Sunday, November 28, 2010
The dock of the latest version of the ceramic passive amplifier sits in the middle of the speaker. It boosts the iPhone’s volume by about four times. Works with 1st, 3rd and 4th gen iPhones.
Buy it here.
Create the cupcake of your wildest dreams thanks to Baked by Melissa’s cupcake customizer. You’ll need to order at least 300 of the tasty cakes if you want some, but its fairly doable, right? I mean, they're CUPCAKES!!!
Monday, November 22, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Seen at Mic Gadget, this Steve Jobs figurine gets down to the detail and delivers an exceptionally well made sculpture of the famous Apple leader. It shows Steve in his old fashioned Jeans and Black Turtleneck, and he is even the midst of a MacWorld iPhone presentation.
The Jeans and Turtleneck look almost real with the color a tad faded. you can even see the wrinkles on Steve’s head. Good old Steve’s beard looks just as the real thing too.
Holding the iPhone in hand, standing on the Apple logo as platform and arriving with some great word baloons makes this Steve Jobs sculpture practically complete.
Each figure is handmade.
Buy it here.
30 years later, and Pac-Man is still one of the most loved video games ever.
Now, Suck UK is making it into the cookie cutter market with these officially licensed Pac-Man cutters. Comes in a pack of 4; one Pac-Man and three ghosts.
Buy them here.
Friday, November 19, 2010
Dual geekery! Star Wars and typography at the same time! Impressive!
Advertising Agency: H-57 Creative Station, Milan, Italy
Creative Director: Matteo Civaschi, Gianmarco Milesi
Account Director: Sabrina Di Gregorio
Typographer: Matteo Civaschi
Click on the images to enlarge and notice the legend of all fonts used to create the Star Wars Characters (bottom left corner of posters).
Angry Birds frenzy! First with the plush toys, then the cakes and now the shirts!
These Angry Birds t-shirts would make a great addition to any geeks wardrobe, they are available in a range of different designs for both children and adults form Spreadshirt.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
A collaboration between Michael Tompert and photographer Paul Fairchild.
A homage to Apple (or is it?!) whereby massively destructed iPhones, iPods, iPads and Macbooks are photographed and transformed into high res large prints.
I know a few who'll definitely enjoy this post. Shame on you!