Giha Woo’s Front & Back concept makes batteries even more crucial in making a clock work by using them as the hour and minute hands as well. Any more minimalistic and we’ll have a sundial.
Rule number two in any race: even when the odds are against you, don’t ever give up. Why? Because of Rule number one: the competition isn’t over until someone crosses the finish line.
Frontgate’s party in a trolley has an infrared grill, a 50qt. ice chest with built-in drain, a chrome-tower draft system for drinks, and a 210-watt AM/FM/CD satellite-ready stereo with speakers.
Moxy Creative’s prints feature just the clothes and accessories associated with films. We love the Top Gun poster, but we’re disappointed that Marty McFly’s vest and kicks isn’t on the list.
We’re impressed with Dan Blank’s music video for the vintage dance troupe, The Satin Dollz, which was produced for less than $2000 and filmed on a Canon 7D DSLR. And with the ladies.
We like the smooth looks of the rugged limited edition Scout work boot from Viberg, which features heavyweight hemp, oiled/roughed up leather and PU sole. (Thanks Kevin!)
Despite the fact that Maru the cat is a bit on the chunky side, he’s not going to let that stand in the way of fitting his fat cat ass in whatever cardboard box you put in front of him.
Dyson Award winner Samuel Adeloju’s Longreach Buoyancy Deployment System is an expanding foam device that quickly reaches drowning victims, helping them stay afloat so rescue can respond.
Wenger’s Swiss Army Knife Giant Elite 16999 is recognized as the world’s most multifunctional penknife, with 87 implements and 141 different functions. Yeah, but does it fit in your pocket?
The scalloped hood on the scowling 2011 Dodge Charger is an ode to the ’60’s models; today’s options include a 3.6L Pentastar V-6 or 5.7L Hemi V-8, blind-spot monitoring and rearview camera.
A breathtaking short film featuring gorgeous footage of the sea, juxtaposed against photographer and bodyboarder Mickey Smith’s impassioned narration about his craft and ambition.
Meet Ciggy. He’s sad because he’s a carcinogen! McBitterson’s has more unlucky or morbid stuffed toys. Their strategy seems to be to make toys so sad you’ll want to buy and take care of them.
Danny Boyle’s latest gets a longer look in this second trailer. The true story of climber Aron Ralston (James Franco) and his incredible survival after after a boulder falls on his arm and traps him.
Designed for people on the move, with an adjustable ear hook and a flexible arm to ensure a firm grip. Powerbeats also have a built-in mic so you can use them to answer calls or in video chats.
You don’t have to be an art critic to figure out Paul Mutant’s “This painting is not available in your country” (2010, acrylic on canvas). Maybe he should add “there’s always torrents though”.
Do you think there’s a small-time crook in your midst? Kipkay has a bunch of simple but effective traps that will help you confirm if someone’s been touching or stealing your belongings.
Ready to get your drink on? Next time you’re ready do do shots, show up wearing this bandolier, which conveniently holds 36 individual one-ounce shot glasses, complete with locking caps.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson takes on all comers in this bloody, violent trailer for this upcoming thriller. After his brother’s death, he’s got a score to settle, and he’s cooking up a big bowl of revenge.
Go Speed Racer, go! with Gotham Garage’s scale replica of the Mach 5, built on a classic Corvette C-4 chassis, and even offers rotating, retractable sawblades and push-button chrome steering wheel.
From the creators of PONG: The Movie, the classic arcade puzzler is back for a big blockbuster film, and this time the blocks mean business. Sure, it’s all in French, but we think you get the point.
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