the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er'
 
the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er'
jul 10, 2009

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er'

the ‘anti-theft’ lunch bags stops sticky-fingered culprits from stealing your lunch image courtesy of the.

the. design team is made up of mihoko ouichi and sherwood forlee who design humorous and eclectic wares which span from objects for the home, electronics and small scale furniture pieces.

their ‘anti-theft’ lunch bag are typical zip-loc bags used to store food and have been printed with green splotches of mold. they make your freshly prepared lunch look spoiled, stopping stick-fingered friends or co-workers from stealing your food!

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' a fresh sandwich can appear spoiled image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' the moldy bag image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' co-workers will no longer steal your sandwiches if they look like this image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' getting ready to eat image © designboom

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' ‘speak-er’s’ mimic speech bubbles image courtesy of the.

‘speak-er’s are multi-media speakers that can plug directly into your computer or MP3 player. their iconic shape follows that of a speech bubble. there is a left and right speaker which comes with a power adapter.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' left and right speech bubbles can have a conversation with one another image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' they can be displayed lying down image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' or displayed upright image courtesy of the.

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' image © designboom

the.: 'anti theft' lunch bag and 'speak er' sherwood forlee and mihoko ouchi of the. portrait © designboom

the. recently participated in our designboom mart ICFF new york 2009.

  • just exelent

    CARO
  • I like the plastic bag. Nobody will eat my delicious sandwich tomorrow.

    [url=http://www.bendesign.eu] BenDesign [/url]

    BenDesign
  • It evokes an original reaction, which is what makes this idea great.

    J. Goldwater
  • i like the speakers, but it’s kind of silly that they propose for a “lying down positioning” when the cord conects from the back, and the speaker weights 2kg, I think one of the basis for design should be well thought products, and not sugesting you to, in this case, fold the cord untill it breaks…

    ema
  • this would not work in japan. only in low class cultures where stealing happens. a funny but ultimately useless product.

    ron
  • I saw this at ICFF. Great idea!

    [url=http://www.bobbyberkhome.com] Bobby Berk Home [/url]

    Bobby Berk
  • instead of the sadwich being stolen, it will be thrown in the bin. either way you have no sandwich. clever, though.

    e
  • Genius idea for the lunch bags. I need these.

    Eric Miltsch

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