With a colossal 742 lumens, the Neofab Legion II is more light than most of us know what to do with; it also features single finger on/off, multi-level brightness and Teflon bearings.
Artist Chris Grine is working on an ambitious but very cool project: three new robots each week for an entire year. He’s on #13 but already has several winners, including Warm Tender Heart.
Created in 1970 by Christian Râ€šÃ Ã¶¬âˆ‚der, the Joker Light looks more Batman than Joker; the hand-assembled pendant lamp has been reissued by Le Klint and is available in black or white.
Packed with 50+ classic Atari games, 2600 Online is proof that good gameplay always trumps graphics; Missile Command and Pac-Man still get our blood pumping, pixels and all.
With stainless steel, aluminum and unbreakable glass, the Lux Minimalist Foosball table is more modern art than game; players can be customized in one of 12 finishes including gold.
Striker’s Magnetic Light Mine features a dozen rare earth magnets that allow you to easily position and aim its wide angle LED; it also doubles as a pick up tool for screws and nails.
With nine finishes including Zebrano and Cognac, Dual’s Consoles & Mixing Desks are targeted towards DJs with an eye for modern design; each can be customized with add-ons.
It won’t be teeing off with humans anytime soon, but Precise Path’s RG3 is an ultra efficient robotic golf green mower; it’ll do 100% coverage in a single pass with straight lines.
While it may not pack as many tools as Topeak’s Alien II, this Increase Utility Knife by Stussy sneaks in a few goodies, including a pen light and tone-on-tone Stussy graffiti logo.
Featuring a blast furnace for a chimney effect, the Grilletto is a portable charcoal grill that folds in half for easy storage; it also includes 170 sq. in. of cooking surface and a roasting oven.
While RollOclock’s linearly creeping display of time isn’t the most efficient use of space, Aleksey Belyalov’s concept offers an artsy alternative to round analog and digital displays.
Ideal for chugging down some Chianti poolside, these Trek Wine Karafes hold 750ml of fermented grape nectar in a stainless steel vessel that won’t add chemicals or unwanted flavors.
They only exist as renders, but we hope Erick Sakal’s Another Long Chair gets made; the organic, segmented design an anodized aluminum slats put cheap patio furniture to shame.
A pair of mirror-imaged, omnidirectional arrays and a quartet of 12″ bass drivers make up these gorgeous MBL 101 X-treme speakers, which faintly resemble Federation warp cores.
It’s largely an exercise in brand loyalty, but Another Round Flask is a must for OBEY fans; this pocketable curved flask is laser etched with a Sanskrit-ized logo and Taj Mahal graphic.
This 48″ x 18″, poster-sized 2009 Bubble Calendar may not be the best idea for bubble wrapaholics; if we got our hands on one, chances are we’d pop the whole year in a day.
Rockwell’s RK9000 Jawhorse is a portable workbench, with jaws that extend up to 37″ and clamp down with 2,200 lbs. of force; it folds up for easy storage and weighs only 43 pounds.
Get a workout just raising the Push Up Table; true to its name, it requires you do a pushup to elevate it; it’s similar to a clicky pen, except you’ll need a lot more upper body strength.
Despite its austere design, the Novanta Workstation (made out of aluminum and MDF) squeezes in speakers, a USB hub, monitor stand, iPod dock, power strip, and three drawers.
Most kids of the 80s no doubt remember The Neverending Story; Enclothe has created a fantastic homage to the movie with a cool (but creepy) Southern Oracle t-shirt.
Infinitely cool for math geeks: Perfectly Scientific’s Prime Number posters show primes up to 2^43112609 – 1; they’re printed so small you’ll need a magnifying glass to read them.
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