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Maddie On Things

"Maddie on things" first caught the publicīs attention on the popular blog with the same name. The blog is about the famous internet coonhound that stands on things. Maddie is a sweet-tempered coonhound owned by photographer Theron Humphrey, during a a year-long cross-country road trip together, Theron took photos of Maddie doing what she does best: standing on things with amazing balance, grace and patience. Maddie happily stands on everything from bicycles, horses, to fridges, giant watermelons and people... A fantastic book with the original series of photos has just been released.

But wait! this craze doesnīt stop here, there is also an hilarious MaddieCam app! for placing Maddie on anything youīd like.

Get it in Europe here




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T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN | Image

T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN

If you like jeep adventures and camping, you must know of the hazards of camping in the wild. South African company EEzi-Awn sure knows about the hazards they been making roof-top tents for 25 years. By camping on your jeepīs roof-top you will keep safe from wildlife, insects, and avoid damp terrain when it rains....
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MIRA BEER GROWLER

The new MIRA Beer Growler keeps your favorite brewskie cold for up to 24 hours! The double walled, vacuum insulated bottle is made with high quality 18/8 stainless steel, is BPA free, and is sealed with an air-tight, screw-on seal on top. With a 64oz capacity, it holds enough drink for a crowd, and its wide mouth makes for easy pouring, drinking, and cleaning. It can also keep hot beverages (a soup, hot cocoa, or a cup of coffee) steaming for up to 12 hours. ...
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ART OF ATARI

The influence and impact of Atari is unquestionable, since its formation in 1972, Atari pioneered video game technology and built todays multi-billion dollar industry, developing arcade games, home video systems, and personal computers to entertain millions of children and adults with fan-favorite games like Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, and Yars Revenge. The new book "Art of Atari" explores the art and illustration that helped shape and support these semin...
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