Mark Shepard’s Sentient City Survival Kit is a set of concept gadgets designed to add elements of humanity, privacy and humor to the increasingly intrusive and digital life in urban areas.
In Almost Every Picture #7 features Ria van Dijk, a Dutch woman whose life is chronicled by a timed camera at a local shooting gallery, starting in 1936 – when she was just 16 – until the present.
A dead simple home network and storage solution, the My Book Live has a built-in media server and backup software. Stream to any network-connected Mac or PC, DLNA device and even iOS devices.
While we’re not big Linkin Park fans, this music video directed by DJ Joe Hahn is definitely worth a watch. Created using laser scanning techniques, the video’s a real stunner. The song… meh.
If you missed NimrÃ³d Antal’s thrilling Predator reboot when it hit theaters earlier this year, now’s your chance to see it. The disc offers tons of bonus footage, plus a digital copy for your computer.
Spotted in Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market, this guy really knows how to make a pot of tea. Not only are we perplexed by the fluid-dynamics, we’re convinced he’s on rollerskates. (Thanks, Ugo!)
If you’re looking forward to all the action of the upcoming MvC3, then let us show you the latest challenger to enter the gaming arena: the diminutive Arthur – and his mighty sword. Huzzah!
The stealthy Red Depth is a pimped out Rolex Submariner 16610LV. Custom touches include Black DLC coating, black lume dot, double red dial text overprinting and enameled case engraving.
Karen O’Leary’s “map cuts” are a sight to behold; each highly detailed piece was hand drawn and hand cut. We’re more amazed by the process of making these maps than the maps themselves.
The Strokes have always been on our Pandora playlist, but this is one time where we’re thinking the cover version could be better than the original. Reptilia on banjo, mandolin and violin. Brilliant.
Yves Behar was inspired by the Golden Gate Bridge when he came up with the SAYL. The frameless back and Y-Tower give ergonomic support while adapting to the user’s shape and movements.
You’ve gotta hand it to the Japanese. They sure know how to make exploitation flicks. If you have a weak stomach, turn away. Otherwise, please enjoy the most ridiculous movie trailer you’ll see today.
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