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025 // The Toxic Bubble Beam by Ellis Latham-Brown

FROM ALEX: While Ellis' website is currently undergoing a total overhaul, you can check out some of his work on dribbble and follow him on twitter. You should also check out his Beast Every Week project, which I'll be contributing to early next year.

FROM ELLIS: "Take your garden variety play bubbles and turn them into a destructive beam of toxic bubbles. Batteries not included."

FROM BISHOP: "This is the perfect evolution for our patented Bubble+® series of products. Years ago, we began infusing childern's Bubbles with insecticides and weed killer agents so that kids could make themselves useful while playing in their parents' yard. Aside from a few completely baseless lawsuits, Bubble+® has been a huge success, and The Toxic Bubble Beam will further cement the already successful brand."

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