Say what you will about Hollywood action flicks, but this teaser for Clash of the Titans looks god-awesome: Kratos would do well to take some pointers from Perseus. Thanks, everyone!
Based on a Raphael painting, we can’t help but love the awesomeness and insanity of La Disputa del Cyborgio; the t-shirt features Terminators, Mega Man, and yes, Stephen Hawking.
And we thought texting while driving was dangerous, Engineer Awesome not only drives but car-surfs an ’88 Oldsmobile with an iPhone–all in the name of science, of course.
Available only at Barneys NYC and New York CO-OP stores, this array of 5 custom Nixon watches will sport sophisticated black colorways with high-end gold and tortoise shell accents.
Unleashing a holy can of whoop ass on blasphemers may sound fun, but this Heresy trailer for Dante’s Inferno shows that Dante must remain not only mindful but soulful of his actions.
BMW Mottorrad’s Concept 6 makes a compelling case for a straight-six tourer; the 1.6 L inline 6 is only slightly wider than a 4-cylinder, yet churns out 96 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 rpm.
Dr. Peter Lucas glimpses the future with Trillions: trillions of computers requires radical new thinking, but Lucas posits that nature itself may hold the key with its use of layered complexity.
Limited to 100, Strider’s Dauntless Framelock is their first folder in years; it features a 4″ blade and a solid slab titanium folder that weighs 0.36 lbs thanks to Reduction Terraced construction.
The Halo Encyclopedia is a gigantic, ring-sized, 352 page volume covering all Halo games; it packs in a detailed timeline, character profiles, ships & vehicles, and a MJOLNIR history.
It’s a bit pricey at $50, but Razer’s Abyssus is a great no-frills gaming mouse: you’ll get a 3500 dpi infrared sensor with DPI and polling rate toggling, 3 buttons, and 1 ms response time.
This Shadow Art video puts shadow puppets to shame; using a geometric algorithm, a single 3D sculpture made of LEGOs can cast completely different shadows based on how it’s rotated.
Gibson redesigns the classic 7-String Explorer for the 21st century with a glossy ebony nitrocellulose finish, mahogany neck/body, EMG pickups, 25k linear pot and Grover Rotomatics.
Proof that the Japanese have embraced capitalism more thoroughly (and happily) than anyone else: these vanity barcodes are made by d-barcode and are fully scannable.
adidas Originals and Ransom Valley team up for a literal avalanche of mids and boots; minimalist styling rules, alongside details like triple ribbed collars, metal eyelets, and zig-zag stitching.
Happy (early) holidays: Google will offer free Wi-Fi at 47 airports and Virgin America flights from 11/16/09 to 1/15/10; Yahoo offers it at Times Square starting today through all of 2010.
With Star Trek on Blu-ray scoring perfect, Star Trek: Art of the Film is icing on cake: the 160 page book includes never before seen set pieces and details on the reimagining of the Enterprise.
We appreciate the efforts and sacrifices of our troops, but The Onion’s Modern Warfare 3 suggests a better name for the ultra-realistic military sim: the Call of Monotonous Duties.
Ducati’s Multistrada 1200 is four bikes in one; with a new suspension and the same engine used in its 1198 superbike, it offers Sport, Touring, Urban, and Enduro riding modes.
This Alien Autopsy t-shirt depicts the aftermath of Earth’s battle against precisely five neatly organized rows of space invaders: dissecting our pixelated foes’ naughty bits and bytes.
Ricoh’s GXR merges optics and sensors into a “lens unit” that can be swapped without dust worries; currently available are 10 MP fast prime and 12.1 MP APS-C lenses, with more planned.
It may have a new 186hp, 998cc radial-valve inline-4, swingarm and chassis, but the 2010 MV Agusta F4 stays true to its superbike roots; it sheds 22 lbs and gains 12 hp over 2009.
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