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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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TACOPEDIA

Taco lovers rejoice! Tacopedia is an encyclopedic tribute to Mexico´s tacos and taco culture, with everything you need to know about one of the worlds most popular dishes. From the history of the tortilla, to 100 recipes for fillings, salsas, sauces and more, this is the ultimate reference on taco culture. Tacopedias highly graphic style is beautifully illustrated with street photography around Mexico, and accompanied by interviews, stories, illustrations, graphics,...
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BLK | BLACK SPRING WATER

Now here is something different...Black Spring Water! The BLK water is not only different it is healthy, it is infused with fulvic trace minerals, these minerals play a critical role in the growth of plant life, assisting in the transport and absorption of nutrients inside the plant cell. Once the minerals are added to pure water, the water turns black naturally without the use of any artificial dyes or colorings. The water delivers a high pH to consumers without an...
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InBox Capsule Hotel

If you´re one of those adventure travelers that likes to travel light and requires only the bare essentials, the InBox Capsule Hotel is the perfect pitstop. Located in the heart of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the unique hotel both minimises and maximises space with this typically Japanese concept. Designed by DA Architects, the minimal hotel invites 24 guests to stay in small wooden bunks, and unlike traditional hotels where rooms are larger but socially restricting, ...
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