The beefy yet elegant Epitaph bike features a custom crafted wheel set that allows for 4 low profile tires and a handmade leather seat, grips and frame inserts. Limited run of 12 pieces.
Besides using their computers for this high res rendering of the 3D projection mapping and film, Alienware’s Area 52 Airstream production also incorporates pyrotechnics and live action.
Whether you’re dealing with a first date, a messy divorce, or a bad day at work, How to Booze: Exquisite Cocktails and Unsound Advice has your back, mixing advice and the right drink to go with.
Apple’s new 2560×1440 LED-backlit 27-incher adds Thunderbolt I/O support, zipping data along 12x faster than Firewire 800. Built-in FaceTime HD cam and a MagSafe connector juices up MacBooks.
If you think it’s hard to cross a street in your city, be glad you don’t live in Vietnam, where crossing the road is best left to daredevils – and this guy, who has a certain zen-like calm in his approach.
A look at the tactics, tools and weapons at your disposal in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. There’s nothing awfully revolutionary, but if you want variety, this game seems to have it in spades.
A 1:1 scale replica of the steering wheel used by Ferrari F1 drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa this 2011. Hand-built using carbon fiber and filled with moving buttons, paddles and switches.
Office staples – pencil cup, file box and magazine holder – made of wood composite and painted with a chalkboard surface. Add labels, write notes or just doodle on them. Includes one piece of chalk.
All you need to do to illuminate this Cereal Bowl Lamp from ideaka is to touch the metal spoon. It’s still a concept, but it might be fun to immortalize a favorite childhood (or adult) breakfast memory.
Marc Webb’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise may not hit theaters until July 2012, but the first trailer has already leaked to the net. Who would win in a fight? Andrew Garfield or Tobey MacGuire?
Endorsed by the Japanese military, these glasses can handle some serious impact. While not quite bulletproof, they resist shatters with as much as a 0.3″ diameter object striking the lens at 106mph.
Looking just like a high-end McIntosh amp, the MCLK12 mantle clock tells time using VU-style analog meters with that signature blue glow. Too bad it’s just as expensive as the real deal.
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