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Fender Amp Mug

The Fender Amp Mug is an officially licensed Fender product. It’s an oversized ceramic mug that will help keep your drink warm. It features the shape and design of the original Fender amp. …This slick Fender Amp Mug is great for lovers of rock n’ roll! It’s also perfect for budding guitar players, Fender fanatics, and music fans in general.

Order HERE for $15.

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Scotch Magic Tape Dispenser Record Player

The Scotch Magic Tape Dispenser that let’s you tape like a rock star! Personalize your space with this premium, nostalgic dispenser with woodgrain and silver finishes that keep it feeling modern. This dispenser is weighted for easy dispensing and can handle rolls up to 1500″ long. Keep your favorite Scotch Brand Tape at your fingertips. It’s the preferred tape for offices, home offices and schools.

– Record Player shaped tape dispenser with weighted base for easy dispensing
– White and woodgrain base with silver arm
– Includes 1 roll of Scotch Magic Tape
– Attached hub won’t get lost or misplaced
– Dispenser is refillable
– Holds 1 in. core tape, up to 3/4 in. wide and 1500 in. long

Order HERE.

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Fold Out Stationery Box

A handsome wood personal productivity center for your desk. Wood box folds out into a handy desk organizer set. Order HERE for $20.

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Gather Desk Organizer

Nearly every desk has the same problem: clutter. The Gather Desk Organizer is a well-made, well-designed way to keep all your essential tools handy while minimizing the mess.

It starts with a solid walnut or maple base, with four slots on top to hold its modular attachments. Those include a phone holder, trays, a pen holder, and a Post-It holder, and magnets in the base let you attach a coaster and even a headphone stand. You can easily move everything around to find a configuration that fits your needs, and even add a second base unit if you really have a lot of stuff.

Pre-order from Kickstarter for $100+.

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Inside Walt Disney’s Immaculately Reconstructed Office

Earlier this week, Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, along with Walt Disney’s granddaughters Joanna Miller, Jennifer Goff, and Michelle Lund, composer Richard Sherman, actress Kathryn Beaumont (voice of Alice in Alice in Wonderland) and former head of Walt Disney Imagineering Marty Sklar, dedicated Walt Disney’s newly restored office suite. The suite is located on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, in the original Animation Building, and lovingly pieced together just like Walt left it.

Iger said that the space was “restored down to the tiniest detail,” in what he described as “a painstaking process.” The office is now exactly the way Walt left it back in 1966. This “permanent exhibit,” Iger said, “serves as a source of inspiration for us, a reminder to us to have great ambition, to take bold creative risks, to constantly innovate and push the limits of possibility, to relentlessly pursue perfection and to tell fantastic stories that touch people’s hearts. That was Walt Disney.” And that is inspirational.

Check out the photos of the room, which includes the Sherman Brothers’ original piano (on which they played “Feed the Birds” from Mary Poppins for Walt every Friday afternoon) and a bar that is hidden behind a secret wall.

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Step Inside 92-Year-Old Marvel Comic Book Legend Stan Lee’s Office

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Step Inside 92-Year-Old Marvel Comic Book Legend Stan Lee’s Office

In the latest edition of its “Spaces” feature, Adweek takes a tour of the 92-year-old writer’s POW! Entertainment office in Beverly Hills, where it spotlights family photos, a 1980 Spider-Man pinball machine, Marvel figures and collectibles, art from fans, and painting by Steve Kaufman.

Check it out HERE.

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My Office

Superman needs his Fortress of Solitude and Batman has the Bat Cave. We all need a favorite space to relax, reflect, write, read a book, watch a movie or showcase a favorite collectible or souvenir.

Maybe it’s a game room, library or secret space hidden by a moveable bookcase that leads to a man cave.

I’ve always been curious what curios J.J. Abrams keeps close by, what books fill Stephen King’s shelves, what collectibles does Patton Oswald possess, what artwork lines Jim Lee’s walls, how many toys fill John Lasseter’s Pixar office and what movie memorabilia does Steven Spielberg showcase? Perhaps someday I will find out!

The answers would reflect the owner’s personality, interests, accomplishments, etc. Equally as fascinating to me would be how the items were displayed.

So, I thought I would let you into my world and show you my office and give you the nickel tour.

I wanted my Southern California office to reflect my varied interests and showcase some of my favorite things.

I have collected Stephen King books since 1983. He’s my favorite author and I’m also a fan of his son, Joe Hill. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting both authors on numerous occasions and they are wonderful talented friendly people. The bottom shelf of my bookcase is filled with oversized art books featuring the work of Walt Disney, Jack Kirby, Jim Lee, Alex Ross, Todd McFarlane, Charles Schultz and Tim Burton.

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My Funko Pop! Batman collection guards my graphic novels. Batman is my all-time favorite comic book character as reflected in the art, toys and books in my work space.

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Some of my prized collectibles are an original Batman ink commission by Brazilian artist, Rafael Grampa (I also have his Batman Black & White statue), a signed Adam West Batman photo, a signed Drew Struzan Stephen King Dark Tower print and a series of Jock letterpress Batman prints signed by the artist.

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A fun 3D light up replica of Iron Man’s mask appears to be bursting through my wall.

I also collect posters, many of which are from MONDO, a boutique art gallery based in Austin Texas. They release limited print runs of pop culture posters that are lovingly rendered by amazing artists. Some of my cherished prints are based on the Universal Monster movies by Francesco Francavilla, Star Wars by Tyler Stout and The Incredibles by Tom Whalen. Another favorite piece is my Batman Rogues Gallery print set by Olly Moss; With only a few simple brush strokes the UK artist cleverly captures the essence of the Joker, Poison Ivy and the Riddler.

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The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller from 1986 is my favorite graphic novel so I had to pick up this statue of Batman vs. The Joker by Kotobukiya. I was a huge fan of both the original Batman TV show and the Batman Animated series so the 1966 Batmobile and the vinyl Animated Batman figure are prominently displayed.

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Guillermo del Toro Gives A Guided Tour of His Home Offices Nicknamed Bleak House

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As part of a special feature on Criterion’s Blu-ray and DVD editions of his film Cronos, director Guillermo del Toro leads a tour of his home offices, which he fondly dubs “Bleak House.”

Del Toro explains that the offices were created as a “compression chamber” so that he and his co-workers and collaborators could be “stimulated not just by what is called high art or fine art but by even the powerful images that come from toys or pop art or vivid imaginations. So everything in the house for me has equal importance, whether it’s a rubber toy or an anatomical model, whatever it is, it’s here to try to provoke a shock to the system, circulating the lifeblood of imagination, which I think is curiosity.”

His workspace is stuffed-to-the-gills with creepy figures and memorabilia!

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A life-size sculpture of H.P. Lovecraft watches over the Horror Library of GDT’s Bleak House. 

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Take A Tour of Comic Book Legend Stan Lee’s Office

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Chris Morrow from CNN has interviewed comic book legend Stan Lee multiple times at San Diego’s Comic-Con. During one of her interviews, she asked Lee if she could visit his Beverly Hills office, and he said yes.

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The 90 year old is the co-creator of Spider Man, Hulk, X Men, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor and many more iconic comic book characters.

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Lee shared some personal interests and stories in the video that you can watch HERE.

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