The poster itself doesn’t cost a million bucks, but is a print of the same site that made its 21-year old creator, Alex Tew very rich in 2005 and subsequently made all of us feel very dumb.
Renowned for their real DJ accessories, Numark’s Scratch Deck targets gamers with both PS3 and Xbox 360 flavors; it sports a touch sensitive turntable and 5 Akai-style drum pads.
Diesel’s Freak of Nature watch is exactly that: they fuse two completely different watches into a single gold and silver Frankenwatch; it’s even half-leather strap, half steel bracelet.
It’s official: Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is coming to the DS and PSP this all; you’ll get to play Luke, Vader and more with 16 players on the PSP and 4 players on the DS.
First previewed in 2007, 77 (named after Star Wars’ 5-25-77 release date) has a revamped trailer out; it’s a comedy/drama about a sci-fi geek who dreams of being a filmmaker.
Not the eponymous MacGuffin from the movie, but the $138 million uber-yacht: the Maltese Falcon is up for sale and is the world’s largest and fastest personal sailboat at 289 feet.
The MIT SENSEable City Lab’s Obama | One People is a project that visualizes cellphone call activity around Washington, D.C. and the world on Inauguration Day 2009.
Part novelty, part functional tool, this German-made, key-shaped pocket knife blends into your keychain; for a pen knife, it’s relatively sharp and is barely larger than an ordinary key.
Olympus puts its marketing where its mouth is by putting their Olympus Stylus TOUGH cameras to the ultimate test: a room full of daycare kids who are free to paint, dunk and drop ’em.
TAD Gear’s Dispatch Bag is a messenger bag for work or war, with MILSPEC Cordura Nylon, 13 pockets, 7 pen slots, a hideaway pocket and MOLLE-compatible PALs/TIBS webbing.
Like a cinematic version of Where’s Waldo, The Cryptic Canvas challenges you to ID 50 movies from the past two decades using clues; it’s in celebration of Empire Online’s 20th birthday.
CollegeHumor’s Kindle 3 parody takes Amazon’s e-reader to its logical conclusion with a device that “shows” books instead of making you read; book learnin’ has never been funner.
Venkman is our favorite Ghostbuster and Stay Puft our favorite monster, so we’re dripping with ectoplasm over these 2″ figures with 14 points of articulation; they’ll drop at SDCC 2009.
Originally invented in the waning days of the Great Depression, it’d be poetic for Monopoly to release a Recession Edition like the one above, created by the folks at BillShrink.com
Adidas updates its Superstar line for 2009 with these adi Originals Superstar iI TLs; they sport an ultra-clean white colorway, perfed leather, a textured toebox and gold detailing.
Okay, so the movie was a critical flop and the game even worse, but Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series looks promising; it follows Blair Williams through six original episodes.
If you liked Superuseless Superpowers, this Useless Superpower T-shirt incorporates 20 of them into one incredibly mundane list: our favorites are desaturation and bullet attraction.
We’re not sure if Eduardo McIntosh’s Autonomous Living Unit is designed for relaxing or eating us alive, but it sure looks cool; it squeezes all the functions of a home into a single chair.
V9 of ThinkGeek’s vaunted Mega Caffeine Candy Sampler is a grab bag of pick-me-ups, with names that sound like sound effects: Foosh Mints, Jolt Gum, and Chargers Espresso Beans.
After months of speculation, Microsoft’s Zune HD is now official; specs are scarce until its reveal at E3, but we do know it’ll feature a 3.3″ 480×272 OLED touchscreen, HD radio and HD output.
Seen at the 2008 Olympics, Air Trekkers literally take insanity to new heights; these aluminum stilts use carbon fiber springs that’ll let you jump 10 feet high and run up to 20mph.
What started out as a simple drawing exercise for LiveJournal blogger davario has snowballed into over 500 submissions; the mission: Draw Yourself as a Teenager, pimples and all.
Open-Apple “Tee”, anyone? This brilliant Key Skull t-shirt by rubyred is filled with black and white keys from the classic Mac and iMac keyboards; choose from over 20 t-shirt colors.
This year’s 24 Hours of Nurburgring had a low turnout due to rule changes, but this set of 50+ photos is still droolworthy; Manthey Racing wins a fourth time with their Porsche 997 GT3-RSR.
In a world dominated by robot movies, there was Transforminators: this clever parody by IGN mixes Transformers and Terminator, with a brilliant (but fake) Christian Bale voiceover.
It may be infused with black cherry to attract fresh blood, but Red Stag by Jim Beam is real bourbon at a full 80 proof; the flavoring makes this ideal for mixing with Coke or vermouth.
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