With Raven’s time-bending console FPS getting set for a June release, it looks like the time-as-a-weapon gameplay is really starting to shape up. Think Timesplitters meets Bioshock.
The Onion picks on Gwyneth Paltrow, reporting that people now want to see Iron Man 2 even more to watch for a scene where Paltrow supposedly gets punched in the face.
Looks like the latest in fashion accessories has made its way to our city streets – iPad pendants. The only thing better would if this guy were running a clock app instead of a music video on the display.
Normally we wouldn’t consider studding up a pair of kicks, but the truly attention-grabbing Honja high and low top Studs Pack from Yohji Yamamotoâ€™s Y-3 are making us rethink that idea. Out later this year.
These handmade wooden external hard drives are crafted from repurposed materials by 2 furniture makers in Seattle. Each one comes with 500GB of storage and a USB 2.0 connection.
Chicago designer Jenny Beorkrem has added some anatomy to her typographically cool screenprinted city map poster collection. Check out this brain poster – do we really use all those parts in there?
The Shooting Break from Mercedes has a sloping tail end, dynamic full LED headlamps and 306 bhp direct injection V6 engine. The 5 function Intelligent Light System provides new levels of night safety.
What better way to share your tunes with a friend but with a tiny robot? You have to decapitate him and poke plugs into his eyes to make him work, but that’s a small price to pay for sharing, no?
9five Eyewear’s Spring and Summer 2010 unisex collection includes four styles with handmade premium acetate frames and high quality CR-39 lenses. Available in multiple colors in May.
James Bennett’s paperback From My Cold Dead Paws: Cats and the Guns They Love pairs cute little kitty cats with human-killing weaponry. Is it a match made in heaven or hell?
Robert Duvall plays a mysterious man who decides to throw himself a funeral party – while he’s still alive. Lots of Sundance buzz for performances from Duvall, Sissy Spacek and Bill Murray.
In 1968, Russian scientists made a mathematic model of a walking cat on a BESM-4 computer. It â€œrenderedâ€ the resulting animation to a printer and was then photographed by motion picture camera.
After dropping NBA star Gilbert Arenas for endorsement, Adidas decided not to scrap the namesake Gil Zero shoe altogether, and instead redesigned it as the Elemental Formotion 3.