Unreal Cotton’s latest t-shirts should be familiar to fans of Homer and gang; these Simpson’s tees include the three-eyed fish, pickled eggs from Moe’s and a radioactive control rod.
Check your Tommy Guns, because if you liked the first Public Enemies trailer, this second trailer definitely has our hopes up for the best bank robber movie to come out in years.
The Pet Shop Boys were hip before most of us had lips, but their tenth album Yes is their strongest outing since 1993’s Very; it’s an evolutionary mix of pop songs and slower ballads.
RipNAS’ Statement is meant to be seen but not heard: it’s the world’s first SSD CD ripping NAS packed in a gorgeous case which is virtually silent; choose from SSD and HDD flavors.
Costa Mesa-based Sabre Shades’ Madrids are a funky remix: they’re based on Aviators with bronze faded lens but feature angular lines and a Tortoise-style, see-through acetate frame.
NSFW: NYC improv team Greg & Lou had us in bloody stitches with Wolverine’s Claws Suck, which shows in gory detail the pitfalls of having Adamantium claws minus the healing.
Like a real caddy but minus the grumbling, Shadow Caddy is a robotic cart that follows you via a transmitter on your belt; object detection prevents collisions with objects and other golfers.
Forthright but with a dash of style, the Julius is a top-loading large shoulder bag made with washed lambskin and lined with cotton; it also features snap closures and multiple pockets.
Endless Zombie Rampage 2 improves over its predecessor with new weapons, perks and missions; the zombies are easy, at least until they start spitting blood at you and exploding.
Vestal is best known for their vintage-style watches, but they their hats cut a mean profile too: the Fitzpatrick Fedora features a sweet all-over Amp print; also available as a Military Cap.
First we saw Manhattan 400 years ago, and now it’s horizonless: this poster of Manhattan reminds us of Halo, but it’s actually a curved 3D projection that allows us to see over obstacles.
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is lookin’ mighty fine with this Southern Hospitality trailer; it’s a weapon-tastic extravaganza, from gatling guns and TNT to rapid-fire queued shooting.
Few people spend more time on the streets than delivery drivers, so this Reebok Courier Pack is a fitting tribute; four Sir Jam Mids get colorways inspired by DHL, TNT, UPS and FedEx.
Acer finally drops official pictures for the Aspire One 751, above; the 11.6″ barely-a-netbook features an Atom 1.3GHz Z520, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and weighs just under 3 lbs.
While influenza of any type is a nasty little bugger, this visualization of H1N1/Swine Flu makes it look surprisingly beautiful, with mutated viruses exploding from respiratory epithelial cells.
It’s probably not the best idea to build your fortress like a deck of cards, but this Castle-themed House of Cards puts all your kings, queens and jokers in their proper place–on the inside.
Short but sweet, Dutch West’s Dinesta is a funny take on those annoying prescription ads; personally, we’d be up for taking any drugs whose side effects include seeing imaginary dinos.
Nothing appeals more to geeks than a swiss army knife, so this Geek Army Knife tee is a match, a Thundercats sword, lightsaber, MIB Noisy Cricket and Star Trek phaser made in heaven.
They may wear Roman headgear, but Overlord II’s mischievous gremlins act more like rampaging Barbarians in this Minion Maximus trailer; hell, they even club a baby seal at 1:05.
Celebrate 10 years of collaboration between LEGO and Star Wars: any order placed at LEGOshop.com on 5/3 and 5/4 will get a free, limited edition poster with 160 minifigures.
Above: District 9 finally gets a teaser trailer; based on 2005 short film Alive in Joburg, it’s being produced by LOTR’s Peter Jackson and tells the story of alien refugees in South Africa.
Inspired by the Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls, these Air Jordan 5 Toro Bravos come in two colorways; black represents the bulls, while red represents the bandanas of the runners.
New at Glennz: his witty vector art is making the jump from tees to laptops, with 24 skins that fit 13″, 14″, 15″ and 17″ notebook lids; they’re all priced the same, regardless of the size.
Its ergonomics leave something to be desired, but this concept NES mouse makes up for it with pure nostalgic value; it was done for a school project, so a real controller is unlikely.
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