While it may not be enough for the end of the world, this Ultimate Survivor in a Bottle is versatile in a pinch, with a blanket, poncho, rope, compass, multi-tool, first aid kit and more.
Take your gaming on the road with this converted Suzuki SX4, whose dash has been modified to accommodate two Xbox 360s; the integrated controlled on the wheel is sick!
If your liver hasn’t already been wiped out this holiday season, New Year’s is around the corner; My Liver Hates Me lets you drink in 2009 in style. Code: AWESOMER for 15% off.
Get medieval on your coworkers with this Desktop Onager, which hurls erasers and thumbdrives 10-20 feet. It ships as a DIY kit which means ample modding opportunities.
If Santa’s Rocket Sleigh wasn’t enough, this Super Sled by Ky Michaelson (known as The Rocketman) is a Radio Flyer with aluminum rails and an actual rocket strapped to the back.
Philips’ Xenium X620 seems to be Asia only, but we dig this candybar phone’s sleek, monoblock design; along with music and video playback, it can run an amazing 50 days on standby.
You may remember Shane Acker’s post apocalyptic 9 short; above is the Tim Burton-produced trailer that adds voiceovers yet remains faithful to the original’s style.
Proof that a game doesn’t need fancy graphics to be fun, Frantic is a scrolling space shooter that looks nearly hand-drawn yet is a blast to play; the retro soundtrack also rocks.
Economic troubles aside, the second-gen 2010 Chevy Equinox is looking pretty good; Sitting on the Theta platform, choose between a 21/30 mpg Ecotec 4-cylinder or a 3.0L V6.
With a maze-like, kinetic design that blows any bookshelf we’ve ever had out of the water, Charles Kalpikian’s Graffititek is a creative take on urban graffiti and streetlamps.
The hinged watch face on Eterna’s KonTiki Diver watch isn’t just a gimmick; it allows divers to set the diving time and then lock it into the strap to avoid unintentional rotation.
Move over, Justice League and X-Men: these scientist action figures by Oddfellows are the real deal, with posed 2.5″ vinyl versions of Einstein, Tesla, Newton, Darwin and Curie.
We like Geox’s City Sport shoes for their blend of dress and athletic styling, especially with the sleek tonal stitching; it also features microholes in the sole for breathability.
Mannerspielplatz is a German theme park that literally translates to “men’s playground,” with everything from Hummers and ATVs to earthmovers and helicopters.
Even Santa has a posse, as evidenced by this new Motorola bluetooth headset ad that takes the recent SantaCon street gatherings and co-opts them with good ol’ capitalism.
Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas? True Jedi Masters won’t settle for anything less than this life-sized R2-D2, complete with retaining bolt, lights and sounds. Limited to 250.
Yanko Design is easily our favorite concept blog so their massive Best of Yanko Design 2008 post has us jumping for joy, even if their features are far prettier than they are useful.
With an enormous snout only a mother could love, the first Donkervoort D8 GT is road-ready; made with Kevlar and carbon fiber, it weights just 1,400 pounds with an Audi 1.8 Turbo.
You haven’t geeked out Christmas until you’ve decked the halls with starship models like this tree by JD Hancock; it’s primarily for Trekkies, thought we do spy an X-Wing.
When trend guru William Yan speaks we tend to take notice; these DITA Statesman frames mix horn-rimmed acetate goodness with hex rivets and diamond pattern titanium.
This fan-made Thundercats trailer is surprisingly good; it’s amazing what some snazzy editing (check out that virtual grey face paint on Hollywood actors) and dubbed lines can do.
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