Wh-wh-who-whoa! What just happened? A couple of us at Giz just woke up from some Inception-like mind warp this week. Did we just overrun a Lower East Side gallery, fill it with the best, most coveted gear and exclusive exhibitions before clearing everything out, painting over the walls, and sweeping up mountains…
Over a span of only three months we successfully dreamt up and executed our best Gallery ever. That timing is extremely short, and without the exceptional people who helped there wouldn't have been a Gizmodo Gallery at all. Thank you.
There's a lot of very good products out there. Well done people who make them! But in every category, one of them has to be the best. These are the Bestmodo.
Technology is beautiful. Products aren't just tools. They provoke your emotions. You all know this feeling. Sometimes a product beckons you. it speaks to the most carnal yearnings in your heart. You want it. Not because you need it, or because it's expensive. Not even because it's necessarily the best at whatever…
Some products were perfect in the past. They fulfilled a singular need so well that perfection, in some small sliver of our existence, suddenly seemed attainable. They helped usher in a new epoch of product consciousness. Far from gone, their influence lives on in the countless derivations we all use every day.
I can't believe the incredible joy this little girl experiences when she wins a ball from Gizmodo Gallery's Santa Claw. DON'T WORRY LITTLE GIRL! SANTA CLAW WILL SEND YOU A BALL BECAUSE YOU ARE THE SPECIALEST GIRL OF THE HOLIDAYS EVER.
Woohoo! So far this week I've been shot in the face with Nerf guns, blown away by a massive home theater, and tickled to tears of joy by the Santa Claw. Today at Gizmodo Gallery, you get a dose of geeky arts and crafts stimulation.
We promised you the chance to shoot us in the face and on the coldest, rainiest, grossest night in weeks, you guys lined up down the block for the opportunity. What the hell guys? You shot me in the eye.
We've been talking a lot about our big ass home theater, and today we're going to conduct our in-depth home theater demo. Translation: we are gonna watch some loud-ass movie, and you are going to enjoy it. Yes.
VH1 correspondent and comedienne Michelle Collins visited the 2011 Gizmodo Gallery for VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live. Watch the clip above!
Instagrams are amazing, but there's something...intangable about them. If you swing by the gallery from 3pm-6PM today, we'll be making them into real-life prints using Instaprint—the location-aware photobooth for Instagram.
Ouch, my head hurts. I don't know if it's because I had a little too much to drink or if I just experienced far too many different kinds of incredible at the #GizmodoGallery opening last night. Woz hung out! Antics ensued! We almost broke Santa Claw! Has anybody seen Mascari?
If you're in NYC or within a stones throw and you're not planning on coming to our reader meetup on Wednesday at Gizmodo Gallery, you're missing a killer opportunity to score a free Nerf Gun and to hang out with/shoot at your favorite writer.
Meet Carter Emmart. He has spectacular hair and an unbelievably cool job title: Director of Astrovisualization at the American Museum of Natural History. And on Wednesday night at 7pm, he's bringing his badass 3-D Atlas of the Universe to Gizmodo Gallery.
After months of preparing the space and a crazy weekend of construction, Gizmodo Gallery is finally ready. Here's a rundown of today's planned events. Stop by!