Why is this retail display designed to close? Are you supposed to shut it at night so the clothes can go to sleep?
"I illuminated the interior because it's important for me to see exactly which ice cube I want."
After "Silence of the Lambs" character Buffalo Bill was killed, this sommelier bought his house and renovated the basement.
This is actually a clever reminder from a bar that when you're there, you're just a middleman between beer and piss.
Assignment to the designer: "I know it's just a refrigerator, but add some visual cues to justify why we can mark this up by two or three grand"
"I want a chandelier that houseflies can get trapped inside of"
"Don't forget: Because of the way it's designed, the floor doesn't actually have any support. So when you open this thing to use it, do NOT step on the floor"
From the 12th hour of this 37-hour shoot: "Guys--are you going to be able to get the goddamn patterns to line up, or not? We can't keep repainting the wall white and waiting for it to dry"
"My design concept perfectly illustrates that I do not understand how heating elements or knives work"
"It's brilliant. Instead of being able to scan all of the books at once, sometimes you have to walk around to the sides!"
The urinal is for practicing KEGel exercises
The toasting knife reminds me of a design class mate who built a blender with no power cord. When questioned about it in the design review, he claimed it had wireless power. The prof loved it! #designthinking
The toasting knife is a shot from the Hitchhiker's Guide movie.
Toaster knife is a real thing https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kcjGRXTpHGI And works about as well as you might expect
"It puts the Gruyere is the f#$%ing basket!"
I actually like the concept of first image of the retail display
Went to the pub and came home with a free Orchiectomy.
> Why is this retail display designed to close?
I think I may have used that exact same keg urinal, it was... splashy.
I’m a lapsed industrial designer. I was born in NYC and figured I’d die there, but a few years ago I abandoned New York to live on a farm in the countryside with my wife. We have six dogs.
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