We showed you the Facebook Like/Dislike stamps a while ago, but the original product has been out of stock and sold out for ages. So we searched and found alternative Facebook stamps that let you Like and Dislike everything in real life, including documents, notes, and foreheads.
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Watch out Marc Jacobs, because there’s a new Mark in town. The parody fashion brand “Mark by Mark Zuckerberg” has opened a web shop where you can buy the Facebook CEO’s signature blue bathrobe, his favorite pair of full elastic jeans and the adidas flip-flops with massage lining he sports as soon as weather permits.
Just in time for the holiday season ─but convenient throughout the entire year─ we’ve launched our Facebook Gifts & Gadgets page. A quintessential overview of all the Facebook themed products reface.me has encountered so far, the list serves as a source of inspiration for those buying gifts or compiling their personal wish list.
Facebook has taught us to define whatever we’re feeling, thinking or doing in 420 characters, and to share that information with those around us. It’s only a natural reflex that we want to take our enthralling status updates offline and display them to the outside world as well, so the UpdateMeTee is exactly what we need.
The problem with having hundreds of friends on Facebook is that eventually you forget about a whole bunch of them. But now you can let the Friend Poster be your constant reminder. By printing your entire friends list as a gigantic grid on a 20″ x 40″ poster, it quite literally gives you a bigger picture of your social network.
Some people have grown so used to Facebook’s “Like” feature, they say “Like” out loud or write it down whenever something in the physical world pleases them. We are some people. And thanks to Nation, a UK-based digital design studio, we can now leave actual “Like” buttons everywhere around you using their Like button stamp.
Okay, this is just creepy! The quote below is exactly what we wrote a month ago when posting about the two A Nightmare On Elm Street Facebook gifts that were available at the time: “We’re a bit bummed that you cannot give the creepy killer’s razor-bladed glove, or burnt, striped sweater and dark brown fedora to your friends”