Simon and McBess’ WOOD starts off like an old-time cartoon (and stays monochrome throughout), but the delicious blend of urban graphics and animation style are clearly modern.
A reference to the beloved Apple chime sound, this weathered Sad Chimes Rest Home t-shirt pays homage to the original iMac, the Power Macintosh G3 and the Macintosh SE.
It doesn’t shoot beer like the Beer Blaster, but this submachine style beer gun you get boozed up speakeasy style with a shape reminiscent of 20s-era tommy guns, good for 22oz.
Described as “Zelda in Hell,” this Darksiders trailer reveals a familiar plotline (Heaven and Hell do battle on Earth); still, we hope the action-oriented RPG could be what Hellgate never was.
Targeted towards DJs, Eskuchâˆš©’s 33 1/3 headphones are vintage-style cans with metallic finishes; spec-wise, you’ll get 40mm drivers and two swappable cords (one with a mic).
Preordering begins May 21st for this Comic-Con 2009 exclusive Iron Man Mark III; it’s a 12″ figure in gunmetal grey; it sports distressed armor, two heads and three sets of hands.
LEGO’s Architecture Series site still says “coming soon”, but they’ve signed up with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation for six buildings including Falling Water and the Guggenheim.
Created with famed designer Jasper Morrison, Rado’s r5.5 Chrono is an exercise in modern simplicity; it features a matte black ceramic case, two counters and sapphire crystal.
From folks who brought us Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, this internal trailer for Project Trico shows promise with faint echoes of The Neverending Story’s Falkor and Atreyu.
We’ve already blown a good half hour at Starring the Computer, with many more to come: the website’s goal is to catalog and identify every appearance of a computer in movies.
Pentax’s K-7 is the latest movie-capable DSLR to join the fray with 720p@30fps; it also features a rugged magnesium alloy body, 14.6MP sensor, 3″ Live View LCD and HDR mode.
Shapeways’ Custom Cufflinks ensure that dear ol’ dad gets an extra personalized gift on Father’s Day; rapid prototyping deposits stainless steel which is then infused with bronze.
It’s been awhile, but the second Timeline trailer for The Old Republic is up (here’s the first); an unlikely ally in the criminal world helps to lift the Mandalorian blockade on Coruscant.
Audi’s Q5 cute ute gets some serious power with their Custom Concept; beyond the lowered height and widened track, the TFSI V6 gets massaged to 408hp, good for a 0-60 of 4.4s.
We always knew the plumbing business was just a front for the Mario Bros’ real racket: supplying illicit Magic Mushrooms and other “power ups” with the help of their pusher, Toad.
I have you now, even though I have no legs: nobody’s gonna mess with this saber-wielding Darth Vader Bust Bank, who promises to force crush any piggy bank poachers.
If you’re as sick of Snuggie infomercials as we are, College Humor saves the day with Snuggie Spin-Offs: this parody takes the backwards robe to even more ridiculous extremes.
Rugged yet stylish, WaterField’s Muzetto is a vertical messenger bag made from distressed brown cowhide leather; it’ll hold up to a 13″ laptop with three other pockets for smaller gadgets.
Sherlock Homes may be set in Victorian London, but with a wise-cracking Robert Downey, Jr., explosions aplenty and Jude Law as Watson, this trailer is thoroughly 21st century.
Improv Everywhere’s pranks are pretty well-known, so we’re happy to hear they now have a book out: Causing a Scene is a behind-the-scenes look at their pranks over the past 8 years.
We’ve all seen Toyota’s modernized FJ Cruiser, but ICON actually builds original Landcruisers (albeit with modern tech); you can customize everything from the color to the wheelbase.
The movie’s not out yet, but Belstaff’s Inglourious Basterds Lt. Coat (worn by Brad Pitt in the movie) sports a WW2 rugged look with Antique 10 wax cotton and a sheepskin shawl collar.
We could spend all day thinking of poop jokes, but suffice to say these Jammin’ Jones toilet seats are ideal for musicians who want to toot out some low notes from their porcelain throne.
28-year old guitarist Dave Chatterson’s LEGO replica of a Fender Princeton Reverb amp looks good enough to play; it’s heavily detailed down to the tube chart, switches and knobs.
As if dug up by a future archaeologist, Christopher Locke’s Modern Fossils casts game controllers, floppies and other gadgets in concrete; he even gives them a species name in Latin.
With curvy (albeit somewhat chunky) displays, Phosphor’s latest E-Ink watches look pretty sweet; choose from a Digital Hour Clock, always-on Digital Calendar or Ana-Digi Watch.
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