Coin guitar picks
Crafty Artisan Andy Gonzales makes these very cool and creative guitar picks from coins. The edges have been sanded and buffed to a glossy shine, preventing any decrease in string life. The nickel alloyed picks lend a unique characteristic to the tone of any stringed instrument.
"There’s nothing trivial about face painting. The human countenance can be an unparalleled canvas, and accounting for its contours takes great skill. For proof, look no further than Russian make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan’s latest series."
That’s some really creative package design!
Codex Seraphinianus, 1976-1978
‘The Codex Seraphinianus is a book written and illustrated by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini, from 1976 to 1978. The book appears to be a visual encyclopedia of an unknown world, written in one of its languages, an alphabetic writing intended to be meaningless.’
Unwrap Your Voice is a marketing campaign for Ricola brand cough drops geared towards musicians with sore throats. German advertising agency Jung von Matt is responsible for the packaging design. Each throat lozenge is wrapped up in paper printed with a different styles singers like the rocker, pop star, rapper, punk rocker, and opera singer.
Over the past five years, Vince Gilligan’s wicked good-guy-gone-bad TV Drama, Breaking Bad, has captivated audiences all over the world. Now, with the show reaching its spectacular climax in just a few days, is the perfect opportunity to introduce to you the ultimate Breaking Bad boy’s toy.
The show’s eager audience have spent the last few years seeing the making of methamphetamines, the dissolving of human bodies and the betrayal of friends or family members as a staple of their weekly viewership. The only thing that has changed is that now they have the chance to relive those crazy moments in the comfort of their own home, using.. Lego?
The product isn’t actually a licensed Lego product. The rather talented, pop-culture motivated folks at Citizen Brick are responsible for this masterpiece. But that’s not to say that the complete set won’t come with the magnificent attention to detail that the ‘real’ Lego company has become known for.
This set hasn’t been without its critics. Those too eager to bypass the “For Ages 18-99″ and “Not Suitable For Children” signs, on the boxes, had quite the field day upon the product’s release, shouting incoherent nonsense about how it will send their children into the welcoming arms of the drug world. But, if you do have your head screwed on, and you are something of a Breaking Bad aficionado, this Lego set may just appeal to you enough for you to dig up your barrels of cash from the sandy wastelands and part with a few notes to get your hands on it.