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Holiday Gift Guide | Star Wars Maniac

Today´s roundup is a list of products inspired by the galaxy far, far away, for lovers of the epic Star Wars saga. With the next film, "The Force Awakens", recently announced and set to be released next Christmas, we soothe everyones high anticipation, with a comprehensive list of products that cater to every Star Wars fan´s want list.



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JJ ABRAMS X THEORY11 MYSTERY BOX | Image

JJ ABRAMS X THEORY11 MYSTERY BOX

Celebrated Hollywood writer & producer JJ Abrams has teamed with leading magic cards manufacturer Theory11 for this beautiful, handcrafted wooden lockbox. The Mystery Box is made of 100-year-old reclaimed wood and is locked with an alpha-numeric combination lock. It contains 12 decks of high quality Mystery Box Playing Cards and a letterpressed note from J.J. Abrams enclosed in a kraft paper envelope stamped with a black wax seal. via $1 per deck purchased is...
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MARSHMALLOW CROSSBOW | Image

MARSHMALLOW CROSSBOW

The Marshmallow Crossbow is the tastiest way to take a bullet, it harmlessly shoots marshmallows as the ammo as far as 60 feet away with incredible accuracy! Handmade in Vancouver and with a clean, modern design this substantial wooden toy can easily be assembled and disassembled with no tools required for storage or travel. It’s as simple as drawing the bow, loading up with a mallow, and pressing the wood-carved trigger. We need this in our lives....
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VICTORIA 73 HOUSE | BY SAOTA | Image

VICTORIA 73 HOUSE | BY SAOTA

Another gem by one of our favorite Architecture studios. Victoria 73 is a stunning property designed by South African Architects SAOTA(Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects). The house was designed for a family in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. The Architects created an environment so the family can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. The house is on a cliff, but protected from prevailing winds and enjoys spectacular sea views over Bantry Bay. Also check out...
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