Built in an edition of 9, Zagato’s sumptuous carbon fiber-bodied TZ3 Stradale, built for Alfa Romeo’s 100th Anniversary, has the soul of an Alfa and the badass heart of a Dodge Viper ACR.
While we’ve yet to see a video game that looks as good as the graphics in any game engine tech demo, we’re still wowed by the incredible-looking images from this Xbox 360/PS3 gaming engine.
Had enough of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force? The Adult Swim guys are sick of them too, so forget everything you know about Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad and get ready for the premiere 5/8.
The tale of a mortal named Theseus who has been chosen by the gods to defend Greece against King Hyperion, aka He Who Wears The Silly Headgear. Lower thy expectations and enjoy the eye candy.
Bonobos’ Air Balls chinos are comfy and classy enough for daily wear yet literally a snap to remove when it’s time to hit the gym or ball game – or other forms of physical activity *wink wink*.
A developer walkthrough for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings that shows the various means by which players can dispatch enemies, including swords, magic and alchemy.
We’re not sure if this is an actual ad – the scent being advertised doesn’t appear to exist – but it makes use of the visual hyperbole in the Old Spice Guy campaign, so it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
A friendly reminder – never ask a ninja to teach you math. If you can find one that is. T-shirt designed by Steven Barton. Comes in asphalt grey for guys, chalkboard green for girls only.
Star Wars characters quote line after depressing line from existentialist (and proto-Emo) Jean-Paul Sartre in an unlikely yet hilarious mashup, augmented with French gibberish.
So you’re sitting in rush hour traffic along the highway when a bear emerges from the woods to check out the scene. Do you just leave it alone, or stop and say hello?
Terry Gilliam’s psychedelic, drug-induced road trip flick hits Blu-ray in this Criterion Collection special edition. Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro tear up the screen in this Hunter S. Thompson classic.
We’ve featured 3D projection maps before, but never one that incorporated an actual car into the display. This promo for the Hyundai Accent does an awesome job blending real and virtual worlds.
A rugged Android phone designed for adventurers, it’s designed to withstand extreme conditions, has special sensors for temperature, direction and speed and loaded with apps for outdoor types.
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