30 November 2009
27 November 2009
Coty Gonzales compiled some of the perfect gifts of and relating to moustachery (and beardiness). You may have seen several of these on the Revue before, but it’s nice to have a refresher. So between nog sips and TV time outs, check out this stellar list.
20 November 2009
Did you say Moustache-O-Rama? Yes, please!
‘A moustache maketh the man’, as a wise man once said, and never has that old axiom been more prurient than now, with the introduction of Lord Likely’s Extra-Ordinary Inter-Active Moustache-O-Rama! Come one, come all, and play with his lordship’s facial fuzz!
19 November 2009
18 November 2009
17 November 2009
You’ve seen this, right? Dean Beakin enters a bearding competition from back in the VHS ages and throws down an ace: a beard cage with a working door! Ridiculous and awesome and ridiculously awesome, right?
Cats own the internet. We know this. But moustaches aren’t far behind. Just do a quick search on etsy or flickr and see what you find. And Movember is a month-long parade of moustaches. (In fact, if you or some one you know starts up a Cats ’n’ Staches web site featuring all cats with moustaches, Beard Revue will send you a Beard poster.)
16 November 2009
The Road Less Pedaled is a fantastic blog for the bicycling enthusiast that I posted about a while back (though it never made its way onto the Revue). Basically, they got rid of all their crap and decided to bike around the United States, the way we were meant to live. And Laura Crawford, brilliant artisan that she is, has been making metal handlebar moustaches to insure the good looks of bikes throughout the world and to help fund her trip.
09 November 2009
05 November 2009
Stellar salt and pepper shakers—by Jim and Jenny of Paperdoll Woodshop—only come around once in a blue moon. Thus, they are already sold out. Hopefully the shop will produce a few hundred more soon!
Old or new, your beard is going to make you look wiser. That’s because you are wiser. Scottish illustrator John Alan Birch knows this. And thanks to ShareSomeCandy, so do we all.
Robin Stannard swears he’s going to finish and print his It ain’t weird to have a beard sketch. Until that day comes, at least we can check in on the Londoner’s progress on his blog, Full Beard.
Wendy McNaughton of San Francisco has a treasure trove of amazing illustrations on her blog. This one, featured over at OK Great, was particularly noteworthy.
Pennsylvania designer Stuart Romanek knows what constitutes a good time in the USA: a sweet moustache.
What’s better than an iBend to prop up your iPhone or iPod? A moustachioed iBend.
Obey the Beard T-shirt from Comic Blasphemy, who even have a spot on their web site for beard bad assery.
BEARD by 2Wheel Studio (Bill Ferenc and Lindsey Lesh) in the twin cities of Los Angeles and Minneapolis. This piece hasn’t been produced yet—it still lives on a computer somewhere. Go to 2Wheel Studio and urge Bill and Lindsey to make posters or T-shirts already!