LEGO and Star Wars hold equal places of importance in our hearts. We’d be hard pressed to pick between the two if we were forced to make a choice, which is why the Lucasfilm (Disney, now) and LEGO partnership was all the more cooler when it started a few years ago. Between the Death Star, Super Star Destroyers, character minifigs, playsets (try calling them “landscapes”), universes and settings it can get kind of confusing–even in the smaller world of physical, plastic recreations. If you’re into LEGO, Star Wars or both, you should check out the newly updated and expanded edition of the LEGO Star Wars: Visual Dictionary because it includes anything and everything you could possibly want to know about the world of LEGO Star Wars. From characters to vehicles to full-on sets (like the Death Star), this is your guide book to the universe. And it comes with an exclusive LEGO Star Wars minifig.
Settling on one piece of art for your home is difficult, especially considering you'll probably get bored with it after some time. That's why there's the Depict Frame. The Depict Frame is a stunning digital canvas that blends 4K ultra HD technology with a sleek wooden frame for a completely new art experience. Select art from Depict's app and see it displayed on your wall. Changing the work is as easy as tapping a button. An ever-expanding collection means you won't get bored and you can display work from classic master painters and contemporary digital artists. You may never buy a print again.