We want to shake the hand of whoever thought of this commercial. Seriously if Hahn beer were sold where we lived, we’d have bought a case right now just because of this ad.
Rob Pollock hand-paints woodgrain patterns into bicycle frames and forks. That’s right, we said paint. He doesn’t cover the parts with any veneer or material. Three woodgrain finishes are available.
You know the drill: new Nintendo system, new Mario game. The king of video games will run, jump and don the Tanooki suit in 3D in what could be one of the best reasons to own a Nintendo 3DS.
Alcohol is never the solution (although technically it is a solution), but we could all use a shot or two sometimes. Good grief glasses tell you how much booze you need for each step of grieving.
Looking for something online? Google, Bing and Yahoo! too complicated for you? E-Z-Fynd offers a fast, easy, secure way to search the whole of the Internet faster than you can say “HotBot.”
Designed for the travel bug who’s always in a hurry, the SOLO is a portable hanger that collapses so you can easily pack it or insert it into clothes. We wish it had some kind of lock though.
The next-gen Wii hits sometime in 2012, and it’ll play with a wireless motion controller with 6.2″ touchscreen, offer 1080p HD graphics. Plus, it’s backwards compatible with the original Wii.
The cinematic teaser for Assassin’s Creed Revelations. Ezio’s ultimate journey is looking just a tad too bleak, lonely and dangerous for an old man, like a medieval Metal Gear Solid 4.
(NSFW) John Michael McDonagh’s comedic tale of two cops – an unorthodox Irish policeman and a straitlaced FBI agent – who must join forces to take on an international drug-smuggling gang.
Inspired by the Korean diver Meoguri and his single oxygen tank string, AbelPartners Design Studio’s fun silicone tea diver holds a belly full of loose tea while floating in your cup, infusing your beverage.
The E3 teaser doesn’t show too much, but if the concept video is any indication, we’ll be getting a good workout beating down Romans in Crytek’s upcoming Kinect fighter, Ryse.
Built in just 17 days and costing nearly $500,000, this skate park in West Auckland, New Zealand looks like a huge pinball machine, complete with a scoreboard and a plunger launcher for skaters.
(Spoilers, NSFW:Language) Newcomer Corporal Miller and his squad fight fire with fire in this play through of the Thunder Run single player mission of the highly anticipated FPS Battlefield 3.