If you still have one of those older keyboards, it’s probably amongst the uglier things on your desk. No matter how much well-needed utility they provide, they’ve never scored well in the esthetics department.
Much like the MTA card project last year, an artist took it upon themselves to transform these monsters into something actually worth looking at. Detroit-born artist Sarah Frost disassembled tons of keyboards and made them into visually stunning installations. This totally belongs somewhere in a digitally minded agency. Just saying.
Raising awareness for the Homeless in Swedish city Gothenburg, Forsman & Bodenfors created a booking website where you can browse and book a homeless person’s bed for the night. Just like you would any hotel. Then either experience it for your self, or give it to a friend on Facebook, or just let the cash be donated to the cause.
- Expedia Vacations Hides Greetings in Luggage Tags for Newest Print Ads
This series of print ads plays on the airport codes displayed on luggage tags when you travel. Every time you check baggage, the airline gives you a tag that includes a three digit letter code which represents the airport you’re flying to. Expedia has manipulated these codes to read like messages. For instance, “BON” “VOI” and “AGE.”
Explore an interactive and ever-growing collection about the Internet and its remarkable graphic interface: the World Wide Web. By the way: there’s no building. Needless to say, it’s a collection that only exists online. You can even upload your on museum pieces. And there is no admission fee!