Nike’s N7 Collection retools their Pegasus and Huarache shoes to support the youth sports N7 Fund; the line boasts Native American-inspired colorways and low ecological impact.
Slightly NSFW: Jeremie Duval’s Pulp Fiction and Mario mashup does Tarantino proud with guns and gasoline in place of fireballs; who needs Luigi when you have Travolta in overalls?
The non-volatile memory in these 8GB USB Grenade Flash Drives won’t explode, but it gives cubicle warriors marching orders to yell “Grenaaade!” when ambushed by TPS reports.
This Weapons trailer for Army of Two: The 40th Day is heaven for both gun freaks and combinatorial math geeks; choose from dozens of options for barrel, stock, scope, style, and more.
As any professional procrastinator knows, doing everything and nothing at the same time is hard work; this Multislacking shirt is an effortless homage to master time wasters.
The Frictionator claims it’s the only street legal jet truck in the world, and with a 7,000 hp GE J85 jet engine, we ain’t gonna argue; it’s mounted to a Ford F650 and tops out at 200 mph.
The gods have been kind with trailer #2 for Percy Jackson and the Olympians; you’ll glimpse high school teachers-gone-harpy-wild, lightning swords, and Medusa on an iPod.
A symphony of sliders and a study in operating system UIs, Toki Woki’s Scroll Clock was made using the MooTools JS framework; check out the multi-OS gallery here. Thanks, Scott!
Pedro M. Cruz’ Decline of Empires reduces the top maritime empires of the 19th and 20th centuries (France, Portugal, Spain, and England) to blobs–albeit surprisingly descriptive ones.
Skullcandy does a full-court press with its NBA Player Series headphones; each pair of cans rocks the colors and name of one of eight NBA players, including Kobe, LeBron, and DWill.
One of the best head sculpts we’ve ever seen, Hot Toys’ 1:6 scale, 12″ The Comedian does justice to our favorite Watchmen character with five weapons, a cigar, and full body harness.
A dozen awesome trailers and a short film later, Assassin’s Creed II is finally available; this cinematic trailer launches the game and ends with a final, glorious knife-fight montage.
No three keys strike as much terror into PC user’s hearts, but these CTRL+ALT+DEL Cups are all about relaxing with a cup of tea–ostensibly while your PC BSODs itself into oblivion.
Adam Koford’s Twitter Avatars are limited as Twitter’s only 140 character limit, but the results are anything but: he’s done everything from Wolverine and Yoda to Chewie and Link.
Casio’s G-Shock Gulfman goes all black (9100MB-1ER); the shock- and rust-resistant watch features an EL backlight, solar power, radio-synced time, 5 alarms, and 200 m water resistance.
The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book is a 320 page bible authored by the Man himself; it includes 101 “facts”, real anecdotes from Chuck, his favorite quotes, and Chuck’s Code of Life.
We’ve enjoyed Star Trek Online’s Future Past series, but this Tactics trailer really lights up the LCARS with a detailed look at space combat, ship upgrades, and personnel choices.
Plumbing gets poetic with Robert Matysiak’s Robolamps; made with PVC pipes, light bulbs, and other plumbing supplies, each stands between 6″ and 20″ tall and is positionable.
Dell’s relentlessly-teased Adamo XPS is now available: the ultra-thin (0.39″) laptop features a 13.4″ WLED display, 1.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, and weighs 3.2 lbs.
Beloved by bikers and a favorite of Sinatra (he was buried with a bottle), this Jack Daniel’s Chess Set celebrates its heritage; Jack serves as King while Black Label bottles are pawns.
Its price is sky-high, but the GRACE E-bike tantalizes with its tech: a 1300 W brushless hub motor, a bank of 70 Li-ion batteries, 1 hour charge, 40 mph top speed, and Eurofighter/F1 parts.
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