Can't say Coca-Cola is a particularly cool brand right now, so creating these Daft Punk x Coca-Cola Club Coke Limited Edition Bottles is something of a masterstroke.
Produced in two colourways (the silver and gold above), the bottles are intended to mimic the helmets worn by the French electro duo and should be available from March 2011 in very limited numbers at selected clubs. If you don't attend such hip establishments, you can buy one from the equally hip Colette in a collector's box. No pricing on those, so keep your eyes peeled on the website.
The band has also done Coca Cola a new theme tune - check that out over the page. Colette website
Sometimes, looks can far exceed the reality of actually using an object. We suspect that's the case with Rap Battle, although we hope it's not the case.
According to the write up, the aim of the game is to be the first player to earn $1000 by rapping, which you'll do by picking up Rap card and Star cards, as well as throwing a dice to pick your tune. That tune is played out via the boom box and if successful, you pocket the cash.
Love the boom box, not convinced it'll be a good game. But at £19.99, it sounds like a lot of fun if you have a houseful after a night on the town.
Yes, the Beastie Boys have teamed up with Nixon for a timepiece - specifically the Nixon x Beastie Boys Time Teller Watch.
Available in four colours, the watch is anything but subtle, with a picture of Mike D in a yacht captain's uniform, with the band logo and a quote from that same Beastie on the strap.
But aside from the humour, it has a serious side too, with a percentage of profits going to a charity chosen by the band. £75.25 gets you one at Colette online. See all the colour options over the page.
Can you believe it's not 20 years since De La Soul released their debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising? So what better way to celebrate this milestone with the De La Soul x Kidrobot 3 Feet High and Rising mini figures.
Yes, your very own wacky hip hop crew, three inches tall and all with their own set of individual accessories, as well as being sold in 'futuristic space travel boxes', whichv apparently symbolise the band's 'mission to take hip-hop to the stratosphere and beyond'.