3D-printed casts for fractured bones could replace the usual bulky, itchy and smelly plaster or fibreglass ones in this conceptual project by Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill. The prototype Cortex cast is lightweight, ventilated, washable and thin enough to fit under a shirt sleeve. #design
Just a beautiful ad campaign... from concept to execution. Public Service Campaig: Give a Hand to Wild Life (2008), by Saatchi & Saatchi Simko agency in Geneva, is a series of clever and beautiful photographs of human hands camouflaged as wild animals by bodypainter Guido Daniele.
These trucks have been evolved into an advertising platform in a way that is not just a typical poster. They have used the shapes of the trucks to relate to the products that they are advertising and it has been done with a lot of success. My personal favourite is the one shaped like a cigarette as the truck is the perfect shape to accommodate this.