Matt Smith is out and Peter Capaldi is in but the man who made bow-ties cool will always be in our hearts. The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Eleventh Doctor Deluxe Framed Print is a great way to remember the man who was the Doctor when […]
It’s been a long while since the guy with the big nose and extra-long scarf bounced around time and space in the TARDIS but the Fourth Doctor 50th Anniversary Deluxe Framed Print lets Doctor Who fans know that #4 will always be around in Whovian […]
Instagrams are all over the Interwebz these days, providing wisdom and laughter wherever they go, but you can’t eat them; not even if you print them out. The Instagram Chocolate Card adds the extra dimension of taste by letting you have a photo and personalized […]
Digital photography has forever changed the ways photographs are taken and stored, but what do you do with all those pictures taken BD (Before Digital)? The iPICS2GO Negative to iPhone Scanner lets you bring all those old photos, slides, and negatives into the 21st century […]
Hey, what’s the big idea? The Three Stooges have schooled us on ROFL with their spontaneous acts of violence and moronic behavior. It’s no wonder that Hollywood recently decided to resurrect them on the big screen. The Three Stooges By the Nose Photo Cutout immortalizes the trio as Moe demonstrates who’s the […]
2012 isn’t turning out so bad after all. We’re almost at the halfway point and no new signs of the Zombie Apocalypse. With all our zombie reading material starting to stack up, I’m actually rooting for a little brain eating, headshot-stopping action. And as it […]
GeekAlerts showed you the cool La Sardina Western Edition Cameras from Lomography in the past. While those models appealed to fans of steampunk and the Old West, the La Sardina Pattern Editions Cameras will appeal to artistic fans that enjoy color, shapes and standout style […]
If you are looking for some cool wall art to keep your ever-changing mood satisfied, you could drop some serious cash on the Giant Scrabble Wall Game or go with this Sands Of Time 360 Degree Rotating Wall Art. Handmade by Klaus Bosch in Austria, […]
Do you have a lifeless wall that needs some color? Add depth, dimension and loads of color while designing your own configuration of squares when you have Square Root Wall Art. Add, subtract, multiply. Interactive art installation color blocks countless configurations in pollen, white, sprout, lobster, swoon, buzz, fog on DIY […]
Lomography just announced the release of the Special Edition Golden Lomography Cameras. With three models to choose from (Fisheye 2, Diana F+, and Diana Mini), Goldfinger himself would be very impressed. These cameras offer a unique perspective on photo taking. Not only do they combine […]
I recently stumbled upon an old family photo album, which had a paper enveloped tucked inside that was stuffed with old film negatives. I thought of having most of it re-developed at the photo shop but after doing a final count on the number of […]
Even Time Lords need to plan their daily events and what better way to keep track of everything than to write it down on your very own Doctor Who 2012 Wall Calendar. This 2012 calendar is full of great color photos of the eleventh Doctor […]
Here’s a clever take on the old school photo album. The SD Old School Photo Album combines the old with the new. It’s a photo album that is shaped like an SD memory card, which is of course where you would normally store your digital […]
Have you ever watched a show on Discovery Channel or on National Geographic and wondered how they managed to take photos and videos of a certain area for weeks or even months on end? If you’ve ever wanted to take some yourself, then you might […]
Polaroid cameras used to be the hottest thing around before the digital age was born. You could take a photo then wait a few minutes and actually have a printed copy right there in your hands; granted you never knew if it was going to […]
This little gadget is something as weird as a mini replica of a BMW car that features motion and sound detection functionality and has a built-in camcorder.
A Polaroid instant camera might not be the most common choice of equipment when taking photos these days, but the retro style those kind of photographs have is still a popular look when it comes to adding frames to digital photos for example.
This mini digital photo frame, small enough to hang on a keychain, features a 1.5-inches color display, a built-in clock and a calendar, and the capacity to store over 100 photos.
Sony has released a series of new digital photo frames featuring AVCHD video playback with stereo sound, integrated color printer and free engraving service with online orders.
For those of you who enjoyed last year’s Retro Style USB 2.0 Webcam, here’s a tiny LED projector in a similar cool looking old school design that should be right up your alley.