This has been around a bit, but we can't not do something on Aya Tsukioka's clothing designs for people scared of crime.
First reported in the New York Times last week, they include a costume the same size and shape as a street vending machine that you can use as urban camouflage; a purse that looks like a manhole cover that you can leave on the street; and a child's backpack that allow wearers to disguise themselves fire extinguishers.
- AndreyAndShay melds colourful bristles t…o form Monobloc Brushes
- Una Sistema by Carlotta de Bevilacqua fo…r Danese
- Making a Silk Screen by Nina Levett
- Continue Time by Sander Mulder
- Studio Diip's goldfish-driven vehicle is… designed for "enhanced pet mobility"
- Escapism by Daniel Widrig, Iris van Herp…en and .MGX by Materialise
- Sling chair by Note Design Studio is siz…ed for compact spaces
- "Everybody could have their body scanned… and order clothes that fit perfectly"
- H-supplies Kit by Dialoguemethod
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