Artist Ashley Wood has been designing the most well-dressed action figures by way of his company 3A for nearly a decade. This upcoming three-pack of monochrome 12″ street samurai are no exception. The set will be available only from 7/14-7/16/17 at Bambaland for $420.
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The perfect upgrade to your surround sound game. The eight speaker system includes five bookshelf speakers, a powered subwoofer, and two horizontal and vertical-firing speakers to envelop you in sound when paired with a Dolby Atmos-compatible receiver.
A 17″ tall statue of Dark Souls 3‘s final boss, a fitting farewell to the series’ players. The Soul of Cinder statue is made of polystone and comes with a 1:1 scale ember. Sadly, it’s already sold out, even though it costs $500. Then again, at eBay the goods are never sold out.
Snowpiercer. Designer Greg Lauren brought an edge to luxury brand Moncler’s clean and shiny apparel by replacing all or part of them with his brand’s washed and weathered clothing and fabric. Lauren called his approach “destroyed elegance and imperfect perfection.”
A look inside the factory where craftsmen painstakingly select, attach, laminate, sand, shape, glue, and finish each piece of wood that goes into Bentley Motors‘ extravagant vehicles. We appreciate the lack of music or voiceover so we can focus on the work at hand.
Space colony kicks. Perhaps a gift from frequent collaborator Vetements, Reebok takes the sock shoe silhouette to another level with this knee-high knit sneaker, which is clearly a less avant garde (and vastly more affordable) version of Balenciaga’s Speed Knit.
A life-size and wearable replica of Rey’s beat up Rebel helmet from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Anovos digitally scanned the prop that was used in the movie to make sure that they got it right. The helmet’s interior is fully lined and has earcups. Fits up to size 8.
Business punk. Experimental casual wear brand Sacai teamed up with leather master Hender Scheme to switch up the timeless black leather shoe. These handmade shoes and boots have the laces at the back and the pull tabs at the front – an aggressive but practical design.
The ultimate incarnation of the 911, the GT2 RS packs a 700 hp twin-turbo flat-six, lightweight body materials, aerodynamic upgrades, rear-wheel steering, a 0-to-60 time of just 2.8 seconds, and a 211 mph top speed. It may not be the prettiest 911 ever made, but it is the fastest.
Console modder MakoMod went all out for his one-off Nintendo Switch. Based on Link’s handy tool in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the console has been decorated with pine wood, brass, automotive and acrylic paint, putty and varnish, and has LED lights on the dock.
Fisker’s curvaceous electric performance sedan wants to take on the Tesla Model S, with a 400+ mile driving range, quick charging, all-wheel drive, autonomous driving tech, and luxury inside and out. We don’t have performance specs yet, but we bet it’ll be quick off the line.
Jaguar Special Vehicle Operations took the sporty XE sedan and transformed it into a track beast. This beautiful, aerodynamic, carbon fiber lightened monster rocks a 5.0L supercharged V8, carbon ceramic brakes, and does 0-to-60 in 3.3 seconds, with a 200 mph top speed.