Skatiens is a French troupe that literally upends the idea that skateboards are for feet only; although they’re not skating per se, the tricks they do with their hands are pretty cool.
Nau continues its tradition of slim fitting, highly efficient apparel with its Down Shirt; it’s actually a jacket, but with tightly packed polyester fabric. 30% off with code: GIVE, good through 12/15.
Part of Creative Commons, we like the idea behind Science Commons: allow more people to benefit from scientific research by making it easier to both find and use.
Our caveman counterparts had it good: long before prepubescent cowboys were upsetting cows, pioneers like Ugg and Grog were engaging in Mammoth Tipping contests.
Fresh from Resident Evil 5’s viral-ish website, this video focuses on protagonist Christopher Redfield; it mixes live action actors in the beginning with zombie-laden gameplay at the end.
We first mistook this for an Iron Man statue, but it’s actually a villain from Marvel’s Thor universe called The Destroyer; true to form, it’s studded head to toe with rivets and spikes.
Logitech’s Comfort Lapdesk reintroduces laptops to the lap; its curved design inclines your notebook at a more natural angle, improves airflow and diverts heat away from your legs.
This World of Goo Design Tour video lets us see a game through the eyes of another developer, specifically David Rosen of Wolfire; we think it’s a must see for aspiring game designers.
The gaping hole makes the Super Secret Spy Lens not so secret, but for the unwitting public it may be enough; it’s basically a swiveling periscope that lets you take clandestine shots.
Dawn of War II is one of those games that gets better every time we see it; this Blood Ravens trailer focuses on our favorite marines as they slash, snipe and slaughter for the Emperor.
Ireland isn’t much known for its vodka, but Drinkhacker is waxing positive over Boru Vodka; this quintuple distilled drink is available in both flavored and unflavored varieties.
Oakley’s S.I. Computer Bag sports a plethora of straps, D-rings and removable pockets that are guaranteed to get looks; this durable nylon carrier is hard to find, so jump on it quickly.
You have to be pretty lazy to need a device to throw paper airplanes, but this Paper Plane Launcher is an ideal gift for office workers; it’ll shoot paper death at speeds of up to 30mph.
Guys with a penchant for mechanicals will like EleeNoLITE’s Wheel Watch; it’s an unusual analog watch with notched cutouts that slowly fill depending on the hour and minutes.
The Blizzards’ The Reason really lends credence to the phrase, “Hell hath no fury like a women scorned;” thank God most of them aren’t 100 foot tall monsters with flaming hearts.
Long known for their watches, Nixon’s first foray into headphones is satisfyingly trendy; choose from in-ear, open-air and closed versions, most of them sporting slick metal accents.
If your’e lucky enough to be loaded, Wald’s Black Bison 2003 Bentley Continental GT will push your street cred to blingtastic levels with a new bodykit, exhaust and suspension.
After the toxic waste spill, Cap’n Crunk was never quite the same: Cap’n Crunch’s far less popular twin brother, Crunk clearly prefers cannibalism to cereal on this six-color AA t-shirt.
Armed with little more than an X-Acto knife and mad screenprinting skills, Kenn of TwoFour’s three dimensional shadowboxes of skulls make for some awesome bachelor pad art.
Anyone who uses a cellphone owes something to late author Arthur C. Clarke; we think this student film for his epic Rama series is a fitting ode to an all-around amazing gentleman.
This laptop sleeve by dripmaster Krink is the result of a collaboration with Arkitip and Apple-friendly Incase; his signature metallic paint looks extra sweet on this limited run piece.
If you like a little visual with your audio, BluTiger’s 1000-watt 5.1 surround sound system includes two spectrum analyzers; in short, blue LEDs that’ll bump and grind with your jams.
Gamer Jason Cirillo is a goldmine of historical gaming trivia, with the Bit Museum video above as fascinating as it is freewheeling. Nintendo used to sell playing cards? Funky!
With a reinforced toe and tumbled full-grain leather shell that resembles organic armor plating, Polo Ralph Lauren’s Holden Boots strike just the right balance between style and utility.
We’ve seen plenty of stop-motion vids, but this music video directed by Cesar Kuriyama takes the cake, with 45,000 images shot by a Nikon D200 over the course of 14 months.
It’s been ages since we gripped a No. 2, but Faber-Castell’s Perfect Pencil has us longing for grade school; made with California cedar, it includes a metal extender and sharpener.
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