New for 2009, Brixton’s Busker II is a flat crown cap which has been slightly rounded over the original; though called a military cap, Buskers are actually street performers (think organ grinders).
It’s been called Unreal Tournament Lite, but CellFactor: Psychokinetic Wars is worth a look with a seemingly endless array of psionic abilities; it’s coming to XBLA and PSN this month.
Part skate sneaker, part boat shoe, Vans’ Zapato Del Barco is an bold, upscale take on their typical vulcanized outsole styling with a leather and suede panelled upper, and metal eyelets.
Joe Mackenzie’s HAL Project website is a shrine to everyone’s favorite neurotic AI and includes a creepy HAL 9000 simulator–just be sure to turn on Lux Aeterna while you’re browsing.
They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.
In addition to card decks like Propaganda, we didn’t realize theory11 also has a library of magic tricks; their latest is called BLIND by danielMadison, a prediction plot with two different decks.
Not just piling on megapixels, Fujitsu’s F200EXR features a smart 12 MP CCD sensor that can switch to low-light and high dynamic range (HDR) modes; it maxes out ISO 12800 at 3 MP.
We’ve previously featured Chicara Nagata’s amazing hand-crafted art bikes, but this 6 minute short film by Current sheds more light on his past, his methods and his future plans.
If your ears perk up for one-of-a-kind gear, iFrogz’ NervePipe headphones come in an amazing 7,260+ color combinations — and that doesn’t include the artwork for earpiece covers.
We have a feeling Arnold would look positively puny next to his gigantic, chaingun-wielding T-600 predecessor, teased above from the upcoming Terminator: Salvation video game.
Ugmonk gets a bit tongue-in-cheek with their One Hundred Tee, which overlays two screens; it’s technically subtractive color mixing, but this t-shirt is definitely goes in our plus column.
The V8 gets the boot with Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage, whose 6.0L engine drives 510hp and 420 lb-ft of torque to a carbon fiber driveshaft and 6-speed box; ouch: 0-60 in 4.1s.
Hidden amongst a sea of mediocre Superbowl Ads was this gem for Coke Classic; it pokes fun at our online personas without getting too preachy; life really is the ultimate MMORPG, no?
Touchscreens are the new “it” tech for cameras, and Nikon’s 10.0 MP Coolpix S230 doesn’t disappoint; it features a 3″ LCD touch panel, face-priority AF and 4-way image stabilization.
Urban is the name of the game with Panasonic’s EP1082KL Chair, whose brushed aluminum accents contrast well with stitched black leather; the ottoman doubles as a leg massager.
Will Ferrell can be a polarizing actor, but we’re looking forward to his performance in Land of the Lost; he plays a time-traveling paleontologist. Best line: “Matt Lauer can eat it!”
125 year-old American bootmaker Wolverine is re-releasing its classic 1,000 Mile Boot for Fall 2009; first produced in the early 1900s, it was reputed to give owners 1k miles of wear.
It’s official: Matt W. Moore doesn’t sleep, as evidenced by this double drop of two sets of 27 6″ x 6″ unbound prints, limited to 500 sets; choose from B/W B:5 or the colorful Alphaphont 3.0.
Unibody MacBook and MBP owners, rejoice: Incase has dropped new hardshell cases in four colorways; they each sport raised rubber feet, thermal vents and a rubberized coating.
We’re new converts to Brian McFadden’s Big Fat Whale comic; his Internet Anti-Memes & Non-Sensations makes us reconsider our own half-baked ideas to get on the viral bandwagon.
Tokyoflash continues to ply the minimalist and esoteric oceans with the Heko Watch; three rows of LEDs (one visible, two hidden) are all that mar its otherwise smooth stainless steel face.
This Halo Vibe video for Halo Wars scores buko bucks with sweet cinematics in the intro, and then relentlessly expounds on the awesomeness of Spartans; we ain’t complaining.
Buddhapparel’s Spring 2009 collection is rockin’, from the airbrushed-stylings of Jungle to the Phantom of Hip-Hop; our favorite is a bit of an in-“Sidious” mashup: Storm Raiders.
We’ve seen some wild Dunnys, but this Plasma Dunny by Dustin Cantrell takes the cake; enter to win one at ToyCyte by telling them your favorite gadget or tech, real or fictional.
Oren Lavie’s “Her Morning Elegance” is literally oozing with creativity; part of his Opposite Side of the Sea album, it’s a twist on spending the whole day in bed. Thanks, Conan!
We don’t associate Toshiba with mobile tech, but their ultra-thin, 9.9 mm thick TG01 cellphone is impressive: it features a 4.1″ touchscreen, HSDPA, GPA, 1GHz CPU and WinMo 6.1.
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