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Our world is a wonderfully creative thing, and lots of our members have come up with some great stuff that you can buy. Woo. Spend.
|Nice cup of tea book|
It's in the bestseller lists, it's advertised on the Tube. But if you've failed to notice it elsewhere, notice it now: Nicey and Wifey's book is all the biscuit reference book you'll ever need. Nicey's good-humoured prose style and engineer's eye for detail make this the ideal gift for the biscuit-lover in your life.
Huzzah. It's finally here. 13 pictures from b3ta photoshop artists. Woo. What wall would be complete without one?
|Dave Gorman DVD|
Follow b3ta hero Dave Gorman's adventures as he follows googlewhacks around the world. "This DVD is touched by gingery genius," exclaims b3ta fuhrer Rob Manuel, "For I made an animation which is one of the extras."
|Dave's manga illustration book|
This is a good, solid book on drawing by a bloke who really knows what he's talking about. "Peter's a mate of mine," boasts David Stevenson. "I did the colour rendering on this, and I'm writing this list you're reading, so in it goes." It's a very good starter book, with manga trimmings on the side.
|Old Grey Whistle Test (has Djols squirrels on it)|
The Old Grey Whistle Test was a seminal music show of the 70s. it featured exclusive sets from the likes of Robert Plant, Alice Cooper, the Stones and other behemoths of 70s rock too numerous to mention... But we're recommending it because of the squirrels. Yes, b3tard djol managed to get one of his best animations put onto the disc as a bonus extra.
|Weebl & Bob DVD|
When MTV came a-calling, Jonti found he wasn't allowed to use the name Weebl & Bob. That belonged to a ventriloquists act from Dudley. no slouch, Jonti changed two letters of the name and an egg-shaped TV phenomenon was born. This DVD collects the first year's worth of Wobbl & Bob in one handy disc-shaped, er, disc.
You might think it's the wrong time of year for t-shirts. But you'd be a misguided fool. Use them as stylish, yet affordable, undergarments. Yes.
|Craig's pixel pops book Minipops|
Tiny pixel genius Craig Robinson is best-known for his Minipops - lovely, minimalist portraits of celebrities. The pleasure is in seeing just how a few coloured squares can capture the essence of a character.
|Denise in lovely art book|
Fans of b3ta uber designspersonage Denise Wilton can a couple of examples of her work in this anthology of pixel art. If that kind of thing is your bag, you might also like to know that it features the likes of Eboy.
|Log's Law of the Playground|
Kids are horrible creatures - dirty, stinky and a bit mental in the head. Disagree? Then you've forgotten what it was like when you were at school. Log's excellent book lifts the lid on the peculiar Law of the Playground.
Frankly there's no reason at all not to buy the 3 disc collector's edition DVD of Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson's superlative slacker comedy. But if you were to need further incentive, know this: B3ta friend and musical cut-up artist par excellence Osymyso has done a video montage of all the episodes, which is on there as an extra.
|Diana Death Clock|
"Let Diana be an inspiration to you on an hourly basis in this stunning clock tribute. From hugging men with HIV to visiting limbless children in hospital, make time for a little Diana in your heart." Or so Rob claims. The big twat.