Why throw all those empty Coke bottles into a big blue tub, when they could make some beautiful music? Or, whatever sound could possibly come out of a makeshift recorder. Brought to us by Generally and Especially, they show us how to engineer and repurpose those empties with a pretty cool design and campaign. The bad news… You have to drink all of the Coke first. Find out more about the idea here.
Remember when the most activity you’d get from a magazine ad was it smelling of cheap perfume? Well, now they turn into iPhone docks. Brought to us by Coca-Cola Brazil, the ad placed in Capricho Magazine allows subscribers to roll it up, dock their iPhone and use it as an amplifier. The ad is to help celebrate Coca-Cola.FM‘s 1st birthday.
Giant Peanut Butter Cups, Muppet Desktops, and Burger Mittens… It’s Foodiggity’s Best of The Week.
Two great tastes that are giant together… Behold The Peanut Butter Cup Cake
For the lazy carb-lover… The Baked Potato Bean Bag Chair
Have a Coke and a smile… Transforming a Coke Bottle Into Art By Eric Barclay
No coaster, no problem… Coffee Rings As Art
C is for Cubicle Fun… The Cookie Monster Desktop
Sew good… Food-Inspired Crochet by Twinkie Chan
Covered here before at Foodiggity, Eric Barclay uses his signature style to repurpose packaging into beautiful and playful works of art. His latest work tells the story of Ranjit and Indira, using matte acrylic and utilizing the contours of the package — in this case, a 2-liter Coke bottle.
Ranjit and his elephant Indira
Carried the orphans through tiger country
And the tiger through people country
As they journeyed to the Valley
Of Never Ending Happiness
[link, thanks Eric and Kirsten]