Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? True Jedi Masters won’t settle for anything less than this life-sized R2-D2, complete with retaining bolt, lights and sounds. Limited to 250.
Yanko Design is easily our favorite concept blog so their massive Best of Yanko Design 2008 post has us jumping for joy, even if their features are far prettier than they are useful.
With an enormous snout only a mother could love, the first Donkervoort D8 GT is road-ready; made with Kevlar and carbon fiber, it weights just 1,400 pounds with an Audi 1.8 Turbo.
You haven’t geeked out Christmas until you’ve decked the halls with starship models like this tree by JD Hancock; it’s primarily for Trekkies, thought we do spy an X-Wing.
When trend guru William Yan speaks we tend to take notice; these DITA Statesman frames mix horn-rimmed acetate goodness with hex rivets and diamond pattern titanium.
This fan-made Thundercats trailer is surprisingly good; it’s amazing what some snazzy editing (check out that virtual grey face paint on Hollywood actors) and dubbed lines can do.
Kids got no respect these days, or so the saying goes, but we can’t help but wonder how things might be different if the Dark Knight would just lighten up as seen on this Gotham’s Youth tee.
Our favorite psychotic rabbits with aggression issues have a very special holiday message courtesy of Ubisoft; there’s nothing quite like having yuletide joy screamed at you.
Above: Burnout Paradise remixes “Twas the night before Christmas…” with gameplay videos of the Jansen 88 special hovering and flamin’ through the streets of Paradise City.
Obey’s Peace Bomber tee takes a weapon of war and goes all flower power with it; despite the plantlife, we’re really digging both the message and the artwork’s complexity.
Roth Audio’s MC4 mixes a bit of the old with the new; it’s both a tube amplifier and an iPod dock with s-video output; includes remote and a pair of OLI1 2-way bookshelf speakers.
It’s too bad that Eric Pautz’s Rubik’s Lamp is just a concept; the original Cube is capable of 43 quintillion combos, potentially making this lamp the ultimate in geek decor.
Few monster films are as revered as 1954′s Godzilla, and this innovative 3-D Poster (part of the Real Artwork Series) brings the venerable kaiju film to life; it measures 11.5″ tall.
This Subaru Legacy Concept teaser doesn’t show much, but what it does show is tantalizing: stacked headlights and a chunky grill point to the future of the 20 year old Legacy model.
Merry Christmas, Master Chief: Microsoft has dropped a grunt-astic amount of info on Halo Wars, with detailed UNSC and Covenant descriptions, artwork and in-game screenshots.
Hardcore Wii partiers would be hard-pressed to pass up Nyko’s Charge Station Quad, which will charge up to four controllers simultaneously via matching NiMH battery packs.
Made by local Kansas City Santa Dick Conkling , this Rocket Sleigh is actually a 1970 VW microbus with a hot-rod painted jet engine, LCD lights and a 5,000 watt sound system.
We doubt the Mac vs. PC debate will ever be put to rest, but this Transformers themed short by Nick Greenlee easily puts those endless Get a Mac / I’m A PC commercials to shame.
The NC20 is Samsung’s followup to its NC10 netbook, with a larger 12.1″ display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD; instead of an Atom CPU, it uses a VIA Nano U225.
Celebrating Maserati’s Indy win 70 years ago, the Quattroporte Sport GT S eschews visual cues for a 4.7L V8 with 433hp, throaty exhaust, stiffer springs and single rate dampers.
Vectoroid may be nothing more than a bunch of lines and points, but this homage to Asteroids is a literal blast with upgrades, enemies, hit points and a gun that never stops firing.
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