Two classic labels come together with these Carhartt x Zippo Storm Lighters; they’re available in black, white or or brown and finished with powder coated lacquer and a Carhartt logo.
Produced by Slate Magazine, Flutter is such an effective parody of Twitter we wouldn’t be surprised if it got venture capital; it introduces “nano-blogging,” which uses only 26 characters.
Seen in I Am Legend and Batman Begins, Belstaff’s Colonial line of vintage-style bags are made from heavyweight waxed canvas yet retain little form, making them ideal gear bags.
Created for a 3D design class, this maple and walnut chess board by Dave Picket features actual brass skeleton keys; one set sandblasted while the other sports a liver sulfur patina.
Short of working plasma conduits, this 6×10 Star Trek full wall mural is about as close as most of us will ever get to the Enterprise bridge; warp core and captain’s chair not included.
Hao Hua’s D-roll concept resembles an artist’s tube, except canvas is replaced with a roll-up OLED screen and a slide-out keyboard; the mouse and camera serve as caps to the tube.
And we thought the E71x was slick: Paris student Fabien Nauroy’s Nokia Envelop Cellphone is a trippy concept with a tear-off LCD screen that allows for dual orientations.
We’ve seen plenty of Prototype’s protagonist thus far, but this narrated story trailer introduces us to several other characters as well as their funky “Web of Intrigue” flashback system.
Take 333 of the most important websites and the 111 most influential people and you have Web Trend Map 4; it’s mapped in the style of the Tokyo Metro and is limited to 1,000 pieces.
BMW’s twin terror-utes, the X5 M and the X6 M both pack a 4.4L V8 twin-turbo engine with 555hp and 500 lb-ft torque; both of them will also sprint from 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds.
We had to do a double take on these Left 5 Dead pictures; they’re actual photos with what looks like some HDR editing, done by the folks behind Night Zero (a photo comic book).
Just as its name says, Swiss Military’s 20,000 Feet Diver Watch is the world’s deepest diving mechanical watch; it’s made possible by 10mm thick sapphire crystal and a titanium case.
Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon, Stady is the work of visual music director Ohashi Takashi; it’s a chill mix of acoustic guitar, light drum beats and hypnotically sequenced shapes.
Few things are as important as teaching your little geek about the neverending, epic struggle between pirates vs. ninjas; this mobile by SaltyandSweet consists of laser-cut figures.
Dungeon Master: The Blind Date’s acting is a bit painful to watch, but even more painful is the truth: most of the friends we rolled d20s with are still dateless nerds.
The Wii’s artistic offerings have thus far been limited, but Wii Spray promises to shake things up a bit; it allows you to do virtual graffiti using a spray can with a Wii Remote inside.
A remake of a 2006 opening for Fuel TV, Pollution V2 is a kaiju lover’s dream; it was shot in HD and is a mix of kitschy sci-fi (view the monster costumes here) and fantastic CG effects.
With inverted zippers and a helmet pocket, Tumi’s water and abrasion resistant Beijing Backpack is perfect for motorcyclists; other nifty features: a water bottle holster and top handle.
Fox Fyre has the look of a classic artillery-based lobber down to the retro graphics; gameplay twists include multiple turrets, real-time play, elastic terrain and upgradable weapons.
A modern version of 1920s board track racing bikes, Derringer Cycles are moto-hybrids which can be pedaled like a bicycle but also sport a 49cc 4-stroke Honda engine.
Used to improve vision after macular degeneration, this Implantable Mini Telescope (IMT) is a 4mm long prosthesis that is implanted in one eye; it enlarges images up to 3x.
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