This holiday season, buy your loved ones a gift that matters, a gift that is unique and has character, a gift that wouldn’t dare be returned, a gift from Things! by S&H. On December 9th, Shipley & Halmos introduced a new line of collaborated products, called Things! by S&H. Pieces of the collection available for purchase include a class ring, produced in collaboration with jewelry designer Philip Crangi and numerous namesake accessories produced in collaboration with Moleskin for the Shipley & Halmos drawing blog, Numerous Drawings.
This S&H Class Ring, created in collaboration with jewelry designer Philip Crangi, features sterling silver with a trimming of cobalt blue enamel. The top of the ring is engraved with a Latin phrase, “Ars Longa, Vita Brevis”, which means “Art is Long, Life is Short”. The right side of the ring is engraved with “79”, which is symbolic as it represents Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos’ birth year. The left side is engraved with “8”, which is the street address of the Shipley and Halmos design studio on Greene Street in New York City. The class ring can also be worn as a necklace, if strewn on its accompanying chain, and is available to purchaseHERE for $495.
This hand-screened Personality List Poster is available to purchase HERE for $50.
This Visual Dictionary Vol. 1 includes an array of black-and-white pictures used to help convey the meanings of the words it includes and is available to purchase HERE for $20.
This Moleskin for Numerous Drawings Notebook is available to purchase HERE for $45.
NYC Playing Cards features iconic New York figures and is available to purchase HERE for $55.
This Pencil Kit, available to purchase HERE for $25, features a package of “Art History” pencils.
This Cashmere Striped Scarf features an earth-toned palette of colors to create the perfect accessory to match any winter coat for a look of elegance and class. Its soft, cashmere feel makes the scarf both beautiful and practical. It is available to purchase HERE for $195.
This Signature Wallet combines the practicality of a credit card holder with an elegant notepad perfect for jotting down thoughts and ideas. It is available to purchase HERE for $125.
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