Thing from the Addams Family created in Steampunk. The creepy crawling hand looks rather good in its Steampunk avatar. The hand itself is 7-inches tall, and made from rubberwood, lead, brass, copper, steel, and found objects. You can get your hands on the Thing, provided you have $1400 in your pocket.
We spend a lot of time watching media and videos on the iPhone, we might as well keep it in a slightly more comfortable, handsfree way rather than simply punishing the hand. Vyne keeps a grip on the phone and allows you to take some pleasure in handsfree viewing. It’s elastomer construction basically allows you to twist and turn it to your liking and comfort.
Don’t ever judge a book by its cover, especially not this little fellow. They may be tiny and they may appear cute and tiny and stoned, but make no mistake, the Dro-Bots are here for the robot uprising. And they also smoke cigars, so I guess that makes them pretty cool, we’ve known for quite a while that our robotic overlords are going to be hooked on Nicotine. Dro-Bot was created by designer Daniel Nikonchik, as album art for Attack of the Drobots by Roosh Williams.
You’ve seen him on TV, but how well do you know about Dexter’s knives? This guide put together by Guilherme Henrique should give you an answer.
You have to be a coffee/ tea fanatic or just somewhat crazy to wear hats like this. On second thought, they appear to be well suited for tea parties, the Mad Hatter would be so proud. Cost $48.
Via: The Presurfer
Those waiting for a GTA movie, wait no more. French film maker Mathieu Weschler created this feature-lenght video from Grand Theft Auto IV. Named Thrashmaster, the video has GTA IV star Niko Bellic starring as a garbage man who “divides his time between collecting garbage and cleaning up other forms of trash fouling up New York City’s streets.” Then of course, there’s a crazy serial killer to be handled. It took Weschler two years to put the video together. Video after the jump.
There’s a popular saying that first you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you. You can well imagine the outcome if it strikes a brainless lock-picker right in the face. John Finch a housebreaker decided to go merry with all the alcohol inside the home he allegedly broke into and had to pay a price for it. The watchful window took its’ chance and won’t let the boozer pass until Finch himself called the police to take him to task!
A bright green river flowing through a forest, fountains that ooze green water, well that definitely ain’t some landscape we know of. Otherworldly as it may seem, it pretty much is a story from Earth. Specifically, Canada, where pranksters decided to dye the Goldstream River on Vancouver Island bright green. A fountain in Langford, British Colombia also received the same treatment. Thankfully, it appears the creation of this otherworldly scenario won’t have a lasting effect on the ecosystem of the river.
There are things you simply leave to the imagination. Champagne Extinguisher by Diddo.
You can of course turn your iPad into an arcade for an “authentic” arcade experience, or you can go the shorter route and simply have a joystick attachment do the work with your touchscreen device. Joystick IT is compatible with numerous apps and can work with the iPad and some android tablets. It is removable and repositionable, and claims not to harm the device. To be available by month-end at ThinkGeek, the joystick is priced at $25.