A treat for both stargazers and typesetters, Ross Berens’ Under the Milky Way collection gives all eight planets (and yes, Pluto) their own unique 13″x19″ poster with facts and figures.
Available soon: Vans Vault’s Mountain Edition line gets a mid-top design with three tonal sueded colorways; all shoes sport white contrast stitching and matching perfed panels.
PS3 owners finally get their own version of Star Ocean today (2/9/10); The Last Hope International includes Japanese/English voices and multiple soundtracks on a single Blu-ray disc.
We could think of more appropriate gifts for fat cat bankers, but this Screwed by Wall Street is perfect for the man who has everything–thanks to Main Street, who now has nothing.
His solo career may be dust in the wind, but we can’t help but feel for the hapless muppet in Beaker’s Ballad; performing (and burning) in front of a YouTube audience = teh lose.
Dog State Jewelry ain’t clowning around with their bling; their morbid/masculine collection includes rings, keychains, and pendants in the shapes of pirates, skeletons, animals, and clowns.
Give your old t-shirts a new lease on life with Hello Rewind’s laptop sleeves; send them a t-shirt and they’ll turn it into a custom 13″ or 15″ padded laptop sleeve in 4-8 weeks.
Google Buzz is Google’s newest foray into the social space, allowing you to share status updates, photos, and videos in Gmail; it also works on your phone with Google Maps integration.
The Prancing Horse ain’t horsin’ around: Ferrari Racing Series DLC arrives on Need for Speed SHIFT 2/18/10 for the Xbox 360 only with 10 supercars including the F430 GTC and F50 GT.
Lv Sisi’s Digital Analogue is true to its name; the kinetic stop motion short film was edited digitally but is composed of over 6,000 still photos and set to sounds made by antique cameras.
Available 2/24/10: if your braaaain found Pride and Prejudice and Zombies a bit too dense, this set of 30 postcards pictorially merges Victorian romance with ultraviolent zombie mayhem.
Remodel on the fly with Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov’s Change It! concept; it’s basically a wall made with three-sided pixels that rotate between black, white, and colored sides.
Don’t soil your pants, but Plants vs. Zombies shambles onto your lawn the iPhone/iPod Touch February 15th with a new zombie bobsled team; play the free online version here for a trial.
Just because a typeface is sans serif doesn’t mean it can’t be done tastefully: David Schwen’s Burgervetica T-shirt is well done for both typography and gastronomy fans.
NSFW: It’s no secret we live in a world saturated by brands, but Logorama takes this to its logo-gical extremes; the animated short film won Kodak’s Discovery Prize at Cannes.
Available March in Europe, LG’s Mini/GD880 phone ups the style ante with a 16:9 3.2″ touchscreen and a button-free face, 5.0 MP camera, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, Wi-fi, FM radio, and A-GPS.
We apologize in advance for any eardrums this may rupture: William Shatner makes an epic return to singing with a so-bad-it’s-good rendition of WWE Superstar entrance theme songs.
Today’s Canon camera onslaught ends with the PowerShot SD3500 IS; along with 14.1 MP and a 5x 24mm wide angle optical zoom lens, its main feature is a large 3.5″ LCD touchscreen.
It sounds like a Hollywood movie, but More Than a Game is the real, seven-year story of LeBron James and four of his friends as they rewrite Ohio high school basketball history.
Molten metal speaks louder than words in this Japanese Debut Teaser for Armored Core 5; due out late 2010, this iteration will shift the focus from speed to violent mech-on-mech action.
Gerber’s Octane is a quick starter thanks to a one-handed opening design that only ways 5 oz.; the 9-in-1 multitool includes pliers, a full-size blade, screwdrivers, and a wire cutter.
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