Anything in excess can be dangerous, including that favourite summer treat for many of us, popsicles. Well, possibly, I suppose. I doubt though that you’d find too many of these flavoured ice blocks, crafted to resemble cactus plants, and other noxious flora, left unconsumed for too long however.
The video clip for Animation, a new single by Tokyo based band Young Juvenile Youth – they must be young, right – features lead singer Yuki going through all sorts of mind bending digital intrigue… don’t let the images distract you too much from the music though.
The smallest, and most recently added to the campaign page, is a still sizeable 750-piece offering, which measures 41.4cm long and splits in half for authentic sinking action – a design feature Ssorg says is “a little macabre, but many people have been asking for.” The lower part of the hull is also detachable, allowing it to be displayed on a shelf as if it were at sea.
The best design is invisible. So to speak. There’d be countless products we use daily whose design process we wouldn’t give any mere hint of a thought to. And that of course would have a lot to do with the success of their design. The aluminum soft drink can is one such item. Simple, yet so incredible…