In this commercial for Logitech Revue and Google TV, Kevin Bacon plays Ivan Cobenk (get it?), who is a devoted fan of… Kevin Bacon. He even does a passable impression of his idol.
8-bit fanatic DoctorOctoroc is back on his game with 30 chiptune tracks based on classic TV shows, cartoons and commercials. Ok, Adventures of The Gummi Bears is not a classic.
No, we aren’t tired of projection mapping yet, or TRON for that matter: check out the full projection mapping light show spectacle for TRON: Legacy on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.
Invite all your friends over to see your new, beautiful tool: the handforged classic boy scout axe, made by Sweden’s premier axe making firm and using American Hickory for its 15″ handle.
Imagine, if you will, that Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner were a couple of human beings instead of cartoon characters. Thanks to this short, you don’t need to imagine. That’s all Folks!
We’re intrigued by the small bit we’ve seen in this vid for the new V.I.O. point of view HD camera; the shockproof little machine shoots in 1080p at 50 fps, has 4 recording methods and a modular mount.
Designed with practicality and ease of use in mind, its tiny ceramic blade makes short work of paper and plastic, even those pesky clam shell packages. Has a built-in magnet and key ring hole.
Adrian Johnson saw a wrecked BMW coupe and was surprised to see that the back seats were in good condition. Now he reuses them by installing the seats in used refrigerator bodies.
Fred & Farid made these commercials for citrus drink Orangina. We’re pretty sure they were made with the YouTube generation in mind, because it features talking animals and makes no sense at all.
Amazing how a tiny piece of plastic can extend the usefulness of a device. Made for the iPhone 4, the Glif serves as a tripod mount but can also be used to prop up the phone in several positions.
Give the gift of awareness this holiday with the Belkin Conserve Insight. Plug in any device and you’ll be able to see how much electricity, carbon dioxide and dollars it drains monthly or yearly.
It is what it says it is, a blog dedicated to posting pictures of Kim Jong-Il looking at random objects. We already got a good chuckle the moment we found out that this blog exists.
The Beats by Dr. Dre brand is no longer just for personal audio. The new Beatbox iPod/iPhone speakers will let a whole room of people enjoy high quality sound, even with the volume maxed out.
Clean up your act with element number 92, Uranium. This periodic table-inspired soap bar not only teaches you a science lesson, but it emits a “radioactive” glow when the lights go down.
Awesome Gifts from the Awesomer Shop