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Mini Museum

Mini Museum is a new project currently taking Kickstarter by storm. Each mini museum is a handcrafted, individually numbered limited edition, portable collection of authentic and iconic curiosities carefully encased in resin, such as a piece of Lunar rock, T-Rex tooth, dinosaur egg, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of a meteorite, mammoth hair, a mount Everest rock, a piece of coal from the Titanic wreck, even a piece of dinosaur dung! Each mini museum is individually numbered and available in three sizes, small(11 specimens) medium(22 specimens) and large (33 specimens). watch the video






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CASA MARRON

Our latest dream retreat is this luxury camp style refuge built for entertaining on the Uruguayan coast. Casa Marron was designed by Martin Gomez Arquitectos, it is located in an old fishing town close to Jose Ignacio, one of the most exclusive places on the Uruguayan coast. The fabulous property is set on a six-acres site, it is built around the trees, and includes two cabins and three permanent tents on raised wooden platforms to receive family and friends. Wood a...
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YETI TOUCH FAST DEFROSTING TRAY | Image

YETI TOUCH FAST DEFROSTING TRAY

If you see yourself as a reasonable cook, this Yeti Touch Fast Defrosting Tray might just be the item to step up your chef skills, especially if you’re a regular user of frozen food and struggle with the defrosting process. The microwave, hot water or direct cooking all have serious disrespect for frozen food. This tray is a simple, straightforward method of defrosting, simply put the rock-hard frozen meat, poultry, or fish  on the tray, and the special alumini...
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JERRY CAN BAR CABINET

The cool Jerry Can Bar Cabinet is a new product that gives an old iconic object a new, and dare we say, more meaningful life. So this Danish company takes old world war II Jerry cans, sandblasts them to get rid of the old paint and maybe some rust that could have been settling in, then restore them, powder coat them, and trim them exquisitely making magic by installing a luxurious wood shelve system that allows you to store some glasses, a cocktail mixer and up to t...
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