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We’re not sure what The Elano is or what story it has to tell, but it sure as heck makes a cool tshirt. Designed by Rayi Wicaksono of Indonesia, you can see more of his work at deviantART.
Although the Sony Ericsson TM506 isn’t bad looking, it ‘s an otherwise unremarkable phone except for one major feature: it’s the first to offer 3G speeds for T-Mobile customers.
Chop Shop’s Rock Star Tee has quite possibly eclipsed their earlier We Robot tee in terms of coolness. The tee features 28 classic rockers from ’65-’75; they’ll print in blue or yellow.
Brian McCarty has just released his Juke Bot, a “throwback” to the analog era. We really like the iPod-esque track wheel which has been swapped with an LP; only 500 will be made.
Beauty may be only skin deep, but Leatherman’s versatile Skeletool looks just fine in its aluminum frame. The 5 oz. tool comes with a blade, bottle opener, bit driver and carabiner.
The Soularc Board is a funky marriage of skateboarding and surfing. It’s made possible by the below-deck composite spring, which makes riders feel like they’re carving a wave — on land.
Quiksilver’s Ray Watch is a nod to eco-friendly consumers; the watches materials are low-impact and/or renewable whenever possible. It even uses a no-battery automatic movement.
Getting the most out of Pure Digital’s Evoke Flow Radio will require that you live somewhere with DAB+ access (i.e., Europe), but we like that it streams music from internet radio stations.
If you or someone you know is a Mac fan, these GUImagnets should top your list: each pack comes with 41 magnets with various OS X GUI elements. Talk about real-life drag and drop.
New to their Cyber-shot line, the Sony DSC-W300 packs an impressive 13.6 megapixels. The images aren’t quite top notch, but the camera’s solid build quality and ease of use get high marks.
The serpentine lines and RGB color scheme of Traditiona’s Snake t-shirt is Japanese inspired, but we’re glad they also threw in some rockin’ skulls at the bottom. Note: tagless and slim-fit.
It’s over a year old but we’re still digging this motion graphics reel by The Ronin. It’s a motion graphics and design studio based in England, founded in May 2000 by Rob Chiu.
Alright, so the flip-up front isn’t exactly sexy, but we like the Nolan N102 N-Com’s tech friendly features: bluetooth, intercom, audio jack and volume control are welcome perks for bikers.
Jumpgate Evolution’s trailer has a creepy middle eastern soundtrack and frenetic drumbeats that are ripped right from Battlestar Galactica, but we’re still hot for this MMO due out in 2009.
Dizel&Sate mixes graphic urban and photorealistic art to stunning effect; they sell everything from limited edition posters and t-shirts to jaw-dropping wallprints (sold by the square meter).
We can’t get enough of The Simpsons, and judging from the successful launch of Toy2R’s Simpsons mini figures at Kidrobot LA, we’re in good company. Also available at Fugitive Toys.
Targeted towards the graphics professional, Dell’s M4400 15.4″ Mobile Workstation comes standard with a Quadro FX card, e-SATA interface and three-button touchpad.
WowWee’s long-awaited Femisapien is now available with 20 routines and 36 functions. Heavily geared towards interaction, the robot can act as a backup dancer and blow kisses.
Jaeger LeCoultre’s AMVOX2 watch is no ordinary timepiece: it acts as a key for the Aston Martin DBS. Encoded by the dealer, pressing the side of the watch’s case starts the DBS’ engine.
Emerica’s BluePrint V collection sports a hot black and red colorway, but our top pick goes to the Francis BluePrint kicks: it’s a collab with UK’s Blueprint Skateboards and Emerica.
Using nothing more than cardboard and glue, Chris Gilmour creates life-size replicas of familiar objects. We’re amazed at the complexity of some of his pieces, including the trike (above).
It’s like combining two vices into one: Bong Vodka’s questionable shape is the envy of college students everywhere, but we dig the bottle graphics. You can even submit your own here.
GM has a slew of official pics for the upcoming 2011 Chevy Cruze, which will replace the Cobalt. The compact car will debut in Europe first, which is ironic since it’ll be made in Ohio.
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning has one heckuva cinematic trailer out. The quality is reminiscent of scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which is never a bad thing.
It looks like a primitive Borg Cube, but we’re sure the Citizen Cube won’t be doing any assimilating: it’s the work of artist Brenda Guyton, who creates sculptures from found computer parts.
The Illum Cycling Jacket is a solar-powered safety jacket designed to light up cyclists on the road with electro luminescent panels. It’s surprisingly stylish too; we hope it gets made one day.
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