Okay, we’ve already seen the snug-fit spray-on tees, but for those looking for something a bit more formal, the Pseudomorph dress would be a better outfit. Well, that is speaking the sci-fi futuristic kind of way, because the dresses don’t actually look ready for a day out. The pneumatic control valves in the neckpiece pump ink designs into the absorbent dress material, creating unique designs. The dress requires a 9V battery to function, and has been created by designer Anouk Wipprecht.
The Aluminum Falcon is a sculpture made out of cardboard, aluminum tape, and styrofoam. And while its inspiration may be a spaceship from the Star Wars universe, this one would be better off avoiding any kind of force.
Typomaps display the world map with Typography. The idea started off as a simple design, went on to win the IF Design Award. Typomaps have print on both the front and the back, and cost 49 Euros ($68).
Here’s another one of those not-porn porn things. If classic movie posters were given a makeover, a porn makeover that is. We guess everyone would be afraid of the “Dong of the Dead” but “Ejacula” would likely be more funny than horror or porn.
Why you need a barking dog-head on the door is something we will not discuss, but if you want one, this dog could very well fit the bill. It comes with seasonal costumes and welcome signs to be ready for work all through the year. Actually, the easter bunny dog looks kind of funny. Costs $15.
Usual censoring of porn includes making the naughty bits too hazy or pixilated to see. Photographer Von Brandis’ take on the subject however, is a lot more dramatic, it is porn censored to the max. It can’t be objectionable that way, or can it?
This giant Mini Countryman advertisement is located in 1.5 hectares of cornfield, intending to embody the company’s “From town to country and back again” campaign. We couldn’t care about campaigns, what we see are just the crop circles.
One insanely funny way to announce the arrival of a boy!
A salesman in Taiwan has put up scarecrows that resemble Michael Jackson in his iconic poses. We imagine those scarecrows would really spook birds out.
London-based designer Claire-Anne O’Brien creates unique knitted cushions for stools, or rather, creates stools with unique cushions. Whichever way you decide to put it, the stools do look kind of good.