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VISUALITY store on Zazzle

mercoledì, maggio 21st, 2014

VISUALITY store on Zazzle

re-opening with a new brand introducing DQ &C.

 

Storm Easter Bunny

martedì, marzo 25th, 2008


Posted by Cory Doctorow, March 22, 2008 6:43 AM


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Tikistitch sez, "This one may not be *quite* as cool as the Hello Kitty Vader,
but I can personally vouch for it as being 100% authentic, as I just
took the picture of him downstairs in the lobby. I’m attending Jedi
Con, the Star Wars con going on this weekend in Dusseldorf, Germany."
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(Thanks, Tikistitch!)

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The colección de Star Wars más grande de la Galaxia

lunedì, febbraio 25th, 2008

Rob
Foster tiene casi todas las figuras y modelos de Star Wars conocidas
por la Humanidad, los Hutts y los Bothans. Él y su novia comparten su
casa con un abrumador ejército de objetos de coleccionista de Star
Wars, desde los modelos originales de 1977 hasta batallones completos
de los últimos soldados de asalto, fuera y dentro de sus cajas, en
formación o haciendo la escena de una película. Y sí, habéis leído
bien: tiene novia. [Gizmodo USA]

Rubber monster mask collection on Flickr

martedì, febbraio 19th, 2008

Posted by Mark Frauenfelder, February 18, 2008 9:45 AM


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In the vein of Coop’s obsessive Flickr photoset of his Japanese monster toy collection, here’s a gallery from a collector who has done a bang-up job of cataloging over 100 rubber monster masks. Coop says: "Fans of Famous Monsters will remember some of ‘em from those great ads in the back of the magazine."

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JETpack!

venerdì, gennaio 25th, 2008

The ThunderPack jetpack promises to make you a ThunderMan… for 37 seconds

Posted Jan 24th 2008 1:31PM by Nilay Patel
Filed under: Transportation

We’ve seen quite a few jetpacks
come and go, but Thunderbolt Aerosystem’s has managed to set its
ThunderPack apart with marketing materials that promise to make you a
"ThunderMan"… for 37 seconds and $100,000. Creator Carmelo "Nino"
Amarena says his pack is an update of the hydrogen peroxide-powered
packs of the 1950s, but that it’s been updated to use two fuels and
special catalysts and promoters — which have led to bench test firing
times of up to a whopping 75 seconds. We’re not sure how that’s going
to be useful in military, disaster relief, or border patrol efforts
like Amarena imagines, but we can sort of see how it might make a
corporate event more interesting. Still, we just can’t see giving up
our feet, bikes, or cars for this or any other jetpack — check out why
in the video after the break.

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Aztec gods as Lego minifigs

lunedì, dicembre 31st, 2007

Posted by Xeni Jardin, February 24, 2006 1:50 PM


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Boing Boing reader Andrew Becraft
has recreated much of the Aztec pantheon in Legos. Shown here, Xipe
Totec, also known as "the flayed one" — god of suffering and
sacrifice, of spring crops and goldsmiths.

Big skull t-shirt

lunedì, dicembre 31st, 2007


Posted by David Pescovitz, December 23, 2007 2:04 PM


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Threadless contributor Stuart Colebrook created this "Bone Idol"
t-shirt design. I dig it because it’s very simple yet highly effective.
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Danny CHOO videos

lunedì, gennaio 30th, 2006