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Lego Art

LEGO has revealed an entirely new product line that offers fans multiple ways to recreate pop culture icons, including Darth Vader, John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe, or iconic characters from the Marvel Universe and Star Wars. These new sets are in the pop art style and fans can channel their inner artist and create a beautiful art display by building various people and characters, resulting in cool arts of work that you can either lean against a surface or hang them on the wall. Each Lego Art set features small, bead-size pieces and a canvas that you use to piece together a pop art poster.



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RED ROCKS HOUSE

Designed by "The Ranch Mine” an award-winning husband and wife led architecture firm based in Phoenix, Arizona, this spectacular residence clings to the side of a camelback mountain. The Red Rocks House has over 2000 square feet of shaded exterior patios, extending the living of the house in every direction and providing shade for the interior spaces. Across the house there are several bi-folding custom steel screens that help shield the deck from the harsh desert...
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GATHER MODULAR ORGANIZER

If you´re one of those who are borderline OCD and have to get everything really well organized, this is for you. Gather is a modular organizer for your desk and assists you in decluttering. It comprises of a wood base that you can customize with several white thermoplastic pieces to keep your stuff in place and well organized; choose a headset rest, a cup holder, a post it square or a simple tray, then just set everything along the wood base. The wood bas...
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Stan T-Rex Skeleton

One of the most complete T-Rex skeletons ever found could be yours. That is if you have over 6 million dollars laying around. Going up for auction, STAN (named after his discoverer Stan Sacrison) is an approximately 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton that is widely regarded as one of the most complete fossil skeletons of its kind. Measuring a towering 13 feet high, and almost 40 feet long, the massive skeleton took over 30,000 hours of meticulous labor to co...
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