Bench Presses Advertisement into Bare Thighs: The ad agency DDB Auckland altered benches to press an advertisement for Superette, a clothing chain in New Zealand, into the bare legs of people who sit on them. They read "Short shorts on sale Superette"
faucet looks more like an elegant test tube inverted on top of a tap. The glass tube holds exactly one liter of water, sufficient for a quick handwash. The theory being that we waste almost six liters of water and use only one, while washing hands.
Floor graphic that uses humans to re-create fleas on this dog. This giant “floor sticker” was placed in a shopping centre in Indonesia, the ad is for Frontline Flea & Tick Spray and uses the slogan, “Get them off your dog.
The 'Leaf-band-aid' is made of a special color-changing material indicating to the wearer that it’s time to switch out, its functionally and aesthetically superior alternative that looks and works better than any band-aid before it. READ MORE at Yanko D
The Shield Satchel’s design logic is a rather interesting one. It doesn’t solve a conventional problem, but rather, brings about a balance in the scales of justice. With the amount of political unrest in today’s world, with people rallying to protest decisions made by our governments, or fellow citizens, or even civic bodies, the Shield Satchel becomes a personal safety device.