Aled Lewis’ Eating Brains tee is a labor of (undead) love, with nearly 100 zombies cued to the original dance moves from Michael Jackson’s Thriller; the werewolves were on strike.
Taking the twelve days of Christmas to new heights, Alan Taylor of Boston.com has selected 25 days worth of stunning Hubble photographs; watch him reveal the last few here.
A less violent, more vertically oriented version of Bionic Commando, Frost Bite 2 uses a grappling hook that lets you catapult your way up walls and cliffs; it also doubles as a weapon.
Measuring a scant 6.7 inches, Brando’s Super Tiny keyboard isn’t recommended for fat fingers; thankfully, its scissor-switch style keys are backlit, making them easy to see (if not press).
The result of a collaboration between theory11 and WA007, these Propaganda playing cards not only fan and snap well but feature fresh, military-style artwork ala Shepard Fairey.
Skate 2′s intro movie is a who’s who of pro skateboarders, with everyone from Rob Dyrdek and Big Black to Jerry Hsu; it’s pretty well directed, even with the quirky prison setting.
The Dyson Airblade is a ridiculously powerful hand dryer that has man cave written all over it: it blasts 400mpb of HEPA filtered air for 10 seconds, which is enough to ripple your skin.
iLuv’s 2.1 channel i9500 Audio System is a followup to their popular i9200, albeit with twice the power at 45W RMS; this vertical system will dock your iPod or iPhone and hold up to 4 CDs.
V&A Steamworks’ Steampunk Lego Robots are detailed yet actually work, with motorized claws and gun mounts; also checkout their Batmobile-esque Steam Carriage.
Loaded with more pockets than we can count, owners of Incase’s Nylon Backpack rave about how well thought out it is; it’s also generously padded at the shoulders and back.
With a spaghetti western setup followed by trippy euro beats, Anders Backman’s video of the Gotland Ring in Sweden is pure automotive sex; Lambos and Porsches never looked so good.
Add inches to your leap and shave seconds of the dash with STS’ Strength Shoes; their frontal platforms plyometrically work the calves by putting 100% of your weight on them.
As much as we love our iPods and MacBooks, this Mactini commercial had us in stitches; it’s a skit from the BBC’s Peter Serafinowicz Show and part of his Christmas special.
Fujitsu’s Stylistic ST6012 is a feature-packed tablet; it includes a low-voltage Intel CPU, indoor/outdoor 12.1″ TFT screen, up to 4GB RAM, camera, draft-N wireless and 64GB SSD.
The University of Hertfordshire must be cloning brilliant digital artists, because Veni Vidi Vici not only has the looks but the humor meets heartwarming plot of a Pixar short.
This Ninja Party tee explains why our last shinobi get together was a bust, as none of our guests showed up (at least, as far as we can tell). Then again, all our alky disappeared, too…
Wild and vulgar in all the right ways, the Danish-designed Zenvo ST1 is an angular beast with the chops to back it up: it’s powered by a turbo- and supercharged 7.0L V8 with 1,104hp.
We’re not sure whether the upcoming G.I. Joe movie will be second grader nirvana or the bomb of the century, but these new posters are at least well produced, with a smokin’ Baroness.
Pentax’s entry-level K2000 is getting a limited edition white body bundled with two lenses (18-55mm, 50-20mm); it’s coming 2/09, which means no dreaming of a white Christmas.
Available in black or grey, 3sixteen’s Field Jacket is a contradiction of sorts; its snap button pockets and military styling give it a hard edge, but its fleece gives it a soft touch.
Like GTA IV sans any pretenses of doing good, we hope Mafia II will be half as fun as the premier trailer above; it’s a nice 50s pastiche of car chases, gunfights and Little Richard.
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