Tuesday, November 30, 2010

A futuristic fashion trend ...or a solution for a problem!? u decide ;)

"What is this?"
You must be wondering....
Well, it's " a collapsible “shell of solitude” made from paper and polyethylene fabric.'
But...what for?

ha! here lies the knot...LOL
It's a "beauty intimacy"!! 
"A What?" 
Yeah...if you want to have a private moment with someone while being in a public place...this  Veasyble” thing is your solution! 
yes..."procure public intimacy in a flash with Veasyble "as the add says!

Is this insane or just a creative perfect solution in a culture (the Western perhaps) that values intimacy and tries to catch every fleeting moment of it in every possible place!
Oh God!!

May we always have the blessings of our own cultural boundaries ;)

On a second thought, you can get these if you need a moment of solitude with your brain, your feelings....your tears...

Here is what sites say about this project:

The project is based on three keywords: isolation, intimacy and ornament. It consists of a set of wearable objects that can be converted into means of isolation, to create a personal intimacy in any environment. The idea derives from a reflection on the change in our relationship with the domestic environment, due to the effects of our increasing mobility, and how this has affected our concept of intimacy, creating new demands. This led to the design of four accessories, screen for four different parts of the body: eyes, ears, face and upper body, expressing, through their shape and colour, our desire for intimacy at any time, any place, on various levels.
An ornament that can be worn.
A gesture to transform it.
A secret place for personal intimacy.
A reminder of our exterior aspect.

A strong, dominant exterior that conceals a fragile, personal interior.
Every accessory is shaped according to a pattern that is the same for all. The difference arises in the scale of production, which depends on our demand of intimacy.


So are you ever going to order one of those??

I'd be surely very interested to know your views ;)

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