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Marshall Fridge

How cool is this? Iconic brand Marshall has presented the Marshall Fridge, it feels and looks just like one of their timeless guitar amplifiers, it even features all the usual knobs and switches, and authentic Marshall logos. Inside, the fridge has 4.4 cu ft of space, that means a lot of space to fit all your favorite booze. It even comes with enough space for a small freezer. via GadgetReview



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The NASA Archives

Taschen is about to release a new book covering 60 years of their legendary space program.  The NASA Archives: 60 Years in Space packs more than 400 stunning photographs from NASA’s six decades of space travel, from its earliest days to its current development of new space systems for the future. Prepare to embark on a journey through space and time with  a visual celebration of humankind’s unstoppable urge to travel away from Earth to worlds...
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KEBO | THE ONE-HANDED BOTTLE OPENER

Another great, simple, functional invention. Kebo is a one handed bottle opener with a unique design. Kebo opens beer or soda bottles with just one hand, perfect for anyone opening a beer when  holding a cigarette or a hamburger. It´s vintage design was inspired by the Theodore Low bottle opener from the 1930s, but with a more functional and classic styling. Kebo is a great gift idea and comes in its own keepsake tin....
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TWO YEARS ON A BIKE

If you feel like escaping from modern monotony and leaving everyday life behind, there is no better way to travel and see the world than on a bike. Bikepacking is about going slowly, exploring the world and seeing it for the first time, also bringing back the most indelible memories about the people you’ve met. In Two Years on a Bike, photographer and travel writer Martijn Doolaard straps only the necessities onto his bicycle, and embraces a life of minimalism and...
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