Saturday, 10 May 2014

One man's trash...

Design doesn't always have to be materialistic and self indulgent and Gregory Kloehn proves it.
Using junk that gets dumped by people on the daily became the materials Kloehn needed to create tiny
mobile shelters for the homeless.
With a little cash, junk and a bit of imagination, the outcome was pretty cool.
Sure..some of them may look like quirky dog houses, but it's pretty impressive what can be made with limited resources and it's all recycled so who can complain!
photos via visualnews

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Thursday, 8 May 2014

Jerk Balloons.

You know when you have an argument with someone and then hours later you're lying in bed thinking: "DAMNIT why didn't I say that?" 
Well have no fear, just buy a Jerk Balloon. What's that you ask? Well, it's a balloon for a jerk!
Waheeey life is great again.

If you really wanna buy one just click the photo and show that jerk some helium hate.



Saturday, 3 May 2014

One Vine Day.

I had the opportunity to help set designer/prop maker Lou Blackshaw with her next store installation.
The idea was to create loads of paper vines, all hand crafted with a scalpel.
Hopefully when there's a enough, they can hang from a staircase in a sort of Romeo and Juliet style.

Thanks for reading x