We’re agog over these latest Star Trek Online screenshots, albeit briefly. It’ll be awhile before the MMORPG finishes, so for now we’ll busy ourselves scrubbing plasma conduits.
Japan’s Ritmo Sereno takes existing BMW R100 and R80 motorcycles and turns them into custom works of retro beauty; customers can choose from either in-house or sourced parts.
If yesterday’s On Switch tee was too simple, this Push My Buttons t-shirt takes the opposite tack; designed by a 99 year old artist(!), it’s filled with sliders, knobs and switches.
Despite its retro, avant-garde stylings, PURE’s Avanti Flow Radio is all modern: features include an OLED screen, Class D amplifiers and internet radio streaming via Wi-Fi.
Drinkhacker has nothing but praise for Oronoco Rum; made in Brazil, this white rum goes down smooth with a vanilla nose. The palate borders on creme brulee with cinnamon notes.
Max Schaaf takes these classic Vans Mt. Edition hightops and gives them a warm Syndicate welcome with premium materials, including thick leather, worker canvas and fireproof suede.
Oxeye’s Harvest is easily one of the best indie games we’ve played; essentially a gorgeous version of tower defense sans walls, it was recently submitted to the 11th Annual IGF.
Packed with pockets and ribbed knit details, Addict’s Herringbone C-Law jacket is an unconventional blend of old with new. We particularly dig the two-way Riri zip chest pocket.
The Simpsons’ penchant for cultural relevance shines as bright as an Apple store in yesterday’s Mypods and Boomsticks episode; it’s brimming with “Mapple” and “Steve Mobs” in-jokes.
We think Nooka’s new line of urban-inspired Zen-H watches look best in its original jungle grey camo colorway; it sports a stainless steel case, butterfly PU band and EL backlight.
Made for Disney’s Experiment 626 Tour, we’re digging everything about this Ultra Iron Stitch by Ultraman from the rivets down to the tribal patterns; it’s on display at DNM in Hong Kong.
Forget Russian Roulette: Rehhab’s Fully Loaded Chair is made with 388 spent 12-gauge shotgun shells on a welded steel frame; buyers can choose from one of six shell types.
Just in time for Half-Life’s 10th anniversary, this trailer for Black Mesa shows off both the devotion and the incredible quality of work coming out of this fan-made Half Life 2 mod.
There’s nothing quite like Denis Leary’s legendary rants, so we’re looking forward to Why We Suck: his new book explores why we’re fatter, dumber and lazier than ever. Thanks, Thomas!
We like William Volcoff’s MP3 headphone concept; it’s a tasteful blend of minimalist and utilitarian design, with 10GB of flash storage and just the bare minimum of features.
Binary Bonsai’s Michael Heilemann has uploaded a tibanna mine of 500 behind the scenes Star Wars photos; they include on-set shots, matte paintings, starship models and costumes.
Fresh from the “Hell yeah!” department, Slovak artist Marek Denko’s jet engine powered Mad Max Buggy is actually a 3ds Max rendering that he made for his 10 month old son.
With two flexible OLED screens that extend and retract, Dell’s XPS Baton is a dream laptop using near-future technology; an electric current makes the screens go rigid when in use.
Playing now at select LA and NYC theaters, Special is a dark, yet funny indie flick about a doped-up comic book fan (played by Michael Rapaport) who believes he has superpowers.
Our Japanese counterparts always seem to get the best collector’s editions, and this one for Resident Evil 5 is no different; it comes with a USB drive disguised as a T-virus vial.
It’s no secret the folks at the International Space Station have the best scenic views on (and off) the planet; check out this spectacular aurora borealis footage shot by Donald R. Pettit.
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