Bulletproof teamed up with NWEN to create packaging for the 125th anniversary of the iconic Coca Cola brand. The commemorative 330ml cans have Varga girl prints that look back at the brand, while keeping the packaging fairly in line with modern times.
For all the love breasts get, would there be something that could be considered excessive? Could we ever tire of nipples? “Profound” as these questions may be, the answer would probably come easy after you take a good look at Nicola Costantino‘s collection titled Human Furriery. On display at a museum in Zurich, the collection includes clothes, shoes and accessories, all made from faux human skin, and patterned with human-like nipples. In a way, we do stop finding nipples awesome (or sexual) when they are on shoes and on soccer balls.
We’ve always felt the need for a tactile keyboard to go along touchscreen devices; one that keeps our pudgy fingers happy as well. there is only one fitting solution to that problem, a full-sized keyboard. WOW-Keys keyboard has laptop-style soft keys, and a dedicated dock for iPhone and iPod Touch. It doesn’t exactly go well with the mobile devices, but can work pretty well when you’re sitting comfortably in the den. To be available on May 24, the keyboard is priced at $100.
Dude strolls in the park, playing Mario in real life and eating ‘shrooms. Uh, that last word explains it all.
Finally, Osama Bin Laden is dead. US President Obama said in a late address to the nation, “Tonight I can announce to the American people, and to the world, the United States has conducted an operation that has killed bin Laden.” Laden was hiding deep inside Pakistan, in a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
The quest for the perfect toast is never-ending for many of us, but we do usually settle for a quick, edible toast. Especially when its about the morning rush and time is scarce. Designed by Mateusz Główka, the Roastie Toaster promises to quickly toast the bread to perfection in a comparatively shorter time. The orb shaped toaster is a concept right now, and sadly can only handle one slice at a time, which probably makes its claims of being “quicker” somewhat brittle.
Here at Randommization, we’ve always been proud of our artistic skills on an Etch-a-Sketch. Obviously, all that pride was before we came across the Etch-a-Sketch art of George Vlosich, and now we’re busy hiding and erasing all those stupid drawings we made. The artist started off simple, and then moved on to some real complex and classy artwork, all created on the children’s toy. You can imagine the hard work that goes into each of these pieces, considering the artist has to start over if there is a single mistake in the work.