Sopranos writer Terence Winter and Martin Scorsese take on prohibition-era Atlantic City in HBO’s latest drama. Steve Buscemi and Michael Pitt star. Premieres Sept. 2010.
The Centennial Alfa Romeo Art Collection is a cool journey into the company’s 100 year history, freely interpreted through 100 works by 100 artists, offered in limited editions of 100. (Thanks Ron!)
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
We don’t know why he built a car inside of a bush, but Justin Shull’s Terrestrial Shrub Rover makes us think of Monty Python. Perhaps it’s a good way to meet those Knights’ shrubbery demands. Ni!
Japan’s Shimizu Corporation recently unveiled plans for a self sufficient floating ecotopia covered in vegetation that generates its own power, grows food, manages waste and provides clean water.
Disappointed with the scarcity of quirky, yet affordable timepieces, Agni Tilla founded May28th. If her one-of-a-kind Architect watches are anything to go by, we’d say she’s on the right track.
Japanese architect Takuya Tsuchida was charged to build a home with a central atrium with potted tree, a 9 car garage for the ownerâ€™s auto collection and a view of the cars from the living room.
Audio-Technica’s ATH-CKS90NC noise-canceling earphones can block out up to -22dB of noise. The noise canceling function runs on a single AAA battery for up to 50 hours of sweet aural nirvana.
The waterproof and windproof Arc Teryx Veilance Field Jacket features a microseam allowance to reduce weight, watertight zippers, articulated elbows and lots of pockets to keep your stuff dry.
We don’t get the whole little kids on the playground thing in this video, but we’re completely wild about the rockin’ sounds of The Black Keys, one of our favorite indie bands at this very moment.
The Kisai Changing Lanes watch tells time using an LED display which uses lanes of “traffic” to indicate hours, minutes and three minute intervals. We got stuck in the left lane behind an old guy in a Buick.
Warning. If blood and guts gross you out, do not watch this clip. If you’re like the rest of us, crank it up and get ready to watch 2 minutes of the most over-the-top Japanese splatterfest you’ll ever see.
The Hellfire flat tracker conversion for the Triumph Street Triple 675 from Germany’s Motorcorner includes new thermoformed plastic body parts, 17â€ wheels and a BOS Performance exhaust system.
Clearly not the most practical of personal transportation vehicles, this crazy-looking bike gets its front wheel from a monster truck tire. Other than that, it’s completely normal, right?
We’re not sure which version of GTA this is, but it may as well be called GTA: Insane Bike Stunts for all we care. Watch out for the bridge-to-motorboat jump. Turn down the volume – the music sucks.
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