Brazilian artist Billy Butcher has created some really good looking superhero beer design concepts. The project is titled The Comic Book Super Drunk Hangout. This collection is all about a certain type of hero. Antiheroes, or not heroes at all.
Counterfeit products are a huge problem for manufacturers these days. There have been numerous attempts to reduce counterfeits by attaching small one or two color holograms to goods and credit cards, but they’ve been fairly easy for sophisticated copycats to clone.
Man, 3.5-inch disks. I still can’t believe that just a decade after the demise of the floppy, a pocket-sized iPod Nano can hold than 11,378 times more data than a single 3.5-inch disk. How far we’ve come.
The guys over at Evil Mad Scientist Labs created these wacky stickers that you can slap on the boxes from your gadgets, video games and software.
The labels say “Now Slower and with More Bugs”, making them perfect on a copy of Windows Vista or maybe even Mac OS X Leopard.
Actually, you can only make your own fake Atari 2600 box art with this fun online image generator, but it’s still fun.
You can create your own goofy labels over at Label Maker 2600. The site lets you upload your own image, a game title, as well as your colors and copyright notice.
This is one of those “why didn’t I think of that?” ideas… These little vinyl labels can be stuck on your power cords and other cables so you can easily identify what cable connects to what device.
ID Pilot Wire Identification Labels feature icons of everything from blenders to computer monitors, and cost $6 per “theme” pack.