Bruce Springsteen’s memoir, $19, from one cool music-loving guy to another.
Boy Smells candle, $29, to light when a special someone comes over.
Cotton sweatshirt, $40, to upgrade his weekend look.
A kite, $44, because a kite!!!
A prank gift box, so you can tease him about his expression when he unwraps it. (You put the real gift inside.) $8.
Roberta’s incredible frozen pizza to convince him to move back to Brooklyn. Each pizza is baked in a wood-burning oven from Italy, then immediately blast chilled. $69 for two.
A hilarious game for adults only, $26, involving secret words and lots of laughs. It’s described as the “perfect blend of Pictionary and Telephone.”
Brooklyn Boulders day pass, $32, for a adrenaline-filled afternoon. They have 25,000 square feet of climbing surface. (Also in Chicago, Boston, L.A. and S.F.)
Dinosaur planters with air plants, $34, to liven up his bookcase.
The graphic calendar, designed in 1966, $38. (This calendar is actually part of the Museum of Modern Art’s design collection.)
Handblown tumbler with shapes of famous mountains (in California, Oregon and Washington) molded into the glass, $45.
A donation in his name to Robin Hood, a charity that fights poverty and works on behalf of children, immigrants and veterans.
P.S. Last year’s brother gift guide, and the 2016 gift guide so far.
(Glass photo by Rue/Instagram.)