Autum’s Minion bike has an overbuilt cantilever steel frame, double spring linkage fork, polycarbonate pedals, extra wide 50mm aluminum rims, and 2.35â€ balloon tires. Limited to 7 units.
The O6HD is hand-built using the best audio components, from its DACs to its anti-vibration feet. It has a built-in 2TB drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB and HDMI ports and a CD-RW drive.
Just looking at this epic tome (pictured with author Paul Levitz), we’re convinced that it chronicles the history of the famous comics publisher and its creations, from 1935 up to the present.
Ever had your golf ball find its way into an unfortunate predicament? We’ve all been there, but now, thanks to the ingenious minds from Bundaberg Rum, we have a fix. (Thanks, Rory!)
If you’d rather not have your bags bulging with extra battery packs, or your gadgets bulked up by cases with built-in batteries, you can take on the burden yourself with this wristband battery pack.
It looks like the mischievous felines are at it again. Can you find the hidden kitten in this video? Watch carefully, but fair warning: you brain may very well explode from all the cuteness.
The guys at Filmdrunk dug under every rock searching for every last Arnold Schwarzenegger scream they could find and stitched it all together into one truly epic, ham-fisted scream.
A reporter tries to approach a woman for an on-camera interview in her home, and when she gets mad about the uninvited guest, she goes all Sith Lord on her ass.
Yes, it’s an ad, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun: check out the reactions of passengers arriving at Heathrow’s International Terminal, who are given a welcome home to remember. (Thanks Seti!)
The Science Cheerleaders are composed of current and former NFL and NBA cheerleaders who are also scientists and engineers. Let this be a (beautiful) lesson to those who subscribe to stereotypes.
Instead of featuring sexy women or landscapes, Alex Griendling’s calendar nerds up, naming time travel-related incidents from video games, TV shows, and movies for each month.
Not much to say about these, except they’re awesome. Oh, and as ThinkGeek says, these bookends are being sold on a pseudo-promotional basis: buy one half, get the other half free.
Eric Grohe specializes in making murals that provide the illusion of depth. It takes Grohe up to a year to finish a project, because he studies exactly how shadows fall on the wall he’s painting over.
Awesome Gifts from the Awesomer Shop