While it might start out like any other computer animated cartoon, Chump and Clump quickly descends into a drug and booze induced haze. Come for the animation, stay for the trip.
Nike’s space-age shoes get imbued with an iridescent pine green and black colorway that looks great whether your going for a walk, shooting hoops, or casual day at the office.
Handcrafted from select hardwoods and capable of producing “reflective-audio”, these designer docking stereo systems from Q were made to be enjoyed by the eyes and the ears.
Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games tells the tale of teenage pawns who must fight with one another until one survivor remains, relying on raw instinct and making impossible choices. (Thanks Simon!)
Illustrator Dave Murray puts a cubist spin on roundist(?) cans and bottles of beer in this abstract series of 9×12 giclÃ©e prints. Note: Get too drunk, and they might just look photo-realistic.
First person shooter Hawken wowed PAX with its latest gameplay trailer. Feast your eyes on hot mech-on-mech action. Please let that huge turret-laden ship be controllable.
The smartass puppets of Glove and Boots are back, taking on all those annoying, intrusive ads that pay for all the video bandwidth you use up watching countless YouTube videos.
For those of us who are multitaskers and don’t have a lot of time to waste, Blue Q’s super sarcastic gum will keep a smile on your face and your breath fresh at the same time.
Thomas Sullivan’s man-eating-seal-eating-turtle-eating-shark-eating-squid-eating-whale design presents a bizarre food chain in a Russian doll style. Wait – there’s a man eating seal?
Antonio Banderas plays a brilliant plastic surgeon who creates a synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage and uses a volatile woman as his guinea pig in Pedro AlmodÃ³var’s The Skin I Live In.
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