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The Strange Company’s Mind-ALTERING T-Shirts: Epitome Of Cool

The Strange Company has launched a cool new Kickstarter for its Mind-ALTERING T-Shirts, which celebrate the lives of 31 of the world’s greatest thinkers. Authors, artists, inventors, philosophers — they may have done a lot of cool things in life, but they never really looked the part — until now! A sampling of the 31 shirts include: George Orwell, Edgar Allan Poe, Leonardo da Vinci, H.G. Wells, Carl G. Jung, Mark Twain, and Mary Shelley (my personal favorite). If you have a love for history and risk-takers, these are the shirts that you’ll want to add to your casual wardrobe. Read More

Glide Skateboards: Old Board, New Tricks

Glide Skateboards are hand-shaped decks inspired by creator and designer Brian Lopez’ love for surfing. Since we’re pretty big fans of each around here, we thought we’d fill you guys in on the current Kickstarter project that Lopez has running. Each of these boards are beautifully shaped and constructed from repurposed floorboards. The surfboard’s influence shows through with every line and contour. There are a variety of designs you can choose from with the cheapest starting at $225 and topping out at $400 for the “High Art” series of designs. If you want a Glide Skateboard cheaper than that, you Read More

Automatic Link Is RunKeeper For Your Car

Your car needs an app to know if it’s in optimum health just like you do. Well, Automatic Link is here to be your four-wheeled baby’s RunKeeper. Automatic Link starts as a device that can be plugged in to your car’s diagnostic port to track gas consumption, driving habits and engine performance. The device monitors driving habits of the user and sends alerts to an app on the driver’s smartphone. It can also tell you when you’re wasting gas by braking hard, rapidly accelerating, or speeding. As with the human body, simply monitoring the level and quality of activity can Read More

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Go-Float Boat Brings Electric To The Water Better Than Anyone

The Go-Float Vector is one of four in the company’s line of electric boats and one of the only electric planing boats in existence. While it isn’t considered the company’s “bestseller,” it definitely brings the goods in the usability department with speeds of up to 25 miles per hour and 10 hours of cruising time before ever needing a recharge. It’s 100 percent electric and powered by lithium, and it isn’t too shabby in the looks department either. Specifically, the Vector is driven by an inboard, liquid cooled, brushless AC motor powered by a lightweight 72v rechargeable lithium ion battery Read More

Fire Hose Belts Come With A Unique Story

Optix International Fire Hose Belts are a pretty cool new creation for keeping your britches up in style. Created by a firefighter, this unique fashion line is crafted from retired fire hoses from different cities throughout the country. Further clarifying, they are made from decommissioned and out of service fire hoses that were actually used to battle blazes all over the US. Each belt comes with a tag that tells a story from that fire department of the cities that used them, right down to the truck that it rode with for years. As a bonus, a percentage of sales Read More

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Pixel Noir: 16-Bit RPG Investigation Throwback

We definitely don’t see enough 16-bit RPG these days, so when something as good as Pixel Noir comes along, it makes us stand up and take notice. The game features numerous battles, investigation scenes, and classic RPG styling with cut scene motion comics for a beautifully hand-drawn experience that will provide hours of entertainment. Pixel Noir will be available for PC, Mac, iOS, PS4, Android, and Vita. Here’s the story breakdown from the Kickstarter page:  “Pixel Noir follows the story of a Private Eye, dismissed from the police force when he blew up a hospital, killing hundreds of innocent people. Read More

RumLuck Art Book: A Gorgeous Hardback Time Warp

Sacramento artist Nooligan’s star should be on the rise once you get a look at some of the breathtaking Americana drawings he’s conjured up for the art book Rumluck. Each of the released drawings have a tender, romantic feel that captures life in the early 20th Century with a modern, comic book feel. The theme will throw you back to images of old newspaper strips, classic cartoons, early automobiles, picture shows, barbershops and traveling circuses. A time when everyone smoked, people believed in their country, no one locked their doors, and children played all day in the street. Format-wise, the Read More

Woodies Clothing: Shirts Especially For You (And No One Else)

Men are a diverse breed, and it seems a little silly to buttonhole us into three or four sizes when it comes to dress shirts. In most circles, all we’re referred to as, are Small, Medium, Large, and XL. Woodies Clothing believes there is a better way, and they seek to prove it with a line of shirts that carry a tailored fit, custom fabrics, and quality construction. Each shirt of the Woodies Clothing line is made especially for you through micro manufacturing and one-on-one interaction. The shirts are priced at a surprisingly affordable $68 (considering there is no mass Read More