Based on a 1955 design, Levi’s Vintage Sawtooth Shirt is so-named for its uniquely-shaped chest pocket flaps; it’s made with 7oz selvedge rigid denim and mother of pearl buttons.
This Utah Trailblazers trailer for DiRT 2 is so desolate that there’s no music, but what beautiful desolation it is: everything from the dirt to the windshield wiping is gorgeously rendered.
Now available, Nixon’s Volta is their first rechargeable, solar-powered watch; it sports a semi-transparent dial with solar panel below and comes with either a PU or leather band.
Now that most of the Muggle-born have seen the latest Harry Potter installment, it’s time for the epic battle we’re all still waiting for: Harry Potter takes on Voldemort in a war of words.
Limited to 500, Fine Molds’ 1:72 Millenium Falcon is packed with details, including Han, Chewie, Obi-Wan and Luke in the cockpit; it includes an acrylic display with wood base.
It’s hard to believe it all starts with a grain of sand, but today’s ubiquitous computers owe their existence to silicon; Tom’s Hardware and Intel team up to show how a CPU is made.
Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich, eat your heart out: the Science Fiction Super Trailer turns Terminator, Star Wars, Aliens, Star Trek and Transformers into an uber geekfest.
Win a Golden Race, win a GT Golden Bike; available in Zaskar and Marathon flavors, the bicycles are all-go and all-show with monocoque carbon fiber frames and XTR drivetrains.
Even if you don’t speak French, Montreal-based Monogrenade’s Ce Soir is a music video you can’t help but ogle; it’s a stop motion piece that is equal parts beautiful and creepy.
Oakley has been providing custom eyewear for some time, but they’re now offering their Rework Pack, Holeshot watch and Crowbar goggles with choose-it-yourself colors.
Fabien Capello’s Typing the Sound gives new meaning to the word “songwriter;” with the help of Yamaha and the Royal College of Art, he’s turned typewriter into a musical instrument.
Normal Watches’ Social Networking watch is ideal for those who fritter away their free time checking for updates and friend requests; think of it as a watch face for full-time YouTwitFaces.
Demons of the Badlands is a single-player DLC for Red Faction: Guerilla; we’re liking the focus on the Mad Max-ish Marauders, which is a perfect fit for its destroy-it-all gameplay.
Light, portable and designed to be hung from your keychain, Swiss+Tech’s Utili-Key XT is an 8-in-1 stainless steel multi-tool with a wire cutter, screwdrivers, knife blades, and more.
We knew the Mario series was extensive, but we didn’t know just how wide and deep it went until we saw this Mario Family Line; it spans 30 years starting from the early 80s to present day.
Philips’ Xenium X830 is like a marathon runner, with an incredible 1.5 month standby time; it also features a 3″ touchscreen and 5 MP camera, but sacrifices 3G for battery life.
Lance Armstrong may be a great rider, but it doesn’t hurt to befriend an alien with a few levitating tricks up his towel; this Race Advantage tee will have you phoning home in no time.
Shadows of Lylat is a fan-made version of Star Fox that uses the Freespace 2 engine; more space sim than arcade shooter, it’ll include multiplayer, space/ground missions and more.
Designed for the modern caveman, Matthias Kaeding’s ceramic Neolithic Knives will turn you into very old-school chef–minus the loincloths, bad teeth and grunting, of course.
Small as it may be, the iQ doesn’t strike us as a precision font-making tool–but that’s exactly what Toyota has done in the video above; you can download the actual iQ font here.
We’ve seen custom cases, but these custom styluses put the “poke” in Pokemon; made by the 3D printers at Shapeways, choose from Zelda, Mario Bros or your own custom shape.
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