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Daft Punk’s Pop-Up Shop is Practically a Museum of Awesomeness

They’ve officially been around so long they could have a full museum of memorabilia. But for now, we’ll have to settle with a Daft Punk pop-up shop.

Last week, Daft Punk announced they’d be opening a pop-up shop in Los Angeles. As a lead-up to their big Grammys performance, it opened on February 11 and will stay open until the 19th. The shop features “a retrospective of archival set pieces, props, wardrobe, artwork, photography, and robot helmets on display for the first time as well as a range of limited edition items created by a selection of Maxfield’s esteemed designers.”

In other words, not only did they have items for sale from designers like Off-White and Darkdron. They also showed off pieces from their own history. According to YourEDM.com, the shop has everything from early helmet designs to production pieces from Tron: Legacy.

Here are some of the pics:

Daft Punk Pop-Up Shop EDMInStereo.com

Kickin’ it old school.

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Excuse us while we drool over that guitar.

Daft Punk Pop-Up Shop EDMInStereo.com

Is it too much to hope this is on sale?

If you happen to be in Los Angeles before the shop closes its doors on February 19, you can hit up the pop-up shop at 8818 Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood.

EDM In Stereo Staff

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