Even dinosaurs aren’t immune to historical revisionism: our terrible lizard pals turn into terrific lizards with this Save Yourself t-shirt, which tells tall tails of their selfless heroism.
Save your shipping boxes: Sjors Vervoort’s Cardboard is a stop motion/CG film making use of over 800 cutouts, with animations composited into the film frame by frame; film stills here.
Winston Classic Creation’s 12″ Space Adam mixes Flash Gordon with Planet of the Apes; the attention to detail here is bananas, with a detailed space suit and 20 points of articulation.
Both analog and digital, Chopard’s Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Time Attack MF sports a racing wheel-inspired steel crown, a bezel tachometer and COSC certified movement.
Kudos to VFS students Marcos Ceravolo and Ryan Uhrich for tackling an emotionally charged topic with wit and irony: Duelity puts creationism and evolution in each other’s shoes.
Created to honor the first SEAL killed in the Iraq war, Benchmade’s Marc Lee Glory Knife features a Re-curve blade and grooved handle; a portion of proceeds goes here. Thanks, Max!
This Future Past, Part 1 trailer for Star Trek Online is space opera at its finest, revealing the events after Nemesis; the Klingons go to war on three fronts, and we get a front-row seat.
Swiss watchmakers and black belt holders and team up for the Black Belt Watch: it features Kanji characters, a kimono dial and Shinai sword hands; proceeds support Little Dreams.
The red eye on MIT’s Micro Air Vehicle screams Matrix or Terminator, but this is the future: it can operate autonomously thanks to quad rotors, a laser scanner and stereo cameras.
Andy Awesome’s art is exactly that: technically consistent (it’s all about circles) and relevant to geeks (Star Wars, Simpsons), it’s also freely available as iPhone and desktop wallpapers.
We enjoyed the Arena Battle clip, but this Astro Boy vs. Peacekeeper video gives us exactly what we want: a giant robot on not-so-giant robot, city-leveling slugfest (with butt guns).
Supra goes animal friendly for their Holiday ’09 line with the Vegan Pack: the Dixon, Thunder Lo, Thunder and Diablo 1.5 all sport 100% canvas uppers with gum, black or white soles.
The Alien side in Sega’s Aliens vs. Predator (due out Spring 2010) gets some face-hugging time with this Alien reveal trailer; Predators and Marines = green eggs and ham.
Badass is written by Ben Thompson, who has been blogging one badass every week since 2004 on his website; the 352 page book features the 40 baddest badasses ever. Thanks, FF!
Tumi’s Vapor line of luggage is both lightweight and durable: each boasts a triple-layered polycarbonate case, protective bumpers, and a graphic exterior that reduces surface marks.
Set to a catchy tune by Cage The Elephant, this TV spot for Borderlands may be light on content but encapsulates everything we love about the game; it’s also mercifully Claptrap free.
A bit of Bioshock mixed in with good old fashioned ghoulery, Enclothe’s latest t-shirt, Deep Sleeper, will have you dreaming nightmares while you plumb the dark depths of your soul.
Work is like an endless hamster wheel ride, but TrekDesk at least keeps the pounds off: for an adjustable height desk (sans treadmill) with a 72″x34″ desktop, it’s relatively affordable.
They may seem “holy” inappropriate, but these Christmas Grenade decorations will not only make your tree a blast but go towards Ctrl.Alt.Shift’s fight against global conflict.
While we only caught a glimpse of it in the debut trailer, this developer’s walkthrough gives us an in-depth look on Lego Indiana Jones 2’s editor; the consensus: like LBP, but in 3D.
While Akira Kurosawa’s later works are an acquired taste, there’s no denying how badass Rashomon and Seven Samurai were; AK 100 collects all 25 films of his career on 25 DVDs.
Linde Werdelin’s successful skeletonized Spidolite is back, this time in swank all-black titanium DLC and rose gold cases with sapphire crystal case-backs; both are limited to 88 watches.
The Japanese own the giant lizard scene now, but their love affair with monsters goes way back: these Folk Monster Anatomy posters explore their grisly (and somewhat tasty) innards.
Play games at work without getting caught with Can’t You See I’m Busy; games such as Arkanoid and Lunar Lander will have you Excel-erating spaceships and editing the hell out of Word.
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