The limited edition cult decor site Skuzzles has two Stargate posters available although you’ll have to be quick before they both sell out. Created by Kilin Eng both are printed by DL Screenprinting and feature only 8 colours. The gold poster uses metallic inks too. The Swedish artist frequently shares designs over on Tumblr.
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Want something different for your office wall this year? I think The Calendar of Sexy Monsters would be perfect. Except, well, when I say “sexy monsters” we’re not really even edging into hentai territory. These sexy monsters are spoof, not sexy at all, just plain silly – but remarkable, different and discussion worthy. They can […]
< PreviousWizards without Coats[The End] This is the last in the current series of Wizards without Coats. As it turns out it could also be the first in a new series of Famous Last Words. The Rakshasa isn’t a demon lord one should mock.
This video features a guy holding a giraffe. It also showcases Razer’s latest piece of tech – which is software not hardware. The Android app allows gamers to use their smartphone to talk to any of their pals who are in-game with the Razer Comms PC client. The same app also allows gamers to reply […]
This might not be straight out of Doctor Who but it’s very clever. It just goes to show what these quadcopter units can do. Okay, I’ve not counted all the blades… and, oh wait, there’s this landing issue. How does it land? Hats off to the Flyonix team for a cracking design and video.
ASUS have launched the PadFone Mini in Taiwan. It’s not a common concept in Europe nor does it appear to be so in the States but I like it. This is a 4.3 inch phone that slides into a 7 inch tablet. The video touches on some of the reasons why I like the tech […]
The interesting thing about Doctor Who, highlighted in more than one of the documentaries released around the 50th anniversary celebration of the show, is how different each Doctor has been. More so , it’s interesting to note just how much earlier Doctors have influenced the characteristics and actions of those that followed. The Third Doctor, […]
An empire armed with fledgling technology; rifles, basic artillery, air balloons and even early cameras invades a nearby country ruled by mages and werewolves. The set up for Tanya Huff‘s The Silvered seems to offer a little for everyone and be designed to lure in gamers. I must admit that the mashup of a setting […]
The BBC America trailer for the Christmas 2013 trailer for “The Time of the Doctor” puts the writing on the wall. Like the Pandorica the events at Trenzalore are there to trap the Doctor. Can the future be changed? The clip shows Silence doing something other than being spooky, shooting lightening out of their dodgy […]
The Cubicle 7 team has been scouring the darkest corners of London seeking forbidden knowledge for their Kickstarter project Cthulhu Britannica: London. Writer David Wade invites you to join him to peruse a selection of weird and wonderful tales from the city. [Find out more] 1. The Oldest Mummy in the World In 1892, Sir […]