Breaking Bad Blueprints

Mar 21, 2014

Category: Living

There may not be much Breaking Bad left to watch on your TV screen, but you can have it say, two feet above your flat panel with one of these Breaking Bad Blueprints from the Oliver Gal Art Gallery.

Not only are they vivid reminders of the key props, costumes, and vehicles from the show, but they’re also based on the real patent drawings of the actual items themselves. Choose from the 3D table of the elements, RV used by Walter White to get ahead in the world, gas mask, integrated chemical lab, and even Walter’s underwear—sans skid marks. Sisters Lola Sanchez and Ana Gal head up the collective that is the Oliver Gal Art Gallery in Hollywood, Florida, and we’d like to commend them for coming up with the most frame-worthy pair of skivvies we’ve seen in quite a while. [Purchase]

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