VAEL’s Rucksack combines a distinctive cylindrical silhouette with premium materials for some serious hauling capacity; it sports a tweed style body with padded straps and copper hardware.
You’ll need to keep it away from rogue buttons and zippers, but this Guitar Hanger is a great idea for musicians living in tight spaces; it takes all of five seconds to hang your axe.
Sure, Jaquet Droz’s Time Writing Machine could be replaced with a $5 watch, but you’d give up bragging rights to owning a $340k machine with 1,200 pieces that prints the time. Slowly.
Few things are as reviled in the workplace as meetings; Five Minutes To Kill Yourself tasks you with impaling, flambe-ing and maiming yourself so you can skip that next boring meeting.
Give up on love and go solo in style with this bloody Broken Heart t-shirt; sure, your heart has a Band-Aid on it, but that just shows you’re single and ready to mingle — if a bit bitter.
HP’s Pavilion dv3t is now available: it features a 13.3″ 16:9 HD (1280×800) screen, HDMI out, Altec Lansing speakers, up to 8GB RAM and a 512MB NVIDIA GeForce G 105M.
Leave the plastic flip-flops at home: Mark Nason’s Iommi Thong and Wilde Slide sandals are made of Italian leather and feature goldtone hardware, topstitching and grommets.
This music video for British experimental band Oi Va Voi’s “Everytime” is actually made with a paper shredder; every third frame was printed, shredded and blended with adjacent frames.
Apparently, the 22nd century is not only free of money and war but forks and spoons; this limited edition Star Trek Titanium Spork is engraved with NCC-1701 and individually numbered.
It’s just begging to get vacuumed up or otherwise misplaced, but EagleTec’s USB Nano Flash Drive is pretty sweet: this tiny drive packs plenty of storage, with 4GB and 8GB versions.
Most cubicle drones have a few covert napping trips, but iNap@Work really ups the ante with a retinue of common office sounds including keyboard taps and paper rustling.
It may be without words (spoken or written), but animator Mike Winklemann’s Subprime short film is a rather poignant statement on the excesses of the American housing market.
Pilotfish’s Ondo is a concept music editing phone: its spine can be twisted to edit music while three detachable OLED sticks not only form the main display but can act as standalone mics.
Openers has a drool-inducing gallery of photos for Adidas’ Premium Style Spring/Summer 2009 line; it’s equipped with comfort- and climate-enhancing ForMotion and Climacool tech.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen stereographic pictures, but this collection of photos by Flickr user heiwa4126 looks particularly sweet thanks to the location (Tokyo) and HDR editing.
Art director Adam Miller gives us the lowdown on the steampunk style of Damnation; it’s definitely more hard-edged, more mechanical and less ornate than your typical Victorian fare.
Dell’s updated Studio 15 laptop is available and all about the options: choose from a 720p, 900p or 1080p 15.6″ LED display, up to a 512MB Radeon HD4570 and optional BDRW drive.
If you thought yesterday’s 3D camcorder was cool, Silicon Imaging’s 3D Rig is portable enough to be strapped to a cameraman’s head, shown above in use for Human Flight 3D.
Moncler’s Spring/Summer 2009 Jacket is a funky hybrid sweatshirt and military-style jacket; it’s made with lightweight grey heather cotton, making it appropriate for warmer months.
iPhone and iPod Touch gamers are in for a treat this May: Star Defense is a 3D Tower Defense-style game situated on one of 7 planets, with 15 weapon types and a survival mode.
Sharp’s Mebius PC-NJ70A 10.1″ metbook is the first to walk the talk with a 4″ LCD touchscreen trackpad; it features 854×480 happy pixels that’ll accept both fingers and styluses.
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