Rafael Sommerhalder is a very patient man. Not only did he have to repeat this process twenty-seven billion, six million and eighteen times before it worked, this was actually shot in 1976--he had to wait thirty-seven years to show it.
Oh man, remember that summer when you went snorkeling in Australia and you saw all those exotic sea creatures that you've dreamed of ever since? If you never did this, pretend you did and go along with it. Roxy Russell Design firm of California has recycled some sea creatures into plastic lamps to raise awareness of pollution in the ocean, and to guilt trip you just a little bit whenever you serve sushi. Behold, the Medusae Collection.
I always knew this day would come. Humans have thrown so much plastic into the ocean that our marine life has finally begun to breed with it into brand-name household product offspring. Within the next five years we'll have "thrown-in-anger" cell phone creatures, and within ten years? Perhaps an astounding new Trash-Atlantis.
Creative packaging designed by German advertising agency, Jung von Matt.
"27-year-old Keira Rathbone, from London, first started experimenting with typewriter art, when she was in university. She bought an old typewriter, from a flee market, in the hope that she would soon use it to write something. By the middle of her first year at the university, she hadn't come up with anything to put down on paper, so she decided to use it as a drawing tool. The first results were promising, and young Keira quickly realized she would be exploring this new art form much further."