Dutch designer Hendrik-Jan Grievink created a board game, aptly titled Brand Memory Game, that tests people's ability to distinguish brands through visual association, in which the names are muted from the image.
We've already seen a bunch of similar initiatives but it never really gets old. Lumen Bigott from Venezuela customized shoes with the colors of several social networks; Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, Flickr, Google.
Love the little icons on the Facebook and YouTube ones!
South Africa's first fast food chain, Wimpy's, was looking for a way to let visually impaired individuals know that they provided braille menus at their stores. to do so, Metropolitan Republic conceived the idea to build 'braille burgers' whereby talented chefs, meticulously placed sesame seeds on top of buns to form phrases in braille.
The sentences offered a description to the reader / consumer of what kind of burger they were about to eat!
Croatian designer Tomislav Zvonarić of DevianTom created a Facebook Bed for FB addicts using the "F" of the social networks logo.
“FBed is a conceptual multipractical bed design that would allow you always to be up to date and close to your online friends even when you sleep. The idea is that you may hoop in front of your screen directly from your bed when you wake up, and inverse when you get tired and wan’t to go sleep…”
A few weeks back, I was having lunch with the family at an Indian restaurant, when all of a sudden I catch my brother creating a little piece of art out of a curry stain, a lighter and a pack of cigarettes