Created in Zbrush and finished in Photoshop, Deni Dessatra’s Technographic t-shirt is definitely double-take material; it’s an organo-metallic mix of crows, body parts and beehives.
Much more gameplay in this latest trailer for Section 8, which is starting to look a bit like Halo but with jumping and big armored suits; still, we’ll reserve judgment until it ships 8/25.
Limited to 3,000 pieces, Suunto’s Core Extreme is a premium version of their flagship multifunction watch; it includes an altimeter, barometer, compass and chrono in a black case.
Jason Battersby’s Project Nomad is an ATV with legs; assuming it’s a workable concept, it’d be more versatile over uneven terrain than wheeled rigs, making it a true all-terrain vehicle.
Ridley Scott’s epic Gladiator finally goes Blu-ray 9/1/09; you’ll get a two-disc set with the original theatrical and extended versions in 1080p HD and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
If New Age mysticism ever replaced medical science in the emergency room, it’d be a lot like Homoepathic A&E, a goofy skit by UK comedy show That Mitchell and Webb Look.
The details are sick on these cold cast bronze Gears of War statues of Marcus, Boomer and Don; 10″-12″ tall and up to 11 lbs, they’re limited to 100 each and an SDCC ’09 exclusive.
Ben Heck’s fifth Xbox 360 Portable is lookin’ good: it adds an ethernet port, flush DVD and side panels, volume buttons and more air holes; it’s totally built from scratch. Thanks, Icebone!
If you’re American you’re probably gorging yourself into a stupor this 4th of July, just like this new Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs trailer; this version is even more epic than the first.
Decked out in red, white and blue, Pagani’s Cinque Roadster apes another American tradition: it’s an open-top Zonda R-based Coupe that keeps the same 0-100 km/h time of 3.4s.
The one thing better than real fireworks is fireworks you can eat: PES’ aptly-named Fireworks is a short but “sweet” stop-motion film with exploding Candy Corn, Sour Balls and Peeps.
We’ve seen lots of great urban vinyl, but Robotox’s VF-1 Skull Leader takes the cake; this hard vinyl Macross ‘bot actually transforms between Fighter, Gerwalk and Battroid modes.
Celebrate America’s Independence Day in style with a good ol’ fashioned iPhone 3GS jailbreak: Crunchgear’s John Biggs proves it above; be sure to check out BigBoss’ cautions here.
Mega 64′s Oregon Trail revisits the travels of pioneers past, but it’s not all buffalo-huntin’ fun: it includes death by measles, flatulent dysentery bouts and a truly epic fording of a river.
Proof that even graphic designers have bling, Plastique sells plastic jewelry with font faces, color spaces and photoshop tools; think acrylic RGB necklaces and kerning rings.
Insanely complex but utterly inspirational as well, Japanese band Sour creates an amazing webcam-based music video for “Hibi no Neiro” using their fans from around the world.
Big busts no longer are the exclusive province of women with the Ript Fusion, a body-sculpting undershirt (think men’s bra) that slims down those love handles and sucks in the belly.
Trailer #2 for Planet 51 isn’t earth-shattering, but improves on the first trailer by squeezing in more character exposition, examples of 50s-style Americana and cutesy robot sequences.
If you happen to own a Mustang GT, Steeda’s 2010 Sport Edition provides handling tweaks with sport springs, billet lower control arms, underdrive pulleys and Nitto NT05 tires.
With both games now out, Game Trailers pits Prototype vs inFAMOUS; it’s a wordless comparison of powers, enemies, story and more, letting you choose based on looks alone.
It’s really about the simple pleasures in life, like this Shaggin’ Wagon t-shirt; perfect for 4 year-old future Casanovas, SnorgTees.com has this $4 off for the rest of this week only.
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