The release of Kid Cudi’s cross-platform Entergalactic experience is being commemorated with a new collab collection from Staple and Netflix.

The collection features expected pieces including t-shirts, jackets, and beanies, each bringing together Entergalactic and Staple imagery in a unique way. But the creatively presented alliance has some surprising entries, as well, including a disposable camera and a skate deck.

Below, get a closer look at the full collection. The pieces will be available via the official Staple site starting at 11 a.m. ET on Friday, while the Netflix Shop site will being sales at 3 a.m. ET.

A model wears new Staple pieces
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A model wears new Staple pieces
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A model wears new Staple pieces
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A model wears new Staple pieces
Image via Staple/Netflix
A model wears new Staple pieces
Image via Staple/Netflix
A model wears new Staple pieces
Image via Staple/Netflix
A model wears new Staple pieces
Image via Staple/Netflix
A beanie from Staple is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A Staple jacket is pictured
Image via Staple/Netflix
A jacket from Staple is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A new Staple shirt is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A new staple shirt design is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A new t shirt design from Staple is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A look at a new shirt from Staple
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A look at a new Staple design
Image via Staple/Netflix
A new look at a Staple t shirt design is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A Staple t shirt design is pictured
Image via Staple/Netflix
A Staple design for a shirt is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A staple hoodie is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A skate deck for the brand Staple is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A camera from the brand Staple is shown
Image via Staple/Netflix
A look at a magazine release from Netflix and Staple
Image via Staple/Netflix

Speaking with Jimmy Fallon this week, Cudi—whose next project with Netflix is Teddy, which he also wrote and is set to direct—explained how boredom with the traditional manner in which albums are rolled out helped inspire how he’s handling the Entergalactic unveiling.

“I wanted something, just a bigger splash this time around,” Cudi said. “I thought about the idea to splice the music with the animation but have the music kind of narrate the story, you know, something that hasn’t really been done before. And that’s kind of why we’ve been calling it, like, a TV event.”

Entergalactic, both the album and the Netflix event, will be available on Friday.