Nerd Nightly News: Guitar Heroes Edition
Yoda, Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi and even Jabba the Hutt get new, whimsical looks, and there's even a bit of Geisel-inspired poetry to go with it.
Confidential to A. Watson: here's a free sequel idea: "Horton Senses a Disturbance in the Force."
The works of the late John Chamberlain, a sculptor who specialized in destroying cars, galvanized steel, aluminum foil and other metals, are currently on display at New York's Guggenheim Museum.
Thanks to some clever hackers, though, you can download a replacement version of the audio tour that, er, transforms the Chamberlain exhibit into a chronicle of the Decepticon defeat of the Autobots in the robot wars of 2028.
It's even narrated by a fake art expert, "Patricia Redgrave," a leading scholar in the field of Transformers-related art.
You can download "Artobots" for yourself at Art Tour Hack.