These two-wheeled FreeRider Skatecycles from the Brooklyn Workshop definitely draw stares going down the street. Heck, they look cool even without the TRON-inspired edge lighting.
The latest trailer for Mortal Kombat shows archenemies Scorpion and Sub-Zero engaged in combat. Scorpion gains the upper hand, but just when Shao Kahn orders Scorpion to “Finish Him”…
Chris O’Shea has been trying to make an Air Guitar game since 2007, and when the Kinect came out he saw a golden opportunity. He has no plans to make an actual video game though.
This tiny sardine can has everything you need to survive in the wild. It’s packed with 25 items, including fish hook & line, compass, fire starter cube, and even a tea bag. No sardines though.
For his thesis, Colin Levy – director of Sintel – wants shoot a version of the short story The Secret Number, about a man who insists that there’s an integer between the numbers three and four.
The first with the “Charger” name, it was used as a show car in 1964. Now restored, it has a 600+ bhp Hemi V8 engine and automatic transmission. The bad-ass look has been there since the beginning.
Pop them bottles with this nifty little tool from Bosch. The IXO Vino comes with an exclusive corkscrew attachment. And unlike other wine bottle openers, it’s also a screwdriver. Purchase justified!
We don’t know much about this short Polish film, except that it’s written and directed by Damian Nenow, produced by Platige Image, and it looks damn sweet. We hope it gets an English version.
Replicas of classic car radiators – Rolls Royce, Bugatti, Bentley, Mercedes and Jaguar – that double as flasks. Drinking and driving don’t mix, but if you can afford these, you can afford a driver.
You’ll need an old 1987-1993 Mustang to the Mk4 Roadster kit car. Then, you’ll need about 200 hours of your spare time to convert your old pony car into this luscious classic Cobra replica.
We’re immersing ourselves in David DiMichele’s impressive and disquieting dioramas. He creates the fantastic 3D installations in his studio, using everything from glass and ice to tree bark and coil.
The classic snowboarding game gets a fresh coat of paint, taking a decidedly more serious approach than its cartoony parents. As long as the gameplay is as solid as the earlier games, we’re good.
The Cat Diaries presents a peek into the world of cats; 9 dynamic kittehs armed with collar cameras show what they’re doing when we’re not looking. Go on, check it out; ignore what curiosity did.
Chef Steve demonstrates how to make a new junk food delicacy – buffalo fried gnocchi. If you want to make some, just be prepared for super-heated potato projectiles whizzing around your kitchen.
A look at the career mode in Fight Night Champion. Like THQ’s UFC game, you’ll need to manage your time between training and promoting, and spend points towards a variety of skills and attributes.
If superheroes were real, there’s no doubt that their cities will leverage them for tourism. These comic posters do just that, but in an understated manner. Gotham’s Tourism Board sure is creepy.
Made of stainless steel and mirrored glass, with genuine skate trucks to complete the look. Also comes with a set of skate stickers. A quirky holiday gift for skaters. Just make sure they don’t ride it.
Commander Shepard’s latest mission is simple: defend Earth. Our planet is on the verge of being decimated by a massive alien force, unless Shepard can summon and bring help in time.
Qian Yiran “Eye of the Storm” digital watch has a gaping hole where it’s face should be, instead showing the time by marking the spots where the minute and hour hands would be around the edges.
Andrew Zuckerman shot 175 animals – ranging from parrots to bears – all foregrounded in nothing but white backgrounds, urging the viewer to pore over the details of each portrait.
Created by thatgamecompany, the guys who made the beautiful flOw and Flower for the PlayStation 3, the adventure game Journey has an equally stunning style and unusual gameplay mechanic.
Ever wondered if firing at a propane tank worked like it did in video games? Mythbusters already busted it. Maybe it helps if the tank is on fire. It goes without saying – do not try this at home.
If you asked us to name a dozen famous redheads, we’d struggle to get past Ronald McDonald. Please refer to this handy wall chart the next time you’re asked to do the same. Say, where’s Murray?
The oenophile in your life will appreciate The Durand, a handsome and simple wine bottle opener that removes old and fragile corks whole and undamaged every time. (Thanks Lucas!)
We must have somehow missed the episode of Star Trek where they traveled back in time to the Victorian era. Photoshop manipulator Rabbittooth put these images together to refresh our memory.
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