As important to 90s adventure games as StarCraft was to the RTS genre, Steve Purcell’s iconic Sam and Max duo are getting a slick, 1000pc limited edition polystone statue.
You don’t say: these speech-bubble shaped Speak-ers aren’t just concepts; for $120, you’ll get a pair of these 6W speakers, which come with a white ABS housing and black steel grille.
This in-flight photo of SpaceShipOne’s cockpit is not only breathtaking (check out all those portholes!) but is a testament to efficient engineering with an off-the-shelf GPS unit and clock.
Denim shirts are usually synonymous with soulless workwear, but G-Star’s Prime Midnight button-down ups the ante with dark-washed denim, sewn epaulets and three-button cuffs.
Don’t let the zen-like music or lack of pieces fool you; Perfect Balance is in many ways harder than 99 Bricks as you try to keep pieces from toppling despite control over the drop point.
Winner of a recent designboom contest sponsored by Plantronics, Pedro Gomes’ On Time concept features a touchscreen LCD watch-bracelet with a snap-in bluetooth headset.
Starring a familiar (if not nameable) cast, Alien Trespass is an homage to sci-fi B-movies with flying saucers, rayguns and one-eyed aliens; it’ll see a limited release April 3.
Short for “power assist,” the PA Series Hybrid Bag features an anti-gravity handle which reduces weight by 85% over the wheels; it comprises two pieces, one of which is a carry-on.
There are few things as annoying as infomercials, and this WTF Blanket video takes them to task; it’s a hilarious voiceover and parody of the Snuggie ad. Warning: profanity.
Maingear’s Remix workstation is their first for creative professionals; powered by Nehalem/Core i7, buyers can choose between the Quadro FX or the CUDA-enabled CX.
Invented by Sam Kass to reduce the likelihood of ties, this Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock tee introduces a five-way power sharing; Spock vaporizes Rock, but Lizard poisons Spock.
Although they’re clearly generalizations, this growing list of Gadget Tribes over at Boing Boing is pretty accurate, including Dadputer, iFans and their Rotten Apple arch nemeses.
It won’t be abducting any cows, but mobiBLU’s UFO A10 is not only an MP3 player but doubles as a desktop speaker with Bluetooth; we dig the cool blue LED lighting on its underside.
Holy Taco’s Honest Movie Posters cut through the marketing B.S. and truthfully retitle several famous flicks; ironically, we’d be more likely to watch these movies with Taco’s new titles.
If your desk is more work hazard than workspace, this USB Construction Site with daisy chain-able pieces will save innocent coworkers from being absorbed into your clutter.
Tired of rearranging the stickers to “win” with your Rubik’s Cube? Use the Cube Cheater iPhone app to photograph the offending Cube and let the Kociemba algorithm do the rest.
Dropping a Hemi in just about anything lends a certain amount of street cred, but this supercharged Blastolene Trike could kill with looks alone; all we can say is: DO WANT.
Cedric Ragot’s Spykee VOX robot will be in production soon; this dangerous looking ‘bot responds to voice commands, can be controlled via the internet and features an iPod dock.
For nights on the town when you want to travel light, Malcolm Fontier’s smallish Mojito Wallet literally fits the bill; an elastic strap holds up to four cards while a side pocket stashes cash.
James Leng’s Glowing Cities video looks pretty enough, but our jaws really hit the floor when we realized each squiggle was an entire city; it spans from the Midwest to San Francisco.
We’ve never heard of Gdium, but we’re intrigued by their 10″ Liberty 1000 netbook; it features a removable 8GB or 16GB SSD USB “G-key;” simply unplug it to secure your files.
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