Nearly five years old, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 5s are still crave worthy. These Dalek-like speakers have 2500 watts on tap and sweet spots wherever you sit. Thanks, Nicole!
Ashley Wood’s Bertie the Pipebomb is one of the coolest collectibles we’ve seen, with 46 points of articulation, a 9″ machete, a 4″ revolver and a sling filled with zombie head war trophies.
Design minimalists will love MinimalSites.com: it collects websites with simple and clean layouts, and then allows visitors to vote and comment on them; you can sort by date or rating.
Greg “Craola” Simkins has a surreal style which isn’t easily forgotten (we love the Cadillac UFO above). Once a graffiti artist, he’s worked with Vans, Kid Robot and Disney. Thanks, Ben!
Opening 9/25 at Le Gallery in Toronto, David Tratrimas’ Habitat Machines are architectural compositions made from household objects such as coffee pots and waffle irons.
Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II is a shot across the Nikon D90’s bow, as it also features full HD recording; it’s packed to the gills, with 21.1 MP, a full-frame CMOS sensor and max 25.6k ISO.
Written by Dan Linehan with a foreword from the late Arthur C. Clarke, SpaceShipOne: An Illustrated History richly details Richard Branson and Burt Rutan’s pioneering space program.
In an age of multimillion-dollar budgets, Bob’s Game stands out: this DS game was solely created by Robert Pelloni over the course of five years, pouring over 15,000 hours into it.
The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn makes no apologies for being badass, with a naked chick riding a dragon spewing out a flaming skull that’s trying to eat a unicorn. Try and read that 10x fast.
The HTC Touch HD is video-centric cellphone, with a gorgeous 3.8″ WVGA screen, front-facing VGA camera, and 5 MP camera on the back. Note: the 3G speeds are for Europe only.
Mixing a brown pinstripe blazer with a white nail headed hood sounds crazy, but it works: Viribus Unitis is edgy without being tacky, with intricate front and back white crests.
Bandai’s Luminodot is like a Lite-Brite on steroids, with space for up to 3500 pegs on its 70×50 screen. If you can find someone in Japan to buy it for you, it’ll be available in October.
Targeted towards well-heeled camera connoisseurs with a six grand price point, the Leica M8.2 gets luxuries such as a metal blade focal plane shutter and sapphire crystal screen.
This vehicles trailer for Lego Batman makes us happy: available 9/23 for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii, it’ll let you build and drive your own Batmobile, Batboat and Batwing!
Above are official pics of the 2011 Chevy Volt, minus those sexy execs. Other news: it takes eight hours to charge on a 120V socket and gets 273 ft-lb of torque at zero RPM.
We’ve seen pixel cities before, but Ryan Allen’s Google-maps based Goon City is special because Something Awful forum members are helping out, ensuring plenty of wackiness.
If the Champagne Cruise wasn’t enough, Veuve Clicquot also has a $70,000 Champagne Fridge. Standing over six feet tall, it’ll keep your overpriced bubblies chilled at 54 degrees F.
The Onkyo TX-NR906 is a top of the line receiver (with the price to match): this 7.1 channel receiver has 1080p video upscaling, 145 watts per channel and can stream audio.
How to Build a Robot Army is author Daniel Wilson’s follow-up to his wildly successful Robot Uprising: in it, he teaches you how to turn use robots to defend the Earth (or conquer it).
The Spyker C8 LM85 is sportier variant of their C8, with a two-toned orange and silver paint job and black interior. Limited to 24, its 4.2L V8 gets 400 HP and goes 0-60 in 4.5 seconds.
Take on the Flood with your own personal army of 2.5″ Kubrick-style Halo figures from Medicom. This second series includes three Spartans, Master Chief and plenty of weapons.
You don’t have to be a greying rocker to appreciate these limited edition Metallica headphones, made in collaboration with Skull Candy. Choose from two designs: Hesh or Lowrider.
Humidifiers are the last thing we’d expect to be cool, but Matti Walker’s FRED gets a cool flying saucer design with 3 mat chromed feet. Available in four colors, it’s ultra silent, too.
“Exotic cowboy” are the words that come to mind with these Vans Rowley “Shambles” Hi, designed by Taka Hayashi. They sport a brown suede upper, buckle strap and Vans soles.
HP’s TouchSmart IQ816 series tops off their line of all-in-one touch screen PCs; this 25.5″ beauty gets a TV tuner, webcam, bluetooth, and can be wall mounted. It’ll be available 10/12.
We’re anxiously awaiting the public release of This Way Up, a creepy Tim Burton-esque short about two undertakers. It’s currently making the rounds on the film festival circuit.
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