This site features a number of images of cartoon drawings that are reaching out or interacting with the artists hands in the drawing. The first cartoon has a butcher grabbing the artist's wrist right through the page. The second cartoon has a Japanese ninja woman slicing the artist's pencil into pieces. These are followed by the artist keeping a gorilla at bay with his pen and holding a rabid dog away from him by the collar. The real question is did the artist take photos of his own hands or draw them? If he took photos did he take the photos before or after he drew the cartoons? I'm going to go with the artist took photos of his hand positions beforehand and then drew the cartoons to match.
This has got to be one of the funniest commercial's I've seen since the Trunk Monkey. It had me rolling on the floor. The commercial is for a beeper company but the commercial itself really has nothing to do with beepers at all. Anyway this guy picks a girl up for a blind date and she gets in the car while he goes around the other side. This one is too funny to give away beforehand so you'll just have to watch it for yourself. The best part is near the end when the guy says "We have chemistry here? You feel it?". I had to watch this five times or so.
In this video a guy is standing in his hotel room in the middle of a large city. He has a parachute on and then hotel room window is open. Someone else is there with him and they have a helmet on (not sure what for). He says something to the other person and then jumps out the open window while holding the video camera and falls for maybe two to three seconds before pulling his parachute chord. Navigating between the buildings with his parachute he chooses an empty street (though he probably scoped it out beforehand) and comes down for a landing. After he lands in the middle of the empty street and he is gathering up his parachute a taxi driver pulls up who saw him land and tells him to be careful. The base jumper guy says something like "I came out of the sky".