Free up some room in your wallet and rain papery death on coworkers with the Cardapult: this DIY project is made using only business cards/card stock, rubber bands and glue.
Kristofer Hammar’s DIY SNES Cartridge USB Hub is fast and easy; three out of four ports are available, with the last is permanently attached to a flash drive dongle for storage.
Burn Zombie Burn’s weapons trailer is predictably awesome; everyone loves chainsaws and flamethrowers, but we’re most excited by the lawnmower and (we kid you not) dance gun.
Amsterdam’s MiNiBAR‘ is a self-serve, bartender-less concept; guests are provided a key to one of 45 pre-stocked fridges, essentially giving you your own private bar with no wait times.
Perrelet’s Double Rotor Turbine Watch sports twelve titanium blades that rotate like a jet engine, which not only looks smokin’ but provides the automatic movement with energy.
We’re leery of movie tie-ins, but Star Trek: Countdown helps to establish continuity with the last Trek movie (Nemesis); all four comics are combined in this trade paperback edition.
Designed by a former US Marine, the Manticuda was created with versatility in mind; it features a multi-faceted, double-edged blade, multi-hold handle and heavy-duty Kydex sheath.
On display at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, these acrylic paintings by Misha bring together two of geekdom’s most revered franchises: Super Mario Brothers and Star Wars.
It’s not quite Street Fighter IV, but Death Vegas is a sweet flash-based fighting game with comic-book style visuals; play head to head on the same keyboard or with a joystick.
Ideal for flashing your kicks even when you’re not wearing them, this Solebox x Rimowa luggage trolley is made with durable polycarbonate and is limited to 25 pieces.
Fresh from The Lonely Island’s Incredibad album, this uncensored “Like A Boss” music video features comedy it-man Seth Rogen giving the mother of all performance reviews.
Dream of simpler, more pixelated days with this fitted Lil Juggler t-shirt; it’s created by Aussie footballer apparel outfit Gfunk&Batz and sports woven inner & hem labels.
Blade & Soul is an upcoming Korean MMORPG that looks and plays like a manga come to life with acrobatics, bloody fight sequences and ridiculously well-endowed ladies.
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.
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