Things!

DOG

Comes in usually groups of 4-6, “Dog” is a wonderful edition to any home. Named Momo, “Dog” comes with 4 legs, a tail, and a customized collar with emblazoned logo and name tag. Limited edition of one. Seriously though, if you really want “Dog”, you should get one here.

Mostly Carbon based material / Trace amounts of Zinc

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    "MADE IN S&H" STICKERS

    Ever wish you were from somewhere else? Ever think the things you own wished they were from somewhere else? Well now you and everything you own can be Made in S&H.

    Gold foil adhesive backed sticker on wax paper

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    STICK CRAYONS

    Set of three stick crayons imported all the way from Peru. Tied in a bright and colorful bracelet woven from the hairs of rare technicolored alpacas.* Carved with the trademark S&H ampersand (limited edition of 2) and includes a miniature alpaca pin.

    *Unverified

    Wood, wax, string, wire and safety pin / Dimensions and colors vary

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    E 2ND STREET AND 1ST AVE

    Illustration of the corner of East 2nd Street and 1st Ave. drawn from a cell phone photo taken on the roof of my friends building.
    -KL

    Pen on Paper / 8¼ X 10¾

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    PINHOLE CAMERA

    This one-of-a-kind, hand-painted pinhole camera comes with tough-as-hell 1mm thick paperboard parts for the camera body and plastic spools to advance and rewind the film so you can go ahead and blow a whole roll, unlike those lousy one-hitter pinholes. Or just let it sit on your shelf with the other cameras you don’t use. It depends on what your deal is, you know? Either way, instructions and two rolls of 35mm film are included.

    Gouache on paperboard with plastic / 4¼” X 2¼” X 1¼”

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    BEER SLEEVE

    From S&H Systems Corps. comes the ideal beer koozie. Opaqueness provides anonymity to enjoy your beverage in peace. Perfect for a park bench or your cousin’s dry wedding, the S&H Systems Corps. Beer Sleeve combines utility with the elegance that only you deserve. Customers who bought this item also bought the S&H Systems Corps. Bottle Opener… Probably. © S&H Systems Corps. 2011

    Black ink on kraft paper bag / 4″ X 7¾ X 2½

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    BADGE-IN-A-BOX SERIES

    Assorted collection of sourced vintage pinback buttons carefully mounted in wood shadowbox frames.  Each piece is edition 1 of 1 and includes a wall hanging mount as well as a letter of provenance certified by your dear friends at Shipley & Halmos.

    Various sizes as photographed

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    MYSTERY FLOWER SEEDS

    You’re ready to start your summer gardening, but can’t decide what to plant first. Well don’t. Decide to embrace the unknown with these mystery seeds. Wait in anticipation and see what grows from your soil. A giant oak tree? A Venus fly trap? Poison Ivy? Probably not. But we also can’t say definitely not!?*

    *Definitely not.

    Store-bought seeds / 3¼” x 4½” / Painted for anonymity

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    MARK MULRONEY'S GRANDMA

    “My grandma, Billie Abbott, worked at the San Diego Senior Center for over a decade. One of her tasks was to operate the camera that took the photos for the I.D. cards, which certified seniors as old enough to receive discounts on public transit, movie tickets, and breakfast at Denny’s… This book represents the bulk of my personal collection.”

    -Mark Mulroney (1981–Present)

    56 pages / 5¼” x 5½” / Printed in NYC

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    VISUAL DICTIONARY, VOL. I BOOK TWO

    Who says organized chaos is impossible? Here’s an alphabetically ordered assortment of the most random images anyone could possibly ever think of. Seriously. The Visual Dictionary is part zine and part humorous interpretation of the English language. Vol. I Book Two covers letters A, B, and C.

    64 pages / 8½” x 5½” / Printed in NYC

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    BOTTLE OPENER*

    Combining sleek, modern design with ease and functionality, this offering from S&H Systems Corps. will prevent you from continuing to be that guy at the party wandering around like, “uhh… where’s the bottle opener?”. Enjoy your beer anywhere and look cool doing it.
    © S&H Systems Corps. 2011

    *Legal Edit: This device is void of any lighter fluid. Obviously. It’s a bottle opener.

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    WE'RE AN AMERICAN _________

    On a road trip around the US (stopped in Austin, Beverly Hills, Boston, Chevy Chase, Costa Mesa, DC, Georgetown, Houston, NYC, Philly, Sand Diego, Santa Monica and Seattle), we shot a wide range of portraits right off the street. This canvas-bound hardcover book is not about fashion or beauty – it is about capturing the character and individuality of our subjects.

    80 pages / First edition, run of 300

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    NYC PLAYING CARDS

    It’s been said that New York City is the epicenter of creativity. We honor the individuals who we believe are New York’s artistic royalty with a custom deck of casino quality playing cards. The deck comes with a THINGS! score pad, hand-painted pencil, and canvas carrying case.

    Case Material: 100% cotton canvas / 100% Italian calfskin

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    S&H x PHILIP CRANGI CLASS RING

    Produced in collaboration with jeweler Philip Crangi, we created the S&H class ring out of solid sterling silver. The Latin phrase “Ars Longa, Vita Brevis” (Life is Short, Art is Long) is inscribed on the top. Numbers “79” and “8” are engraved on each side. Sterling silver patina will strengthen with use. Philip Crangi’s traditional horseshoe chain included.

    100% sterling silver / Cobalt blue enamel / Made in NYC

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    VISUAL DICTIONARY, VOL. I BOOK ONE

    Who says organized chaos is impossible? Here’s an alphabetically ordered assortment of the most random images anyone could possibly ever think of. Seriously. The Visual Dictionary is part zine and part humorous interpretation of the English language. Vol. I Book One covers letters A, B, and C.

    64 pages / 8½” x 5½” / Printed in NYC

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    MOLESKINE FOR NUMEROUS DRAWINGS

    In collaboration with legendary notebook company Moleskine, this limited edition notebook was developed for daily use in creating Numerous Drawings. Each notebook is hand-numbered and features an embossed hardcover with a fill-in-the-blank page on the interior to commemorate the project. All the classic Moleskine trademarks, such as a ribbon bookmark and elastic closure, are
    maintained.

    88 unruled pages / 12” x 8½” / Made in Italy

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    PENCIL KIT

    This #2 pencil kit will help you reach your artistic goals. As you use the pencil, your path toward the MoMA retrospective becomes closer and closer. The artist canvas carrying case is trimmed with hand-dyed leather and includes 12 pencils.

    Case: 100% cotton canvas / Trim: 100% genuine Italian calfskin / 4¾“ x 8¼“

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    PERSONALITY LIST POSTER

    The Muse. We all have them. For some, it’s a Kardashian. For others, it’s Buddha. For S&H Publishers, it’s these folks. We created this list one evening, and find it interesting to see their names lined up neatly in black text when in reality, their pursuits are nothing close to similar or ordinary. All posters are hand-numbered (edition of 30) and signed by Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos. Custom shipping box included.

    22¼” x 30¼” / Printed in USA

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