Designer Phil Jones (aka “murraymullet”) proposes this funny Python-inspired design for Threadless. Vote for it now, and you could be wearing it soon. Yup, that’s Phil, modeling for the Tee on the right.
(NSFW: one F-bomb) What’s a dude to do when he likes fire and bicycles? Spark one up and ride around in a parking garage of course, as we see in this vid from Neil Pryde. Do not try this at home.
BBC Comedy provides the inevitable parody of the indie horror flick Paranormal Activity. What could be more horrifying than paying full price to watch one long Big Brother episode?
Sesame Street takes on pop culture once again – this time aping Apple’s “there’s an app for that” tagline with their even more-useful-than-an-iPhone gadget, the iPogo stick.
Biola University professor Matt Weathers plays another prank on his Nature of Math class, in which he seemingly manages to go inside his newly installed Windows 7 system to fix some problems.
To promote the latest version of their virtual studio rack Reason, Propellerhead built a giant drum machine running on Reason 5’s Korg Drum Designer, combining the DJ and the dance floor.
Unlike other automated trash cans, Simplehuman’s Sensor Can is smart enough to avoid accidentally opening, and it also recognizes continued use (>3 secs) to prevent it from closing unexpectedly.
Core77 recently asked readers to make Play-Doh versions of their favorite shoes and was promptly barraged by submissions, some accurate, some not so much, but all of them look fun to play with.
Rappers frequently name drop Gulfstream jets, but an unnamed billionaire just redefined high-class flying, spending $480M to have an Airbus A380 – a passenger jet – converted into a private jet.
Peter Chinn combined three-dimensional ultrasound scans, computer graphics and footage from tiny cameras to come up with these eerie yet beautiful pictures of animals in the womb.
Gucci’s anti-reflective, mirror-coated aviators feature curved lenses with circular polarized technology, optimal for movie theatre Real D systems. Coming Holiday 2010. (Thanks Thorir!)
Let it grow, bros: the Movember movement challenges clean shaven men to grow a mustache for the entire month starting November 1st, to raise funds for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
ShopAdorn is offering readers 10% off during November (promo code Awesome10), and if you email [email protected], you’ll be entered to win this awesome watch. (Contest has ended)
We’ve heard a Ducati bike is likely to turn up in a cameo in TRON:Legacy. We wish this were it, but this red Ducati lightcycle was created by a fan with an active imagination and mad Photoshop skills.
The talented Mike Flores used 2 custom track and dolly systems that he engineered himself to craft this gorgeous time-lapse montage showreel using a Canon 5DII. Very nicely done. (Thanks Seba!)
Prey is an open source tracking software. When your laptop or phone is stolen, launch Prey via SMS or online and it will provide valuable information, and even let you trigger actions on your device.
Tim Knoll is a freestyle BMX rider with a variety of tricks that will have you alternately chuckling and shaking your head in disbelief. We love how Knoll looks like he’s bored the whole time.
(NSFW) This rare avian species is being over-hunted to near extinction, primarily due to some of annoying traits, including its offensive “f*ck you” call and disgusting mating rituals.
Teague designer Dana Krieger used the concept of tensegrity in the creation of the 20/20, giving the headphones both durability and flexibility, not to mention a bad-ass, yet stylish look.
A fictitious car made for GT 5, the X1 has a fan mechanism that forces air from underneath the car to create massive amounts of downforce. It goes from 0-60 in 1.4s, with a max speed of 280+mph.
Undoubtedly a rich man’s go kart, the DP-4 is designed to be easy and fun to drive, but it can be tricked out as well. Options include a 1400cc 200hp engine, and a proprietary AWD drivetrain.
This short by Ariel Lopez gives us a peek at his quirky animation style, and a creepy zombie flick lurking around the corner. Too bad the full film won’t be ready for tonight’s Halloween festivities.
Horses are known for their grace and power, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a playful side. The Web is filled with videos of horses playing with exercise balls, like this one right here.
Aram Bartholl’s Dead Drops project gives new meaning to peer-to-peer file sharing. Bartholl embedded five USB flash drives all around New York City that anyone can use to load or copy files.
If you thought the burgers your bought at the drive-thru were greasy, you’re right. Phil Hansen makes that point crystal clear when he “paints” the Mona Lisa with the grease from fast-food burgers.
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