Japan opened up to the world in the late 19th century and was set enthusiastic to products from the West. Ability to encourage the purchase of alcohol and cigarettes in such a direct way was something new for a conservative society. Japanese advertising posters from the Art Deco period, like their American and European representatives of […]
Dito Von Tease takes a picture of his own finger and then, with help of computer software, makes them recognisable as famous people. Portraits on finger depict characters such as Dalai Lama, Steve Jobs, Barack Obama and …Shrek, Hello Kitty and many other.
“Paper Cuts is an interactive paper sculpture that invites people to experience the world’s most recognizable instrument of death, head first. However, unlike its deadly ancestor, this blade offers nothing more final than a paper cut.” Voluntarily guillotine. Would you try? The following short videos, with daredevils who agreed to take part in this play. Voluntarily! […]