The museum of obsolete objects

September 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

Some objects just can’t make it. They can’t survive, they are often replaced by newer devices and, thus, they become obsolete. In remembrance of all these once pretty useful objects, digital agency Jung von Matt/Next created the Museum of Obsolete Objects.

via swiss miss

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Destroy, destroy, destroy

July 13, 2011 § 1 Comment

Well, I suppose we all have felt the desire to smash our  TV, piano or whatever else was within reach, when we were really furious, but I don’t know how many of us have managed to fulfill this desire. The Destruction Company will help you express your anger on the objects you most despise.

The Destruction Company will acquire the target object and guide you to a private warehouse. (If you cannot focus your anger on one object, there is pre-set list of smashable items). You choose from a number of protective outfits – umpire, hockey goalie, medieval knight etc., and the smashing party begins. You will be rewarded afterwards with photographs and video records of your act.However, I don’t know if smashing things in a predefined way rather than spontaneously gives you the same satisfaction, but I suppose I have to try it to find out.

For the time being, the Destruction Company works as a private club based in a secret New Jersey warehouse with exclusive clients.

via Web Urbanist (Photos courtesy of Daily Mail)

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