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Loog Pro: Music can make or break a party. Supply the tunes with the help of these small-scale three-string guitars designed to have beginners strumming in no time...
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By El Club
Vernor Cafe: ...or support the expansion of this all-ages Detroit performance and community space so you can spin amazing vinyl from labels like Sacred Bones and Ghostly.
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By Pablo Garcia
NeoLucida XL: Always wished you could draw the art on your party invitations? This drawing aid inspired by the camera lucida can help you out.
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By Sam Cornwell
The Solarcan: Count down the days to the big event by creating an image with this camera, which uses extended light exposures (think one week to several months) to capture the passing of time and light.
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By Tropics Team
Tropics: Roll up to the dance floor on a custom skate deck designed by the team behind this community-run juice bar and cultural space in South L.A.
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By Mel
Beefcake Swimwear: Bring on the beach party vibes with these unisex, 1920s-inspired swimsuits designed for anyone who wants to feel confident and comfortable on the sand.
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By Neel
Inner Compass: Center yourself before any social event with the help of this inspirational deck of cards featuring images and text to guide your personal growth.
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By Duncan Shotton
Planet Pins: Any out-of-this-world soirée is more fun with these hand-painted planetary push pins, complete with a concrete moon.
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