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Web Series: Riese

Web Series: Riese

Filmed with the RED ONE, Riese is a dystopic steampunk web series about a girl and her wolf; it’s also a sci-fi who’s who with a cast from Stargate, BSG, Smallville and Sanctuary.

Duality of Humanity Tee

Duality of Humanity Tee
$35  Buy Comment

Obey’s Duality of Humanity is now available in t-shirt form; it’s a collaboration with famed Vietnam War and Khmer Rouge photojournalist Al Rockoff and based on an actual photo.

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15 Pixel Street Fighter

15 Pixel Street Fighter

8-bit seems next-gen with 15 Pixel Street Fighter: created for GameCity, a UK games festival, it’s hyper minimalist pixel art that also includes Noby Noby Boy and PaRappa the Rapper.

Burton Aperture Pack

Burton Aperture Pack
$80  Buy Comment

Ideal for snowboarding shutterbugs, Burton’s cavernous Aperture Pack will swallow your camera gear and then some: it also features a padded laptop pocket and tripod/skateboard carry.

Wooden Clip USB Drive

Wooden Clip USB Drive
$20-$34  Buy Comment

Brando’s Wooden Clip-shaped USB drive is a gimmick, but it’s a useful one: available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB sizes, carry it around by clipping it to your clothing or use it as a paper clip.

Art: Stenciled Buildings

Art: Stenciled Buildings

They look like run-down European tenements, but Berlin artist EVOL’s buildings are Lilliputian in size: they’re power and utility boxes that are meticulously spray painted with stencils.

NES Cartridge Casemod

NES Cartridge Casemod

It uses NESp, a Chinese PMP, but this hacked NES Cartridge still rocks our plumber’s socks: it plays NES/GB games and sports a 2.8″ TFT LCD, 4GB storage, FM radio, and TV out.

Trailer: Pirate Radio

Trailer: Pirate Radio

With two Shaun of the Dead alums (Bill Nighy and Nick Frost) plus Philip Seymour Hoffman, we’re having a hard time tuning out Pirate Radio; based on a true story, it’ll debut 11/13.

Monaco V4 Limited Edition

Monaco V4 Limited Edition
$97,000  Buy Comment

Shown in 2004 as a concept, TAG Heuer’s Monaco V4 Limited Edition is now available: made with 170g of platinum, it features cutting edge belt drives, linear mass and ball bearings.

Stop Motion: COMBO

Stop Motion: COMBO

COMBO is a live-action, stop-motion animation by urban artists Blu and David Ellise; shot over the course of a week in Italy, it can actually be looped infinitely (it’s played twice above).

J&D: The Lost Frontier

J&D: The Lost Frontier
$30-$40  Buy Comment

Dust off that PS2: Jax and Daxter: The Lost Frontier (also available for PSP) hits store shelves 11/3; this Brink trailer has all the makings of a rip-roaring adventure movie a-la PotC.

The Art of Engineering

The Art of Engineering
$4,500  Buy Comment

Blindingly expensive, The Art of Engineering is a 35 lb. billet bound aluminum book that describes the building of an all-aluminum car based on a Shelby Cobra for Oracle’s Larry Ellison.

Indy vs. Mola Ram

Indy vs. Mola Ram
$300  Buy Comment

Depicting one of Tinseltown’s most epic battles, this Indiana Jones vs. Mola Ram diorama should set hearts ablaze for movie fans; it stands 16.5″ high and is made of polystone.

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The Making of Coruscant

The Making of Coruscant

This Making of Coruscant video for Star Wars: The Old Republic has us excited: the devs discuss never before seen areas and emulating the sheer scale of the planet-spanning city.

P.S. Shoe Care Kit

P.S. Shoe Care Kit
~$545  Buy Comment

Set up your own Wall Street shoeshine stand with this Paul Smith Shoe Care Kit; it includes no less than seven brushes, two polish cloths, five shoe paints and four bees wax polishes.

Game Trailer: Dust 514

Game Trailer: Dust 514

Rumored to use the Unreal 3 engine, Dust 514 is an MMOFPS that’s part of the EVE universe; swapping boots instead of battlecruisers, the trailer above feels like BSG on a micro scale.

HP Envy 15 Beats Ed.

HP Envy 15 Beats Ed.
$2,299  Buy Comment

It costs $500 extra, but HP’s ENVY 15 Beats laptop (available 10/22) may be just worth it: it sports a glossy piano black finish, Core i7, and Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Hi-Def headphones.

Book: Z.E.O.

Book: Z.E.O.
$12  Buy Comment

Human Resources takes on a new meaning with Z.E.O.: A Zombie’s Guide to Getting A(Head) In Business; it’s a 254 page book for those who prefer their 9-5ers to be 6 feet under.

Anger: Dante’s Inferno

Anger: Dante’s Inferno
$60  Buy Comment

Packed with plenty of combat gameplay, this Anger trailer gets to the heart (and heads, and limbs) of Dante’s Inferno; it focuses on Dante’s primary weapons: his scythe and cross.

Mercury Ocean Skateboard

Mercury Ocean Skateboard

Mekanism teams up with artist (and break dancing champ) Olafur Eliasson for this sweet Mercury Ocean Skateboard; it features a rippled mirror coating and a 13-ply deck. Thanks, R.O.!

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Video: Bullet Impacts

Video: Bullet Impacts

“Shot” at 1 million FPS using an infrared chronograph, engineer Werner Mehl has released 10 minutes of bullet impact videos at an effective shutter speed of 1.5 nanoseconds.

BD Replica: Serenity

BD Replica: Serenity
$2,495  Buy Comment

This Big Damn Replica of Serenity is easily the greatest in all the ‘verse: it’s a 1:180 film quality build with 250 parts, hand painted graphics and is signed by Nathan Fillion. Thanks, Colin!

Free: Photoshop.com Mobile

Free: Photoshop.com Mobile
Free  Buy Comment

Now available: Adobe’s Photoshop.com Mobile is a free image editing app for the iPhone and includes the basics (crop, rotate, flip), as well as color tweaks, filters and special effects.

Trailer: Toy Story 3

Trailer: Toy Story 3

The trailer for Toy Story 3 is finally out: we won’t spoil it for you, but it suffices to say we get to see several old characters in a new light–and in the case of one, a brand new language.

Mito x Space Invaders

Mito x Space Invaders

Alfa Romeo’s Mito supermini almost looks too cute to play defender, at least until it opens a can of whoop ass on gas pumps in this Space Invaders TV ad; it’s directed by Spy Films.

Magneat

Magneat
$15  Buy Comment

If you’ve ever had your headphones catch on gym equipment, Magneat is for you: wrap excess cable around it and then magnetically clip it to clothing for hassle-free exercising.

Avus Audi TT-RS

Avus Audi TT-RS

Draped in gorgeous matte-black, Avus Performance’s Audi TT-RS gets a 30% boost to 460 hp and 472 lb/ft torque; it’s thanks to ECU and turbo tweaks and is good for a 0-60 of 3.8s.

Launch: Demon’s Souls

Launch: Demon’s Souls
$60  Buy Comment

Our ears are still ringing from the singing, but we’re digging this launch trailer for action RPG Demon’s Souls; it’s now available for the PS3 and includes a 40 page artbook and soundtrack.

Cassette Tape Measure

Cassette Tape Measure
$8  Buy Comment

We still remember the ticking of the metronome to count beats per measure, but this Cassette Tape Measure is a physical double entendre: it measures distance instead of time.

Trailer: The Messenger

Trailer: The Messenger

In stark contrast to Zombieland, Woody Harrelson’s role in The Messenger is somber one: he plays a U.S. army captain tasked with notifying relatives of soldiers killed in action.

Vannen Halloween Watch

Vannen Halloween Watch
$85  Buy Comment

Vannen teams up with monster artist Dirty Donny for this Halloween Exclusive watch; it’s limited to 150 pieces and features a boo-tiful multicolor screenprint and glossy black case.

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