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Pink Floyd Their Mortal Remains

Pink Floyd fans rejoice, you can now purchase the first-ever book produced with full-access to the Pink Floyd image archive. Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains celebrates 50 years of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands of all time. The 304-page book is heavily illustrated throughout, letting the reader experience a spectacular and unparalleled visual journey through Pink Floyd´s unique and extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960s through to the present day.

Grab it in Europe here




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CRAZY SUITCASE STICKERS

You sure have to have balls to go trough customs with one of these stickers on your luggage. The stickers, designed to resemble a suitcase full of money, cocaine, a kidnapped female or sex toys, will make sure you will head stright to the interrogation room at an airport. Designed to stick to anything,  they will draw attention to your bag making it easily identifiable and sure to make you some new friends. You can also get them from Amazon...
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THE BIG BOOK OF BACON

Bacon lovers rejoice! a new book of recipes puts a spin on traditional meals and elevates bacon from a simple meal accessory to the focal point of these dishes. The Big Book of Bacon: Savory Flirtations, Daliances, and Indulgences with the Underbelly of the Pig, is a book by Jennifer Pearsall, author and publisher of the popular blog thebaconaffairs.com, and as she puts it, "I can’t think of anything bacon doesn’t work with." via Available in Europe here...
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BEER FOAMER

Meet the world´s first Beer Foamer! a device that makes the most wonderful thing even better. Designed by Copenhagen-based studio NORM Architects for MENU, the beautiful device  gives you a draft beer experience at home without the kegs. The Beer Foamer separates the foam-making process from the pouring process, simply pour 5 inches of beer from a bottle or can into the shatterproof glass container, place the copper top and press the button. The end result is a...
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