Constructed by New Zealander Rudy Heeman, this incredible homemadehovercraft swoops over a lake at incredibly high speeds. When it hits 70 kph, it stops hovering and starts flying. It's pretty impressive that he put this together in his garage.
When Lexington, Kentucky resident Charlie Kratzer wanted a home full of fine art, he transformed his basement into a live-in museum with $10 in Sharpies. Trompe-l'oeil architecture and references from Picasso to Poirot make this the best rec room ever.
Not content to limit themselves to revolt-by-t-shirt, MTV contractors have slipped these stickers under the doors of all their colleagues this morning, and asked fellow employees to "Please support your current and future freelance friends and colleagues by wearing this sticker tonight at the holiday party." Says a worker: "They are all over the floor and under the door of every office and on every desk. ROCK IT!"
Director Darren Aronofsky finally put up the commentary tracks to "The Fountain" on his website—because they were rudely omitted from the DVD by Warner Bros.—but all the downloads crashed his server. New files coming shortly. We wonder if in his commentary he realized the future-segment of his film isn't about what his press materials kept saying it was about! [DA]