Japanese designer Taku Omura has come up with an amusing project in which he 3D prints famous brand logos into everyday items you can use at home or office. Continue reading »
This master of mockery is Italian college student Emanuele Ferrari. It’s fun seeing how he transforms everyday items like toilet paper and egg cartons into outfits that actually resemble expensive fashion. Continue reading »
Aren’t you bored of same old “Made in China” or Ikea household products? Well we have a nice refreshment for you! This Polish wood workshop PLA j STER makes some of the prettiest wooden items that will make you kitchen much more “folkish” but also elegant and warm. All of these items are handwork carved from wood, copper, steel and leather so their products are original and excellent in their simplicity. Continue reading »
A Former Janitor Collects And Photographs The Items Seized From Immigrants And Thrown Away By U.S. Customs And Border Patrol
It started with toothbrushes. Arizona-based photographer Thomas Kiefer had been working part-time as a janitor at the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol in Ajo, some 40 miles from the Mexican border, for several years when he acted on his impulse to salvage— and to catalog—some of the hundreds of personal items thrown away in the facility. As hopeful American immigrants, many of them illegal, were apprehended and brought to the station, personal objects deemed “non-essential” were seized and disposed of during processing. With El Sueno Americano, or The American Dream, Kiefer tells the story of those who risked their freedom and their lives to cross the border through the many possessions they had to leave behind. Continue reading »
The U.S. Marshals opened an online auction of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s personal belongings on May 18, 2011. The auction will run through June 2. For two weeks, bomber buffs can outbid one another on piles of Unabomber swag: from his famed hoodie and sunglasses to the typewriter he used to write his 35,000-word manifesto – as well as pieces of the manifesto itself. Proceeds from the auction will go to the madman’s victims, the Marshals said. Credits: Handout/REUTERS/Bloomberg.
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