Absolut Vodka’s ads are a cultural institution unto themselves, both in terms of creativity and sheer marketing brilliance; Trend.Land has an excellent collection of three dozen of their best.
Final Fantasy’s next installments are bordering on vaporware, but these two trailers should tide us over a bit: FF XIII’s video is uplifting, but we prefer the grittier feel of FF Versus XIII.
A perfect match for the V Bomber jacket, these Double Goose Adidas pay homage to classic 80s streetwear with tufted black leather and suede panels, metal accents and a gum sole.
Cooler Master’s limited edition Black Label includes one laser-etched Cosmos chassis, a Hyper Z600 cooler and your choice of 700W or 850W PSU; all colored black, of course.
What a devoted (and creative) dad: Lunch Bag Art is the work of a talented father who creates a new lunch bag every day for his kids; send him some Twitter love here. Thanks, Jimmy!
Bicyclists need not be excluded from the ski slopes with Ktrak’s Rear Drive Kit; it’ll bolt onto your existing mountain bike frame, adding a ski up front and a track system behind.
Like Build-A-Bear for geeks, Robot Galaxy lets you build your own ‘bots from a variety of bodies, arms and legs; you can even go online to get new sound effects, eye colors and voices.
Created by Douglas Lassance and Jonathan Vuillemin, Galactic Mail is a beautifully animated short that pits Fedex vs. UPS; it explains why our shipments always get dinged up.
With asymmetric stripes and custom buttons, Tavik’s Burnout Hoodie is casual yet not anonymous; it’s made out of stretchy French terry and includes both kangaroo and arm pockets.
James Mann runs an aerial photography biz; we’re glad in his spare time he does what anyone with a fleet of RC airplanes would do: he bombs the neighborhood with water balloons.
Raymond Weil’s Nabucco Cuore Caldo is the first split-second watch with a power reserve indicator; other luxury touches include 18K pink gold, carbon fiber and sapphire crystal.
Fallout 3′s first downloadable content is on the way, and IGN has a sneak peek courtesy lead producer Jeff Gardiner; it’ll include Operation Anchorage, The Pitt and Broken Steel.
This Von Zipper Anti Toxic t-shirt is the winner of Design by Humans’ Let’s Get Weird contest, and we have to say it’s shmexy with stripes that give it a pseudo half tone effect.
Unlike the first video, this latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum shows actual characters, including The Joker and Batman; however, like the first video it’s still pretty short.
Nobody ever said being good was easy, but Bang & Olufsen also makes it pricey: they’re auctioning the first BeoSound 9000 plus a pair of 8000s, with proceeds going to UNICEF.
We’re a bit iffy about photo frames, but iGala’s Wi-Fi enabled, Linux powered photo frame has just enough to satisfy geek cravings: its 800×600 screen can hook up to Gmail and Flickr.
If you liked Auditorium, chances are you’ll also find Boomshine interesting; you’re only allowed one shot per level to start a musical chain reaction that, when properly timed is very satisfying.
Kenneth Cole hits the three S’s (simple, sleek and sophisticated) with its Better Bag; it’s also quite functional beneath all the style, with 8 storage areas and room for a 14″-15″ laptop.
DC Comics fans should pick up The DC Vault; it’s a 192 page “museum in a book” of memorabilia and collectibles stretching back to the 30s, including early sketches and covers.
We’re not sure if the Ethiopian sheep leather ear pads are enough to justify the $1,799 price tag, but Ultrasone’s Edition 9 definitely appeal to audiophiles who also crave exclusivity.
Marshall Alexander is well known for his papercraft creations; Series 3 of his FoldSkool Heroes is made for old-school gamers, with cutesy Atari, Pong, and Commodore robots.
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