Friday, April 30, 2010


To celebrate the release of IRON MAN 2 - Diesel presents Iron Man, a limited edition of their Only The Brave fragrance.
The scent is described as having top notes of lemon blossom, mandarin and coriander leaves, a heart of labdanum, black rose and lavender, and a dry down of amber, tolu wood and ebony wood.
The bottle is painted in red and gold to match Iron Man's suit

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Volkswagen Bik.e | Foldable Electric Bicycle

VW has just introduced this foldable electric bike called 'Bik.e'. A battery powered pedaless bicycle that folds into a flat disc and fits nicely into the spare tire compartment found in the bottom of most car trunks.

 See it in action

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Iron Man 2 Mighty Muggs | Hasbro

Toys "R" Us Exclusive - Hasbro has released  Iron Man Mighty Muggs from SDCC ’09 as a tie-in to the upcoming live action feature film Iron Man 2.

War Machine + Iron Man 

Iron Man Mighty Muggs

Iron Man wave 1 | SDCC 2008 Exclusive | Iron Man wave 5 | Iron Man 2 TRU | War Machine TRU

My Mighty Muggs Collection

Marvel | Star Wars | G.I.Joe | Transformers | Indiana Jones

Blank White and some of the exclusives

Mighty Muggs inspired?! Smurf figure from Playskool 

Trussardi 1911 City Bike

For the style conscious commuters, Italian luxury brand Trussardi is presenting their version of a city bike - The Trussardi 1911.
The bike comes with a bike tool bag, saddle and wheel cover in trademark camouflage motif [The front and rear bags are sold separately]

Click here for more info and if you want to purchase this nicely crafted bike.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Microlady from The Microman Material Force Series | Takara

Takara Material Force series was design for fans and collectors to create their own custom Microman figures using the "blank" core body (i.e. "materials") provided by Takara. 

Toys r Us Exclusive, the Microlady Figure has 30 points of articulation. 

 ML-02 Froid [White-M]

It comes in 3 variants [chest size - S, M, & L] for every color. Each color and bust size has its own name and designation

Six pairs of extra hands

 ML-02 Froid in action with some of my white Stikfas figures

Read more of Takara's Microlady

Orange Flavored M&M's

Can't stop poppin' on these flavored m&m's. If you like orange flavored chocolates, I'm sure you're gonna love these with a little extra [the crispy outer shells of m&m's candies]

It says on the package that it's limited. I hope they change their mind and make it a regular flavor.


Friday, April 23, 2010

White Mammut Children's Stool | IKEA

Now in White! A recognizable Children's Furniture - Mammut stool designed by M Kjelstrup and A Östgaard for IKEA
Other colors: green, pink, blue and yellow

Width: 35 cm
Diameter: 30 cm
Height: 30 cm

 Mega Munny standing on a Mammut 
[behind is my newly acquired Eames Elephant Chair

A good idea for big toys stand

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Crayola Crayon Executive Pen

The Crayola Crayon Executive Pen is the Pen that Looks Like a Crayon.

A real ballpoint pen inside a crayon looking shell. The pen has a brass body to give it the weight and feel of a pricey pen. Turn the end to reveal the ball point. The Crayola Crayon Executive Pen measures 5″ long and uses standard ballpoint pen refills. Available in red, black, blue, or green.

The Crayola Executive Pen is available from Perpetual Kid

Kidrobot x ilovedust | Put It Together MUNNY Men's T-Shirt

Designed in collaboration with ilovedust, this 100% cotton t-shirt features plastisol assembly instruction graphics on the front and a plastisol ilovedust logo on the back bottom right. 

Kidrobot x SSUReal | From the Cradle to the Grave

"SSUReal From the Cradle to the Grave is a 6-inch, matte black vinyl skull featuring gold chrome-plated ABS teeth, articulated jaw, and a unique, embossed sylvan pattern covering the entire surface of the cranium. Also features a gold embossed Kidrobot x SSUR logo on the base of the skull."
SSUReal from the Cradle to the Grave (6”) is limited to 200 pieces and is available from Kidrobot Black for $200.

Photos are from Kidrobot Black

Sunday, April 18, 2010

PUMA's New Sustainable Packaging Designed by Yves Behar

"After more than ten years of successful implementation of its social and environmental standards (, PUMA launched the next pivotal phase of its ambitious long-term sustainability program on April 13th at the Design Museum in London. By introducing its cutting-edge sustainable packaging and distribution system by renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar, PUMA set new standards within the retail industry. The new innovative solution will significantly reduce the amount of waste and CO2 emissions that traditional product packaging such as shoe-boxes and apparel polyethylene bags generate and underpins PUMA’s target of reducing carbon, energy, water, and waste by 25%, and developing 50% of its international product collections in footwear, apparel and accessories according to best practice sustainability standards by 2015."


 Photos from fuseproject
 read more at PUMAVISION

Disney x Star Wars Vinylmation

Disney's Vinylmation has announced a Star Wars based line. Here's a sneak peek of a stylized artwork of the two characters from the line.
 Darth Vader
Blank Figure

See more Vinylmation figures at Disney Store

Friday, April 16, 2010

Cargo and Decoy | Roberto Chabet

“Cargo and Decoy” by conceptual artist Roberto Chabet was first installed over twenty years ago at the Pinaglabanan Galleries.

“Cargo and Decoy” is the last of a trilogy of works, which began with “Russian Paintings” in 1984 and “House Painting” in 1986. In these exhibitions, Chabet utilizes his signature material - store-bought plywood boards. It is a material, which has become not only the surface and support of his paintings, but to a large extent its subject matter and content.

“Cargo and Decoy” derives its title from the South Pacific cargo cult in which stick and stone decoys of the white man’s aircrafts are made to attract the white man’s cargo of material goods. Chabet explained that all art-making shares this illusory aspect of the cargo cult. The work has to do with the recognition that the art object, which is often taken as a decoy for reality, is reality itself. He added however “meaning in art tends to shift unpredictably. In the wink of an eye, the real may revert back to being a decoy.”

More than 20 years later, Chabet’s “Cargo and Decoy” remains to remind us that “the art object as decoy - as illusion - is often more interesting.

On view until April 18 at MO_Space, Bonifacio High Street. For inquiries, please call 856-2748 or email
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