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So, it’s not only nice look but very expensive materials and stones as pink and red rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and diamonds - “a girls best friend”. A Magic Mushroom USB flash drive created by Swiss jewellery company La Maison Shawish and based on famous story of Lewis Carroll “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”.

Magic Mushroom memory stick can be use as pendant and available in several models.
A price from US $16,500 to US $37.000

Via D i s k - O n - K e y: Mushroom USB flash drive

January 21 2013

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An Arizona man with a special fondness for Batman and Robin bought the original Batmobile for $4.2m (£2.6m) at an auction on Saturday. Rick Champagne, a Phoenix-area logistics company owner, bought the car that featured in the much-loved Batman series, which ran from 1966 to 1968 and starred Adam West and Burt Ward, following a flurry of spirited bidding in Scottsdale, Arizona.

“I really liked Batman growing up and I came here with the intention of buying the car,” Champagne, 56, said after he bought the car. “Sure enough, I was able to buy it. That was a dream come true.”

The Barrett-Jackson auction was the first time the car had been put up for public sale. In addition to the $4.2m bid price, Champagne will have to pay $420,000 in premiums.

The Batmobile is based on a 1955 Lincoln Futura, a concept car built in Italy by the Ford Motor Co. In 1965, it was bought for a nominal $1 by noted customizer George Barris, who had 15 days and $15,000 to transform the vehicle for the show. He has owned it ever since. Barris told Reuters that he had supplied vehicles for movies and television shows before, but this one had to be markedly different.

“With every pow, bang, wow, wee, I wanted the car to do something just like the actors,” said Barris, 87, before the auction. “The car had to be a star on its own. And it became one.” …

Via Going once, going twice… KA-POW! Batmobile sold for $4.2m | World news | The Guardian

March 05 2011


Merely Gifted: China Cart - Lotsa Asian goodies & funky ethnic footwear


Traditional Chinese opera shoes


Traditional Chinese opera boots


Looks sneakery, innit. Most curious indeed.


Funky traditional Hanfu Dragon shoes


Peonies & Phoenixes (Phoenices?!)


Great toes!!1!!!!


/WANT boots!


They have round toes...


...and flowers on....


...but I don't care!



Merely Gifted: Great ethnic shoes & boots @ China Cart


Tiger baby shoes


Childrens' tiger shoes


Ladies' tiger shoes


Perfect for a Kindergarten or early Elementary school teacher


More great toes!


Merely Gifted: Nomadic Art - Mongolian boots


March 04 2011


Traditional "Mongolian" boots

These are actually Buriat (a different Central Asian ethnic group) boots - Mongolian boots’ toes are much more fun.


Brogini - sexy riding boots

Sexy boots!

All made by an incredibly skil/lful and expen$ive Italian bootmaker called De Niro.

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