BoÅ™ek Å Ãpek has created the Offside foosball table that converts to a dining table with a separate glass top. When not in use the the playing surface and bars can be removed and hung on the wall like art.
Designer Ann Demeulemeester’s latest creation is this pair of uncanny leather boots. The all-white leather and low-cut tongue stand out against the shoes’ otherwise conventional shape.
Paul Rudd stars as a corporate climber whose goal is to find the most bizarre person to bring to his boss’ monthly dinner party in Dinner for Schmucks. As fate would have it, he meets Steve Carrell.
Electric Zombie’s 2010 Spring Summer line has arrived, so zombie lovers can chill out this season while looking stylish in some cool new threads, including this creepy-looking Gilbert tee.
An entertaining animated short from Icon Motosports with a visceral graphic novel appeal, illustrated by Lukas Ketner which features a few of their cool jacket and helmet styles too.
Segway inventor Dean Kamen shows off his robotic, prosthetic arm, “Luke” on The Colbert Report. Amidst serious discussions about replacing vets’ lost limbs, Colbert still infuses a bit of humor.
With the Dodge Viper in its last year, Chrysler revealed these Final Editions. Just 20 coupes, 18 roadsters and 12 ACRs will be made, dipped in graphite clearcoat, backed by a beefy 600-hp V10.
Gummy bear shot glasses? The fact that it took 30,000 gummy bears to make the brick wall and that the glasses apparently are “freakin’ delicious” is reason enough to check out Vat19’s goofy video.
Ever tasted New York whiskey? Tuthilltown Spirits follows traditional methods of batch-distilling liquors. Since prohibition, they’re the only legal maker of distilled/aged grain spirits in the state.
Whether you make ice or jello shots for your gamer parties in these ice cube trays, it’s still a salute to the old school Atari days and a lot of fun. Each silicone tray makes 24 space invaders.
GlashÃ¼tte Original has an updated version of its PanoInverse XL watch. The new model is stainless steel and features a handsome dial with grey background to showcase its reworked components.
This street-legal Battlestar Galactica’s Viper was built by amusement park mechanic Dean Shorey. It’s made from a postal jeep with a small-block Chevy V8 – just like the original spaceships.