I guess these disposable sunglasses make sense, on some level, somewhere. They’re printed onto sellotape and you just tear off the style you want and stick them onto your face. I’m a bit late though, they’re so totally last season darling. You can buy them here. �11
Since first coming together in 1995, Azumi and David have progressed through a variety of creative projects – initially with limited edition artist’s books and performance art, moving gradually on to fashion and accessory associated ‘things to wear’.
Tags: gadget, non+eco+gadget, disposable+sunglasses, azumi+and+david
These aren't sunglasses, they're packing tape. The website explains they are not to be worn on the face.
Did I mention that they're printed on sellotape?
The website says "It is not recommended that these tapes are applied directly onto the body" … which is helpfully illustrated by the model wearing it on her face.
We just find this stuff, how you use it is your business.
Why would disposable sunglasses be tagged as an eco gadget? Somehow turning a reusable, lasting item into a candy wrapper seems like a decidedly eco-unfriendly thing to do…
Nah..Dan tagged them as a 'non-eco' gadget. :) Subtle but important difference?
Even though we are not halfway through February, I would still say that this is perhaps the most idiotic and totally useless gadget of the year. Give the designers a bucket of fire and dental problems for their waste of natural resources
Hi guys, there are another disposable sunglasses ,and more fun!