Can pocket knives ever be ‘high-tech’? Probably not. Hell, they don’t ever look high-tech anyways. But that’s until now. Everyone, meet the Inertix Cyberpunk Pocket Exoblade Knife. A decidedly high-tech looking piece of EDC that any futurist, knife collector will not want to miss.
If a collectible ain’t tangible, such as a video game’s bonus, it ain’t no collectible. I mean, lets face it, technology will become obsolete and if there isn’t a machine to load the “collectible”, then what’s the point of it anyways?
The Office may have ended, but the brand is very much alive and possibly, a whole new generation of younger fans will be nurtured – thanks to this book: The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary (ISBN-13 978-0316428385).
Don’t need to be envious of Adam Savage because, he has robotic dog Spot to ‘play’ with. While we don’t know how much exactly it costs, we read that it costs “less than a car,” which translates to “very expensive.”
Poop Cube from design-centric Superpet is a new cat litter box that beats traditional litter box by miles in both the looks and functionality departments. It is a stylish enclosed cat litter that contains the odor and prevents tracking.
The market is no shortage of automatic cat litter. So, it mostly comes down to aesthetics and how it actually functions. In case you are in the market for one, here’s one somewhat The Jetsons kind of futuristic litter box.
Ýrúrarí, aka Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, is an Icelandic artist with a passion for knitting. Not just any regular old knitting that would worthy as ugly Christmas sweater. She knits rather bizarre and quirky knitted apparels.
Not only did Frank Miura, the Japanese parody brand of Swiss hyper luxury watch brand Franck Muller, won the rights to keep its trademark back in 2017, but it is growing and expanding into the realm beyond timepieces.
You got yourself the Evangelion guitar amp and pedal, and soon, you will be able to rock the complete Evangelion-themed musical instrument setup with the Fender 2020 Evangelion Asuka Telecaster.
You have seen impossible bottles. You have probably seen a variety of objects built inside the confine of glass bottles – among which ship in the bottle is perhaps the most common. Now meet Risshi, a Japanese hobbyist who builds Gundam model kits inside empty alcoholic beverage bottles.