Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pale Horse Design Has Skills


The amount of time that goes into some of these t-shirt designs is absolutely mind-boggling. The thought process it takes to create the details is equally as mind blowing. Pale Horse Design is a great example of this.

Watches crafted from reclaimed planks


Conceived in Italy but based in L.A., WeWood watches combine European craftsmanship with sustainably-minded materials to reinvent the average wristwatch—in wood.

The budding brand offers up a line of tasteful Miyota-movement timepieces crafted from several varieties of Maple, Guaiaco (an indigenous South American tree) and Red Wing Celtis, with all materials reclaimed from unused flooring scraps. Devoid of toxic chemicals as well as any colored stains, the natural shades and grains of the different wood types shine through for an organic take on oft-metallic or plastic watches

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

Rockstar has been pumping out Red Dead Redemption expansions at incredible pace. Their next release is, unfortunately, a zombie themed pack called Undead Nightmare. (I’m tired of zombie games. Seriously.) Still, it features new weapons, gameplay mechanics, multiplayer modes, and more. Also, the artwork is cool.

The Many Varieties of Beer Poster

Throwing Knife Magnets

ThinkGeek is selling these awesome looking throwing knife kitchen magnets for $9.99apiece. They’re made of durable ABS plastic and rhodium.

Toriko, One Piece Get 3D Film Double-Billing

The 44th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is announcing on Monday that the 3D film versions of the Toriko and One Piece manga will open in a double billing in Japan on March 19, 2011. Toei Animation is producing the Jump Heroes Film double billing, and the official website will be at the address.

Manga Scan Site Says It Will Remove Manga

One Manga, a site with unauthorized, translated scans of manga (scanlations), has posted a Thursday notice to say that "this is the last week of manga reading" on the site. The site cited what it describes as a recent change in the manga publishers' "stance on manga scanlations." According to the notice, all content will be gone from the site by early next week.

One Manga ranked #935 on Google's list of the 1,000 most-visited sites on the web in May. Another manga aggregator, MangaHelpher, announced last month that it is removing links while it prepares to launch OpenManga, a new platform to allow manga creators to distribute their work digitally.