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Recycled Skateboard Guitars

The first electric guitar was born in the 40s and the birth of the Skateboard back in the 70s, 40 years later they have merged to give birth to the SkateGuitar! They are designed and made entirely by hand in Buenos Aires by artist Ezequiel Galasso and Gianfranco de Gennaro, a professional skateboarder and musician. SkateGuitars play pitch perfect and respond magically to different microphones. They are developed from reclaimed skateboard decks and each and every one is truly unique and extremely resistant, they support scratches, bumps and abuse. via



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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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GRAFFITI WORLD | STREET ART FROM 5 CONTINENTS | Image

GRAFFITI WORLD | STREET ART FROM 5 CONTINENTS

Now available in an updated version, Graffiti World by Nicholas Ganz is the most comprehensive and bestselling survey of graffiti art ever published. The book features more than 2,000 illustrations by over 150 artists around the world, plus the latest developments in the graffiti movement and the artists biographies. If youre a lover of street art you should definitely check this out....
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SEABOARD KEYBOARD

For centuries the interface on the black and white piano keyboard has existed without major changes, but recently a new musical instrument called Seaboard was presented by Roli as "The evolution of the piano keyboard." The Seaboard has a highly pressure-sensitive interface, allowing the musician to manipulate sounds, create modulations on the keys and make tonal changes in a very singular way, it also enables very interesting transitions between acoustic and digital...
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