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You won’t really get the CMYK? t-shirt unless you’re a graphic designer or artist, but those in the know will appreciate its subtle humor and sharp design; pay attention to the question mark.
Reebok’s Dime Dropper sneakers have a sleek, organic design with mid-cut flap for stability. It’s also supportive inside, with foam cushioning and a removable sockliner for orthotics.
Designed by Alessandro Beda and Mathias Koehler, “Little Robots” are described as “geek toys” and contain floating organs; they look about 3.5″-4″ tall. Super cool, but just concepts for now.
That’s no moon: this tongue-in-cheek video blends real footage of San Franciscans going about their daily business with the Death Star, Tiberian Shuttles and Star Destroyers.
You’d be half right if you think “Brunopasso” sounds like an Italian supercar: designer Tadahito Ishibashi’s espresso machine sports race-inspired gauges and a sexy, sinuous design.
Nokia has released the Carbon Arte, an ultra-premium version of their popular 3G 8800 slider phone. The bulk of the cost: carbon fiber, polished glass, titanium and stainless steel.
The trailer above for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed makes being bad look oh-so fun. You won’t have to wait long: on 8/23, PS3 and Xbox360 owners can get the demo.
You can’t dog Skwak for being honest: his Throw Up t-shirt lives up to its name, with a truly massive glut of magenta, blue, and yellow monsters on a dark tee. Vomit never looked so cool.
Using a radio-controlled E-Flite Blade 400, retired marine and present-day UAV consultant Dave Herbert gives a new meaning to “fly fishing” with the video above. Warning: circus music.
Much like Johnnie Walker’s F1 whisky, the super-lux RM 011 Felipe Massa Special Edition by Richard Mille celebrates the world’s first F1 night race in Singapore; only 50 will be made.
Victorinox’s SwissFlash is a gadgety take on its popular Swiss Army Knives, but drops the cutlery and replaces them with a 16 GB flash drive, LED flashlight and ball point pen.
The Lunocet Monofin is an underwater version of the Monza Ferrari concept, except it’s real. Designed for (fast) scuba diving, the Monofin hits speeds of up to 8 mph and weighs only 2.5 lbs.
Like a futuristic starfighter, Iman Maghsoudi’s Monza Ferrari concept actually changes shape depending on your speed; the wing-like design creates lift, much like an airplane.
Incase’s Vertical Sling Deluxe is a bit earthier than their other laptop bags and mixes washed canvas with leather. It’ll hold up to a 15″ MacBook Pro with extra pockets for your smaller gadgets.
Although it’s for Asia only, we can’t help but admire the IdeaPad U8’s stylish design; similar to the Gigabyte M528, this MID also has a 4.8″ touch screen. The dongle is for digital television.
Bertrand Planes’ Life Clock literally ticks along at a snail’s pace as it counts down the years (from 0-84). Unfortunately (or fortunately), we’ll never have one–only seven were ever made.
MartinBauer’s Tournament Pool Table ditches wood in favor of a metal truss structure with LED lighting. It’s not just for show: the materials are high quality, with Italian slate and German bumpers.
Compose is an interesting gadget concept by several Chinese designers. A digital paper tablet uses a built-in mic to automatically transcribe your singing (or squawking) into notes.
The PSP remake of the highly addictive Yggdra Union is getting a pretty sweet preorder bonus: GameStop is throwing in a a hefty 56-track CD with music from the game.
We can’t decide if Saeco’s Etienne Louis Espresso Machine is, in fact, an espresso machine, or a bad-ass, death-ray spewing tripod with medieval touches bent on world domination.
Cadillac continues to make strides in the sheet metal department with its much anticipated 2010 CTS Coupe. You can see it in person at the November LA Auto Show.
Kerberos Saga is one of our fave alternative histories (Japan loses WW2 to the Germans), so we’re pumped about this 6″ Protect Gear by Revoltech, due to release in September.
These Original 1892 Basketball Shoes replicate the design of the first basketball sneakers ever, albeit with modern niceties such as a built-in arch and cushioned insole.
Marc Ecko’s contemporary Cut & Sew has a line of super-cool shirts and hoodies that take classic Star Wars and remix it with trendy all-over belt printing and foil imprints.
Defend your castle (or 1 bedroom apartment) with Exotath, Sword of the Dark Elf. It’s a false-edged sword, but at 45″ with a stylized skull motif, its lethal looks alone will send evil a-packin’.
Retaining much of the HP 8730w’s visual language, the HP 2530p is an ultraportable with a 12″ LED screen, 80GB hard drive and up to 8 GB of RAM. It weighs just over 3 lbs.
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