Travis Scott is no stranger to unusual creativity. Recently the "Sicko Mode" rapper worked in conjunction with General Mills to design a custom Reese's Puffs box and now, he has added another interesting addition to his portfolio of projects.

According to TMZ, the musician has now hired a Houston-based company to create a $50k vending machine for his office. The innovative appliance will include a 3D hologram image of his "Astroworld" album cover, and the unique offerings the machine has will include soda from all over the world, as well as a Wheaties box. The machine also offers the capability to place custom orders for snacks.

On Monday, Exotic Pop posted a few snippets on their Instagram highlighting the unique features of the machine, one of which can be seen below.

If you are interested in obtaining your own, the machine, which houses 14 patented parts and a 49-inch touchscreen, it won't come cheap though, as these creations can potentially run you close to $50k. Exotic Pop, the company behind the elaborate machine, says they plan to hand it over to Scott once he returns from his European tour in mid-July.

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Travis Scott performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City. Theo Wargo/Getty Images