Looking for a unique gift for a Star Wars fan? Check out this replica of a director’s clapper used in scene 88B – a close-up of Luke Skywalker in his snowspeeder – of The Empire Strikes Back.
To promote Cirque Ã‰loizeâ€˜s imminent arrival at the Birmingham Hippodrome, this good sport reporter bravely submits his most vulnerable body parts to the harrowing whims of a quicksilver bicycle stunt.
(NSFW: Language) Need a dose of dark humor? Check out this webcomic. Hugh D. Crawford’s pessimistic and jaded strips will make you sad and happy at the same time.
KeuleMedia used Half-Life 2, Garry’s Mod and the appropriately-named Source Engine to recreate the trailer for Duncan Jones’ under-appreciated Groundhog Day-on-a-train thriller, Source Code.
Get a gander at some kick-ass character progressions you’ll have available to you when you play in the Bounty Hunter subclass in Star Wars: The Old Republic. Jetpack uppercuts, FTW!
Here’s what you need to know: this is a TV spot for a company’s movie theater promo, which lets users buy two movie tickets for the price of one. Bonus clue/made-up word: trailerbomber.
If you’re a closet graffiti artist, avid doodler or if you just hate blank paper, the Walls Notebook is for you. Has 80 pictures of New York City walls waiting to be your page, board or canvas.
A 6″ x 1 1/2″ paper shredder that doesn’t require an artificial power source to operate – simply twist both ends in opposite directions to make it shred. Just don’t let kids get their hands on it.
These highly detailed, sleek and sexy hand made slip-cast ceramic lamps are created by Ryan Weigner. Features 9mm and AK-47 lamp stems and bodies. Fixture, shade, cord and plug are included.
Featuring some true experts on the subject, this ‘Rockutorial’ for the air instrument app from everyone’s favorite tubed potato chip is the perfect preparation for your Pringles’ speaker can jams.
In the future, London’s Brixton district will be home to countless robotic workers, living amongst humans, forced to do the jobs they no longer want. Solid social commentary, brilliant CG animation.
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