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If haven't heard, Autoblog has been in the merch game for a little while. On our Redubble store, we've got everything from shirts, to coffee mugs, to throw pillows, and much more. Recently, we expanded our offerings to include washable face masks and now we're adding another exciting product to the store: automotive jigsaw puzzles. We've been lucky enough to travel the world reviewing cars and on our adventures we've been able to capture some pretty stunning shots. We figured what better way to showcase those photos than on custom jigsaw puzzles! Check out the new puzzles as well as a handful of our other favorite products available on the store, below.
Autoblog Senior Producer Chris McGraw took all of the photos we're featuring on the puzzles, so we asked him to recall some of the epic shots. This one is of a McLaren coming around the bend during a Pikes Peak run. According to Chris, on this trip "I was shooting on the side of Pikes Peak for the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. The June air was brisk and thin, but the views were unlike anything I had ever seen. This McLaren happened to be taking practice laps at the time when I shot this photo." You can snag this photo not only as a puzzle, but printed on several other items in our store. It looks great on a coffee mug too!
This photo was taken by Chris at a track day, and fun fact, the car is actually being driven by our very own editor-in-chief, Greg Migliore! "I've spent a lot of days at the track, but driving the already sold out Ford GT in Utah definitely ranks as one of the best. I wanted to get a wide angle shot of the engine, so I mounted a camera on the car's back wing as Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore did his test laps." It looks great as a photo, and creates quite the challenging puzzle. You can pick it up here.
We colloquially call this photo the "Road to Nowhere" because it depicts an open road that seemingly goes on forever, something that many of us dream about. According to our Producer, "I snapped this photo on the Ford Raptor launch. I was out in the California desert where the views lasted for days. We pulled over and I took a few shots with no one else in sight." You can grab this puzzle as well as several other items featuring this print right here.
Speaking of the "Road to Nowhere," we figured we'd feature one of our coffee mugs using the shot as well. We've got several mug options, but these new offerings might be some of our favorites. You can pick them up featuring the Autoblog logo or any of the photos above, with more to come. Learn more about them right here.
Of course, with everything going on in the world right now, it'd be pretty silly to have a merch store without face masks! Per Redbubble, the masks are "two layers of soft 95% polyester / 5% spandex fabric with sublimation print on the outside layer" and they feature "over-ear elastic straps for a snug fit over mouth and nose." And if you're wondering, yes, they're washable! You can check out the masks featuring all kinds of autoblog-centric designs right here.
You can't have a merch store without hoodies. This pull-over is a "heavyweight 9oz preshrunk cotton rich fleece made from 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester," has a front pouch pocket, and comes in colors like black, heather grey, and blue. And of course, it features the all-white version of the Autoblog tachometer logo! You can check out this exact hoodie and several other variations right here.
Sometimes, you don't want to rep a brand. We get it. Brands can be fickle. They can be unreliable. One minute, you're telling everyone about how much you love your favorite car and the next minute the CEO of that company is embarrassing you by making weed jokes on Twitter. It happens. One thing we can all agree on, though, is that the simple concept of cars will never let us down. That's why we we're offering this simple design on a few pieces, paying homage to the thing we love the most. You can check out this design and others by clicking right here.
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