Apr 23, 2008

How To Be Invisible On Streets.

How To Be Invisible On Streets.

Here are some really cool ideas if you just want to get invisible on the streets. Though these might not be practical & shouldn't be taken in a strict sense.
Ms. Tsukioka, a fashion designer is the one who came up with these interesting ideas in view with concern for personal security in Japan.
The vending machine costume unfolds from a simple red skirt & is meant for grown ups. The wearer hides behind the sheet, printed with an actual-size photo of a vending machine.

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And this is something for children - a backpack that transforms.

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Here we have a manhole bag, just in case you need to hide your valuables, all you need to do is unfold sewer cover purse & hide your valuables & lay it on the street.

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We got a car tent here, its designed to look like a car cover, so you can go camping in the city & use to hide it too, just in case!

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The car cover is a wonderful idea. Considering I live in the USA perhaps I should buy/make one when I can find a job in the next couple months.

Arthur said...

I like the vending machine idea. Hmmm, can't imagine why you don't see people walking around in them on the streets of London...

Danielle said...

the manhole cover idea is genius. leave your valubles out in the street without fear of anyone discoving them.

Anonymous said...

yeah, the manhole is amazing because it makes sense for you to put your valuables where people can step on them.