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GOGO Log Radio

GOGO Log Radio

Design studio GOGO believe you should work for your consumer goods, rather than expect something perfectly-formed dropping off the production-line.  Their latest item, called "Log Radio", is pretty much exactly as the name might suggest: a length of wood with radio hardware installed and the buyer left to saw off their new gadget.

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Gear’s Heart by Haruki Nakamura: papercraft videos

Gear’s Heart by Haruki Nakamura: papercraft videos

These papercraft sculptures have been around for some time now, but there's nothing like a little hand-cranked hypnosis for kicking off a Tuesday morning.  The work of Paper engineer Haruki Nakamura, it was actually submitted to an art contest back in 2005.

Check out the hypnotic Gear's Heart video after the cut

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First Half Life 2: Episode 3 concept art

First Half Life 2: Episode 3 concept art

As gamers, we are always starved for information on upcoming titles. We are constantly scouring the internets in search for some one-liner mentioned by a studio exec, or a screenshot hidden on a company website. When we do find such a tasty morsel, it makes for a great day. That being said, Half-Life fans may want to go take a leak before peering at the picture below.

Joe Blow’s Raygunz – art with geek appeal

Joe Blow’s Raygunz – art with geek appeal

If you have a thing for the classic Sci-Fi references, these handmade raygunz would be great to have sitting on your desk. Granted they probably won't hurt anyone, that is unless you throw it at their head, but they're still cool.

Genpets are the coolest toys to scare your friends

Genpets are the coolest toys to scare your friends

Many little girls had Barbie dolls and other random baby dolls they would tote around, including myself. Yet I have to say, if I had one of these as a kid, I would have tossed out every single Barbie doll to get my hands on just one.

Draper Fine Art for Flatscreens motorized LCD screen covers

Draper Fine Art for Flatscreens motorized LCD screen covers

I love a bit of motorized home automation, and I know a lot of SlashGear readers feel the same way, so if your tastes lean to the traditional (and by traditional I'm talking reproduction tapestries) then Draper's Fine Art for Flatscreens might suit.  Part of the company's 'Conceal Reveal' range of remote-control screen covers, Draper has got together with Fine Art Tapestries - who are apparently "the largest tapestry weaver in the world", and who am I to argue - to offer forty different classic and not-so-classic reproductions to hide your flatscreen TV with.