A 24min. long video that’s not nearly long enough to capture the tricks, the atmosphere and the joys of surfing, featuring Quiksilver’s team of surfers. These guys have one of the best jobs in the world.
A limited-edition art book by DB Burkeman & Monica LoCascio, showcasing approximately 4,000 stickers with themes ranging from music to brands to street art. Includes 23 designer die-cut stickers.
Developed in conjunction with bicycle manufacturer Specialized, the lightweight, aerodynamic S-Works McLaren Venge racer features an abundance of carbon fiber, just like its supercar companion.
Trust us, there’s a cat squirming somewhere in this bundle of white fur. Even their mother joins in on the fun. Fortunately the cat is kind enough not to rip the boisterous bunch to shreds.
Ubisoft wants to revive the music video game genre with their latest game. But unlike Guitar Hero and Rock Band, Rocksmith will actually teach you how to play songs, using a real guitar as controller.
The 2012 C63 Mercedes AMG Coupe boasts the SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission and a 6.3-liter V8 with 451 hp, peak torque of 443 lb/ft, 0-60 in 4.4 sec and top speed of 155 mph.
Australian gymnast Joel Pocklington never travels without his video camera; to our horror and delight he’s crafted a madcap compilation of face plants, belly flops and runaway stunts. (Thanks Stephen!)
With a name like that, it damned well better be an aggressive motorcycle, and Big Dog’s custom bike doesn’t disappoint. We love that fat 280 rear tire, powered by an OHV 1966cc V-Twin engine.
Tony Montana doesn’t look so tough when you take away his assault rifle and swap it with a ukulele, does he? Of course, this uke does fire 1000 rounds-per-minute to bury those cock-a-roaches.
Nobody really wants to fall down a flight of stairs, do they? That’s not the case with professional stunt players like these guys. They actually make it look like fun. Just don’t go trying this yourself.
Here’s some in-game footage of the PC version. Crytek didn’t mention the specs of the PC they used or if they used the highest graphics settings. You’ll only have to wait ’til tomorrow to find out.
See anything out of the ordinary in the picture? Neither did the woman. She sure as hell didn’t expect what happened next. Would the mall janitors have received the same response?
A parody of 127 Hours animated by Rob Yulfo. The illustration’s not that polished, but it’s definitely got the Looney Tunes spirit. Makes us wish there was a “What Would Wile E. Do?” cartoon.
11 Bit Studios turns tower defense on its end with Anomaly Warzone Earth. This time, the enemy has the turrets, and you are the creep, commanding your troops and deploying area of effect support.
Duane Keiser cleverly combines painting and video to make an analog animation of sorts. He makes a painting of a tangerine and then proceeds to modify the painted fruit until it’s, well, peeled.
Ever wonder why they put those concrete barriers around government buildings? We always thought they were just for show, but after watching how they can stop a truck at 50mph, we’re believers.
For those times when you put down the e-Reader and pick up a real book, this softly-glowing glass lamp is the perfect place to rest your book between chapters. Just don’t try to set your Kindle on top.
Designer Andrew Kim’s stand holds an iPad, iPhone, iPod, and even a stylus all in one compact unit. Made from laser-cut plywood, acrylic and birch, we’d love to see it made into a product.
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