Originality has always been a Daft Punk calling card, but it doesn't end with their music (or meticulously crafted air of mystery). They've even found a creative way to build buzz around their merch, of all things. Head to the "vault" section of the band's online shop to find a treasure trove of deadstock tour memorabilia like shirts from their 2006 "Alive" tour, vintage patches, and backstage passes. All come with a "Certificate of Authenticity," of course.
Other goods that are still available include beach towels, yo-yos, skateboards, pins, and much more—each promoted with a different vintage-inspired ad. With their retro styling and images of neon poolside scenes, break dancing, and old New York City subway cars, the spreads bring to mind '70s-era Rolling Stone.
For more on the collection, see daftpunk.com.