The Wii’s artistic offerings have thus far been limited, but Wii Spray promises to shake things up a bit; it allows you to do virtual graffiti using a spray can with a Wii Remote inside.
A remake of a 2006 opening for Fuel TV, Pollution V2 is a kaiju lover’s dream; it was shot in HD and is a mix of kitschy sci-fi (view the monster costumes here) and fantastic CG effects.
With inverted zippers and a helmet pocket, Tumi’s water and abrasion resistant Beijing Backpack is perfect for motorcyclists; other nifty features: a water bottle holster and top handle.
Fox Fyre has the look of a classic artillery-based lobber down to the retro graphics; gameplay twists include multiple turrets, real-time play, elastic terrain and upgradable weapons.
A modern version of 1920s board track racing bikes, Derringer Cycles are moto-hybrids which can be pedaled like a bicycle but also sport a 49cc 4-stroke Honda engine.
Used to improve vision after macular degeneration, this Implantable Mini Telescope (IMT) is a 4mm long prosthesis that is implanted in one eye; it enlarges images up to 3x.
You probably won’t get sniped wearing the This Is Not A Bullseye t-shirt, but its subtle stitched cutout design is guaranteed to elicit double-takes–similar to iso50’s 77 thermal.
Looking almost like the real thing, this LEGO Space Shuttle consists of 65,000 bricks and took two Japanese builders 1,590 hours to complete; it stands 4 meters up to the tower.
Made in collaboration with ALIFE and Girl Skateboards, Marker maven Krink has an ultra-sleek deck out; it sports a metallic finish with Krink’s trademark drip styling. Thanks, Luke!
The world’s smallest and lightest Full HD camcorder, Sony’s HDR-TG5 boasts 1920×1080 video, 16GB internal memory, geotagging, a 2.7″ touch display and 10x optical zoom.
The last of the April Fools stragglers are in, and the awesomest is StarCraft II’s Terra-Tron; assembled from a Terran base, it should be familiar to Transformers or Power Rangers fans.
Kia is one of the last manufacturers we’d go to for inspiration, but this KND-5 concept actually looks sweet; it’s Kia’s version of the Hyundai Azera and will likely hit US shores next year.
Johnny Cupcakes’ new Spring ’09 line is up; our favorite out of his latest “batch” is this Dragon T-shirt; it’s styled after serpentine Asian-style dragons and is limited to a run of 200.
The Hangover has classic dude/road-trip flick written all over it, with the trailer leaving us in stitches; it’s a movie about four friends who take a trip to Vegas for a bachelor party.
Taking “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” literally, these New York City Garbage Sculptures are by trash experts Tom and Mike and are actually for sale. Thanks, Ekin!
Apple fans, rejoice: your messiah is now available in stuffed toy form as Plush Jobs, clad in his trademark long-sleeved black shirt and jeans; he stands 17″ tall and is limited to 500.
Day of Darkness II is an amazing fan-made video for EVE Online; it’s the result of two years of work by player Dire Lauthris and details the heroic delaying action of a Caldari admiral.
A departure from Bell & Ross’ utilitarian offerings, the BR 01 Airborne Watch glows in the dark, and features the US Airborne skull emblem encased in a glass bead blasted steel case.
Michael Bay has detractors, but we have to say we’d pay more attention to those Cheerios ads if he started making cereal commercials; it’s packed with music, women and slo-mo shots.
Nike’s Classic BW Air Max is back and lookin’ solid with a clean red, white, and black colorway; it’s a refresh of the original persian violet color scheme that still pays dues to its retro roots.
Based off of the Jesus lizard, this Water Runner Robot is designed to move across the surface of water thanks to large, disc-shaped feet; next up: steering, and then world domination.
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