While most graphic apparel is fixated on the chest, Usugrow’s Sword Hoodie comes from behind with a badass skull; our favorite part is the way the swords wrap around to the front.
Forget those wimpy winnebagos: Action Mobil’s Globecruiser literally has MAN stamped on the grille with 3 axles, air suspension in the rear and permanent all wheel drive.
Hurting over the lack of a Blu-ray drive on those new MacBooks? AMEX’s Blu-ray Super Multi Drive has your back; the portable unit will even do Blu-ray recording for an extra Benjamin.
Wooden Path reminds us of those sliding image puzzles we played with as a kid. It can be a bit frustrating, but the zen-like burbling water kept us from punching our monitor.
Zombie Tools gets you kitted out for the inevitable zombie apocalypse with actual swords, including the Urban Bone Machete, the Two-Faced Bitch, and our favorite: the Two Handed Apocalax.
The paint on the PSP-3000 isn’t even dry but Tai Chiem has offered this compelling concept for the PSP2: it’s got a flexible OLED screen, two joysticks and stereo speakers on the ends.
Sometimes, you just want to wear a ginormous skull: Agent Skully is an all-over print in every sense of the word. No word on whether there’ll be Mulder jeans to complete the ensemble.
Much love for no-DRM devs Stardock, whose Sins of a Solar Empire will be getting its Entrenchment expansion soon. You’ll not only get new cap ships, but gigantic starbases as well.
So advanced it requires Flash 10, Hobnox’s Audiotool is essentially a virtual Roland synthesizer that allows you to create your own electronic music; it looks and sounds freakin’ awesome.
Although designed for divers with 100m of water resistance, Vulcain’s Cricket Diver X-TREME watch looks more suited for the road with a tire-tread wrist strap and an odometer-like face.
JAQK Cellars’ California wines seem more at home in a Vegas nightclub than a musty wine cellar with playful casino-themed labels; they even sell JAQK-branded playing cards.
There’s nothing like this $45k Rio Chaise Lounge to finish off that bachelor pad: designed in the 1970s, its bentwood frame and perforated cane seat still look plenty modern.
With a bridge straight out of an Apple store and a rejuvenated cast, these stills from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek remind us this ain’t your daddy’s Enterprise; Sylar as Spock rocks our socks.
Gateway continues to deliver good value to gamers; the FX6710 gets a Q9400 CPU, 750GB hard drive, 6GB RAM and an ATI Radeon 4850 card, all for less than a base model MacBook.
Aptly titled “Anything Goes”, this Far Cry 2 video gives a brief rundown of the various factions; it’s also filled with more explosions and shooting than you can shake a bazooka at.
Ideal for woodworkers with a techie bent, these coil-spring pencil holders have rare earth magnet bases and can hold everything from pencils and LED flashlights to screwdrivers.
Though it won’t be officially unveiled until January, Toyota has confirmed the shots above are of the new 2010 Prius; most prominent are the corporate nose and googly eyed headlights.
Dell rarely names specific laptops, making the M6400 Covet unique: it’s basically a loaded M6400 with a 17″ 1920×1200 backlit screen, 1GB Quadro 3700M card and an orange case.
This custom Wall-E by Morpheus looks pretty good in wood, which is unfortunate because it’s totally one of a kind and was a gift to PIXAR exec John Lasseter. Still, a geek can dream…
With Nintendo passing on a US version of Mother 3/Earthbound, a group of fans translated the entire RPG; after nearly two years of hard work, it’s done. Thanks, Thundercross!
All Day I Dream About Sneakers is an artistic collab between adidas Originals and Lifelounge; it features the dream kicks of sneaker designer Herr Fritz Traumer, viewable in a PDF.
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