of an Instagram-style aesthetic worthy of hanging on your wall.
Framed photos come printed on high-quality, 100% rag paper in sizes ranging from tiny (5″x5″) to statement-making (44″x44″) and are priced accordingly ($20-$3,000), though Global Yodel sells unframed options too. And if you have your own insider POV honed from years of living someplace, you can sign up to join the collective on their site—maybe your photography will be here next!