Good artists can create even with simple tools; Font Park’s website has a gallery of pretty sweet art made using only Asian brush strokes. Hint: click “View List” in the upper right.
London-based illustrator Rod Hunt’s artwork reminds us of Goon City, albeit better drawn and more detailed; this is especially critical when viewing a 50-foot tall bikini-clad woman.
Our favorite PMP with the spinning doohickey, the iRiver Spinn, is finally available for sale in 4 GB and 8 GB varieties; you’ll get a 16:19 OLED touchscreen and FM tuner come 10/3.
While not the first 8 MP-equipped cellphone we’ve seen, Samsung’s Pixon is well-rounded, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, accelerometer, GPS and WXVGA video recording. Look for it 10/2.
Using office supplies such as clips and rubber bands to make guns, OfficeGuns.com is simultaneously cool and dangerous: you really *will* shoot your eye out with these beasties.
Still drooling over those iPhone cupcakes? Check out these 3.3″ iPhone Coasters by Meninos Design; they’re made out of plywood and wrapped in vinyl with a rubber backing.
Endless Zombie Rampage is a free flash game and not very complex, but the satisfying crunch of body parts and vast array of weaponry (minigun, anyone?) makes this a great time killer.
Tired of stock Guitar Hero and Rock Band controllers? Peak’s Starpex Guitars mimic the real thing; they’re heavier, feature muted strum buttons and get three awesome color schemes.
ISO50 is the brainchild of San Francisco-based artist Scott Hansen; his retro-themed artwork demonstrates a mastery of nostalgic colorways, yet remains quite contemporary.
These Hennessy Hi-Tops by Jhung Yuro are a bit out of left field, but we’re digging the brown and creme colorway and croc embossed inserts. Available 12/1, sans the cognac.
Despite 3000 mW of maximum input, Sony’s MDR-XB700 headphone is designed to pamper the ears: its thick urethane leather cushion is air tight and minimizes sound leakage.
This latest “Faith City” trailer for Mirror’s Edge focuses on the classic security vs. freedom debate. It’s a cell-shaded masterpiece, enough so we wish the actual game looked like this.
Rastafarian iconography, decrepit Soviet spacecraft and William Gibson all mix deliciously on this Babylon Rocker t-shirt by the-affair. Limited to 200, this is a brand that’s going places.
This beautifully rendered “Crisis in Burma” video by creative agency Shilo is so haunting and thought-provoking that we just had to share it; echoes of Love Plane tee, anyone?
Qayot’s Poufman seats are inspired by our favorite limbless arcade hero; Pacman never looked so trendy, with Italian-style two-toned elastic seat covers and polyurethane cushioning.
Brudeli’s Leanster 645L trike is one of the stranger vehicles we’ve seen; based on a KTM 690 Supermoto, it can lean at up to 45 degrees, which translates to some mad cornering.
We have to say this Shanghai map is even better than Onion Maps; it’s a heavily detailed map of the booming metropolis, with graphics that are on par with something you’d see in SimCity.
Eminently functional, it’s a nice bonus that Solo’s Urban Messenger bag also looks pretty sweet, with an earthy matte canvas exterior and distressed leather piping. It’ll hold a 15.4″ laptop.
Pinnacle’s Video Transfer gadget isn’t glamorous, but it is useful: it’ll easily pull video and audio off virtually any device in MPEG-4/H.264 and transfer it via USB to your PC or iPod.
The canteen and metal box aren’t anything special, but one week’s worth of Double XP for buyers of Call of Duty: World at War Collector’s Edition may make it worth it for some.
Congrats to SpaceX–after three failed launches, PayPal founder Elon Musk’s two-stage Falcon I rocket made it into orbit yesterday, making it the first commercial spacecraft to do so.
Maserati’s GranTurismo MC Corse concept is bred for the racetrack, with 450 HP 4.7L V8, a ground-hugging aero kit, supersized brake discs and monobloc racing calipers.
One of the top entrants to DBH’s 10K competition, this Perversion of Paranoid Populace t-shirt by Budi Kwan is our favorite with his poignant Orwellian homage to CCTV.
Available in a few days, Stephen King’s Dark Tower: Long Road Home gets a hardcover edition that spans issues #1-#5; this creepy comic series is great for alternate reality fans.
Concord’s C1 Gravity watch is a followup to last year’s C1; available in white or rose gold, its chief feature is an externally housed tourbillon which mitigates the effects of gravity.
Mixing steampunk with concepts of verticality, we’re really looking forward to Damnation. It’s a cross between Dark Void and Mirror’s Edge, so expect to do a lot of jumping and climbing.
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