Hilarious sign hack from the 2008 election. Spotted in New Hampshire.
Those crazy MIT hackers have struck again with a new hack on the Great Dome. This time the pranksters attached the first seven notes of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” essentially Rick Rolling all of Cambridge.
Of course there is a rich history of “hacking” at MIT and you can read about all the old classics at hacks.mit.edu. The Great Dome is a popular target– the R2D2 and police car hacks are among my favorites from the past.
There’s a great book documenting all of the best MIT hacks (which by the way is the campus term for pranks).
Brooklyn street artist D.Billy recently executed two new “conversions” in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Previously: D.Billy’s Balloon-Based Street Art
Here’s a cool video of a simple hack on a traffic light on a bike lane in Berlin. Using tape, a prankster transformed the light into a heart, star, and drop of water.
This is either an awesome hack, or a very clever marketing campaign on the part of Dreamworks.
(sent in by Dan Berman.)