Sneakers, Skateboards & More: It's Obamarama!
SHOES & SKATEBOARD
Get your kicks – literally! – with these Barack Obama sneakers ($66.95), or shred the pavement with this skateboard ($64.95). Zazzle.com, which carries these skater essentials, claims more than 100,000 items of Obama-bilia.
Designer Jason Feinberg gave $1 to Obama's campaign for every doll sold (almost $10,000 so far, boasts his Web site). But he also made a John McCain doll "to be fair." ($16.25, at jailbreaktoys.com)
MAGNETS & FINGER PUPPET
Dress up the 44th President in a variety of outfits – from a button-down shirt to a top hat! – with this magnet set ($14.95), or put on a puppet show you can believe in with this Barack Obama finger puppet ($5.95). Philosophersguild.com also sells stationary.
IPHONE 3G CASE
Laser-engraved, the Obama version has outsold the McCain case 4 to 1, say the sellers. ($18.99, at elagostore.com)
The sweet smell of victory! Potus 1600 Obama 08 Cologne is a clean scent with amber, citrus, leafy and marine notes. The cologne also contains aloe vera to keep the skin hydrated. ($39.99 for a 4-oz. bottle, at potus1600.com)
Wondering what to wear on inauguration night? One D.C. jeweler suggests this presidential nameplate. ($95, at AnnHand.com)
A Dutch expat who couldn't vote co-created a dish to show support – 25 breeds available. ($25, from Leftique)
Give a patriotic thumbs-up, just like rapper Eve did in New York City in October. ($40-$65, minxnails.com for salons; price includes a manicure)
Tom Tierney, a prolific paper-doll artist, says that when he got the call to make an Obama set, "I was thrilled. It's a joy to work on dolls for people who are making history while I am sketching them." ($7.99, at obamapaperdoll.com)
It might not work with the décor in the Oval Office, but a spokesman for the New York City store ABC Carpet amp Home says, "There are only a few left." ($2,495, at abccarpet.com)
Beans from Kenya, Hawaii and Indonesia share the same origins as the former Illinois senator. ($16.25 for a 12-oz. bag, longfellowscoffee.com)
Count the minutes to Jan. 20, 2009 with this "American Gothic"-themed clock! ($17.99, from popartworks)