I like the idea of carrying your favorite song lyrics around, especially if your favorite lyrics are printed out on what would appear to be plain printer paper, wrapped around a cork, stuffed in a miniature bottle, and attached to a keychain. Who said America has lost its ingenuitive spirit?!
When I was a teenager, I had a little bit of a “everything Radiohead” phase. I didn’t take it as far as my friend David — a dude who regularly eBay’d Japanese import singles and once made a computer program to ensure we got tickets to Radiohead’s pre-In Rainbows small theater tour — but I certainly tracked down as much domestic releases and merchandise as I could. Luckily for me, Etsy wasn’t around back then to offer me well-crafted, unofficial alternatives. I’m a pretty big fan of the Etsy community — Meaghan Garvey’s store is definitely one of my favorites — and part of that certainly has to do with the prevalence of weird, disjointed arts-and-craftery that nobody could have possibly asked for. So today, we present the 10 weirdest Radiohead-related items I could find on the site.