The pictures don't do it justice... We wrapped it all -- his phone, the mirror, his headphones, his hat, the action figures, the papers on his desk. We started around 3pm Wednesday afternoon and spent 3-4 hours wrapping. Then on Thursday we spent the entire day finishing it up.And here are the complete set of images of this designer cubicle.
(Image credit: Lattimore).
(Image credit: Lugradio).
(Image credit: Gwally).
Here we have a tinfoil suit:
Someone were suggesting of a tinfoil hat & here we have a house with its tinfoil roof:
(Image credit: Sugarmtnfarm).
Forget the tinfoil roof, here we have a tinfoil room:
(Image credit: Today.slac.stanford.edu).
Though this is not a part of any joke, its really a part of science experiment using aluminum f to develop ultra-high vacuum & there is no such thing that physicists seem to like more than a aluminum. But it looked just great & worthy to be a part of this.
Source: 1, 2, 3.
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This is what might happen if you leave your desk for a few hours with your creative colleagues who have some extra time to spare on their hands & lots of energy & zeal to express their creativity. What they would need is a tinfoil (costs a few dollars) & a few hours (zealous energy) which they should be willing to invest to redecorate your cubicle / office. Just don't be astonished to find your laptop / system, table, chair, phone or the whole office wrapped up in tinfoil, just think of what may happen if you go for a vacation for a couple of day!