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DOOMED | CRYSTAL SKULL SHOT GLASS

Another original product from Fred & Friends, Doomed is a "Crystal Skull" shot glass that holds 2.5 ounces of your favorite beverage, when filled the liquid inside the skulls seems to "float" inside of the rim of the glass. The glass looks amazing with darker colored liquids in it, making the skull stand out. Also check out the very cool "Bombs away" shot glasses.



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TEA DIVER

This is a tea infuser with a very original look. The clever design, called "Tea Diver" has the shape of a Korean traditional diver and is all made of the same silicone used to make baby bottles. Simply put your favorite tea in the diver and enjoy a more pleasant and enriched teatime....
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IMAGINE | HOW CREATIVITY WORKS | Image

IMAGINE | HOW CREATIVITY WORKS

If you´re curious on how the mind works, how some people are so creative, or are you looking for ways to spark your creativity? this book should interest you. "Imagine" is the latest book from the author of "How We Decide", a New York Times best-seller. In the book, Jonah Lehrer gives us a revelatory look at the new science of creativity, he demonstrates that creativity is not a single gift possessed by the lucky few. It’s a variety of distinct thought processes tha...
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ICONIC | A PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIBUTE TO APPLE INNOVATION | Image

ICONIC | A PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIBUTE TO APPLE INNOVATION

ICONIC is the ultimate coffee table book of any Apple devotee, the new book pays tribute to the innovation and design, of the worlds most innovative company - Apple. The book is illustrated beautifully over 340 pages with an aesthetic that complements the look of the Apple products, it takes you on a journey over 35 years of Apple products, through a photographic collection of their most important desktops, por, peripherals, prototypes, iDevices and packaging. A...
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