I always find the jellyfish very attractive and interesting. However, as everyone, i always avoid encountering them at the sea. Appearently, Emily Carr find a better way to interact them for human.
It is not hard to understand why all we trying to keep the designs that we do simple after seeing these photos.
I always find the idea that designing something for the pets creepy. For me that is against their nature to try to involved that human made stuff. If you ever had a cat or dog, you would recognize that even when you take a toy for them they don't care about, they continue to nibble your furniture. However, when i come across with those designs i could not stop myself looking to them. What can i say, they are so cute. Also, according to the site that i come across the people who design these furniture are like a community, and all of these stuff that was designed have an aim like increasing the connection between the dog and its owner.
Personally, i do not like using cars. However, in a city like İstanbul it is like an obligation. My biggest dream is recently ; moving a place that resolve my transportation problems with bikes and by walking.
In Africa, some Dutch designers who think like me, by taking in the consideration of the raw materials of the region and their benefits they wanted to design a vehicle for the native population. For that they have used a sustainable material - bamboo which makes the also bikes stylish and provides economical benefits to the local community.
When i first see these designed shoes, i got really surprised. As a women even wearing high heels is something really hard for me. I've never achieved a proper walk when i am wearing high heels. And when i saw these pairs which was designed by Leanie Van der Vyver, i loved that how she brought an completely another approach to the high heels, she made them even more hard to wear, maybe trying to saying that how hard to be a women.
If you want to walk with these shoes, you should bend your knees. Ooouf! Must be painful.