Posts tagged ‘boat’

September 23, 2010

Jumping the Shark: The Innespace Seabreacher X

by Matt Forcey

The Seabreacher X: admit it, you'd soil yourself if this came at you.

If you saw this thing on your neighbor’s trailer, you’d laugh at him. “What sort of pretentious man-child buys a boat shaped like a shark,” you’d scoff into your mugaccino, secure in the knowledge that you’d never shell out for something so ridiculous.

But you might change your tune if you caught him down at the lake and watched him pulling 50mph (80km/h) barrel rolls, then diving under the surface and launching the thing 12-feet (3.6m) into the air like some sort of evil mechanical dolphin.

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September 15, 2010

Local Art Critic Calls Cops on Exhibition

by Matt Forcey

There are two kinds of naked in the art world: “Performance art” and “Call the police.”  Saturday’s show at Conner Contemporary Art (in Washington D.C.) featured both, which made for a lively opening night.

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September 15, 2010

Baccarat Meets Bomb-Proof Glass on the High Seas

by Matt Forcey

The interior of Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichencko’s 394-foot yacht has never before been viewed by the public — until now.

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