We’re really digging Shin Tanaka’s super-fly papercraft models. From multiple versions of T-Boy to shoes, mecha and other vinyls, Sensei Tanaka’s origami-fu is most awesome.
Adobe Creative Suite 4 has launched, and will finally utilize your video card’s GPU. It will also include Flash SWF support, a cleaner, common interface and 64-bit for Windows users.
The 2010 Audi S4 debuts in Paris next week, and boy is it drool-worthy, with a supercharged 3.0L V6 spec’d at 333 hp and 325 lb.-ft. of torque; expect it in the US in Fall ’09.
Das Monk’s ultra-chill, retro-riffic AOK t-shirt reminds us that everything is okay, especially when you have a gigantic multicolored hand made of stripes. Available in charcoal or white.
Jacob Charles Dietz’s dystopic artwork is a pastiche of dreary skies and soggy, neon-lit streets. It’s a bit of Blade Runner mixed in with real-world Seattle, where he spent much of his life.
Little Big Planet’s release date is set for 10/21, and SCEA will be giving away free Limited Edition Spacesuits for the first week; until then, check out this Sackboy documentary!
Rooz Mousavi’s rugged Samsonite OBAG concept reminds us of mini-Segway, with two storage areas on either side. It’s not too efficient, but at least it’ll be easy to spot at baggage claim.
Sony’s Vaio TT is the world’s lightest Blu-ray laptop. Less than 1″ thick and only 2.87 lbs, this svelte 11″ notebook gets a carbon fiber chassis, 16:9 HD 1080p and dual channel SSD drives + RAID.
Ebel’s 1911 BTR Watch is a classy mechanical chronograph with a hand-sewn leather strap. We like the second, hour and day counters, which sport intricate guilloche patterns.
T-Mobile’s G1 phone is the first with Google’s Android OS. It has single sign-on for Gmail, YouTube and more, Amazon’s DRM-free MP3s, and HSDPA + EDGE; the U.S. gets it on 10/22.
Apple’s iMac “puck” mouse never did it for us, but Grands of Dalvey’s opulent Bureau Mouse might do the trick with a chrome finish, 800 dpi resolution and fine leather mousepad.
Need a home for your ridiculously expensive watch? Stockinger’s Continental and Arnage watch safes are the perfect place to store them, with built-in alarms and GPS trackers.
Fracture’s deformable terrain makes us wonder if it’s a one trick pony, but this gameplay demo shows off some of the coolest weapons we’ve seen since Half Life 2′s Gravity Gun.
New to Wings + Horns for Fall ’08, these low-top and high-top sneakers are definitely not cheap; they’re made in Italy with a sharp, yet sensible style that screams quality.
These EyeClops Night Vision Goggles are a relatively low-cost pair that look like something out of The Matrix; caveats: you’re viewing through one eye with a narrow field of vision.
Co-developed with MIT, Dainese’s highly mobile W-Frame racing suit features advanced ventilation tech, including a 3D bubble liner as well as intake and exhaust ducts.
This is a free flash port of Lock’s Quest; defend your base against increasingly difficult waves of Clockwork baddies, all the while upgrading and repairing to stay alive. Thanks, Blake!
The Room is a short film by Vancouver Film School student Christian Smith; it reminds us of Avatar: The Last Airbender with a bit of Portal thrown in. What a cool game this would make!
Griffin’s AirCurve is essentially a transparent display stand with a coiled waveguide within that acts as an amplifier: in short, this polycarbonate speaker doesn’t need power to operate.
At 37 megapixels, the Leica S2 is the M8.2′s, bigger, more powerful brother. It’s targeted towards medium format photographers, and offers the versatility and speed of a DSLR camera.
Tokyo Twilight Zone is a fantastic collection of photos of the Tokyo cityscape by Sato Shintaro. His shots are all taken of apartment back alleys during 15 precious minutes of twilight.
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