Through its unlikely pairing of classical artwork and meme-style captions, the Men to Avoid in Art and Life wall calendar highlights the universally female experience of having her area of expertise explained in great inaccurate detail by an overly confident mansplainer. This calendar is the perfect present for Galentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, birthdays, or for whenever you’re feeling particularly weighed down by the patriarchy (always).
Whether it’s the Sexpert or the Patronizer, the men in each painting are shockingly familiar, proving the inconceivable antiquity of their existence. From Tersigni’s infamous Twitter thread and widely popular book, this wall calendar connects us through laughing at the unfortunately topical and frustrating experience of being a woman.
Humour - Psychology - Self-Help & Personal Development
Am I Overthinking This?
This is a book of questions with answers, over-answers, and many charts: Did I screw up? How do I achieve work-life balance? Am I eating too much cheese? Do I have too many plants? Like a conversation with your non-judgmental best friend, Michelle Rial delivers a playful take on the little dilemmas that loom large […]179 SEK
Gift - Humour
Friends to Keep in Art and Life
Pairing classical paintings with sassy captions, Tersigni honors all sorts of sacred female friendships and the miscellaneous nonsense that brings women closer together. Focusing on five major friend types (the Work Friend, the Nurturing Friend, the Hide a Body for You Friend, the Up for Anything Friend, and the Super Honest Friend), Tersigni’s meme-style humor […]179 SEK
Gift - Humour
Men to Avoid in Art and Life
This hilarious book perfectly captures those relatable moments when a man explains to a woman a subject about which he knows considerably less than she does. Situations include men sharing keen insight on the female anatomy, an eloquent defense of catcalling, or offering sage advice about horseback riding to the woman who owns the horse. […]179 SEK
Toiletpaper Calendar 2024
For the old and new loves, for the platonic and the imaginary ones, for the self-lovers and the universal loves, for love at the first sight and for the slow seductions. Disruptive aesthetic and provocative images live together in the hypnotic background images in Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferarri’s 2023 love-themed ‘Toiletpaper Calendar’. Close your […]325 SEK