Thursday, 22 August 2013

Australian Brand Luxury Duck

The Australian brand Bud is part of Design Room Group, located in South Yarra, Australia. The brand is the brain-child of Simon Pithie, formerly of Australia’s successful Room Interior Products.

The design team put all their thoughts into making a cool, colorful collection, alive with vibrancy and personality. The set is classified into three exciting product ranges: Fun, Bathroom and Lifestyle.

The ‘Bathroom’ products comprise fun accessories that put the fun back into bathing, with new designs to beautify and brighten up any bath times! One item worth highlighting is the whole family of classic, luxury bath ducks – each with their own character and custom design – that are ‘splashing’ to gather.

Make your bathroom brighter with wonderful luxury ducks, intended to take the rubber duck to a new dimension this is the peak of rubber duck design. Available in varied designs these luxury ducks are one of the fastest selling collectables you can procure. These can be employed for decoration around the home or as gift to give to somebody that suits the personality and name of the duck, whatever you choose these are going to be a gift anyone would take pleasure in.

Friday, 15 February 2013

Luxury Duck

Brighten up your bathroom with a luxury duck. Bud Ducks are collectible bath ducks that breathe new life into the humble rubber duck. These novelty designer bath ducks are of exceptional quality, a combination of contemporary design and squeaky clean hum our. There are several designs to choose from, and the range is continually expanding, so you'd better have a big bathroom!

Thursday, 9 August 2012

Ducks Deluxe

Ducks Deluxe were an English pub rock band of the 1970s, who have recently reformed. Usually called "The Ducks" by their fans, they were known for up-tempo, energetic performances, and the successful careers of their members, after they disbanded.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Light-mantled Albatross

The Light-mantled Albatross is largely sooty-brown or blackish in colour, darker on the head, with paler upperparts from the nape to the upper tail-coverts which are grey to light grey, palest on the mantle and back. The plumage has been described as being similar in appearance to the colouring of a Siamese cat. The eyes are partly encircled with thin post-orbital crescents of very short grey feathers. The bill is black with a blue sulcus and a greyish-yellow line along the lower mandible, and is about 105 mm (4.1 in).Measurements show that males and females are similar in size, with average length of 79–89 cm (31–35 in), wing-span of 183–218 cm (72–86 in), and weight of 2.5–3.7 kg (5.5–8.2 lb)