14 of the World’s Most Awesome and Bizarre Bathtubs
1. Zen Garden Bathtub
Above: This bathtub is part of the overflow collection and was designed by German design company Kasch.
2. Boat Bathtub
Above: A really creative bathtub shaped like a boat designed by Dutch design company Studio Wieki Somers.
3. Copper Bathtub
Above: This bath is called the Tub-E and was done by Australian company Wild Terrain Designs.
4. Shoe Shaped Bathtub
Above: A really great bathtub for people who love shoes made by Italian designer Massimiliano Della Monaca.
5. Wooden Bathtub
Above: This limited edition bathtub by MAAX is made entirely out of wood.
6. Artistic Bathtub
Above: This tub is ideal for art lovers and was designed by artist Tetsuya Nakamura.
7. Mini Cooper Bathtub
Above: This extravagant 20 feet Mini XXL Limo has a tub in the back.
8. Illuminated bathtub
Above: An illuminated, self standing, polyethylene bathtub created by designer Jan Puylaert.
9. Book Bathtub
Above: Couldn’t find any information about this one, sorry.
10. Stone Bathtub
Above: This tub is made from a giant hollowed out rock and was created by design company Stone Forest.
11. Bookworm Bathtub
Above: Corian rectangular bathtub for people who really enjoy reading books by Antonio Lupi.
12. Glass Bathtub
Above: This ultra-modern glass bathtub was made by bathroom design company Novellini.
13. Steampunk Bathtub
Above: This steampunked bathtub was designed by Estonia based furniture company Marinemine.
14. Glam Bathtub
Posted 5/07/2008 12:22 pm by Stephanie Sturgis
In an age of cell phones, ye olden dial phone with the curly cord is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
So what to do with all those useless coils of cord.
How about creating a flock of sheep that you don’t have to feed, shear or clean up after.
The art was created by Jean Luc Cornec and has been displayed in the Museum For Communications in Frankfurt Main, Germany.
And the wolves are never a problem either.
For more pics of this not so woolly flock, go here.
Tags: bouncy balls, colorful, London, motion, Nike Savvas
Nike Savvas is an Australian-born artist who currently works in London. Her installation Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder features rooms full of bouncy rubber balls suspended using transparent nylon string. A fan was focused on the whole colorful array which resulted in a gentle and soothing motion of the balls.
Learn more about Nike here.