Saturday, 27 October 2007

Vending Woman


On a narrow Tokyo street, Aya Tsukioka demonstrates clothing designs she hopes will ease Japan’s growing fear of crime.
With a deft motion, Ms Tsukioka, a 29-year-old fashion designer, lifts a flap on the front of her skirt to reveal a sheet of cloth printed in bright red, with a soft drink logo partly visible.
By holding the sheet fully open and stepping to the side of the road, she shows how a woman walking alone could elude pursuers — by disguising herself as a vending machine.
What would you like to disguise yourself as?

4 Fertilize my soul:

Pat said...

Gone.

WebOJ said...

You think this'd work? All the criminals will keep their eyes open for vending machines henceforth. And God forbid the criminal is feeling thirsty chasing the PYT. The last thing she'd want is him pressing buttons ordering cola! Tee! Hee!

david mcmahon said...

What a great post, Amrita.

I'd like to disguise myself as a phone booth so people could use me to communicate with those they love and care about.

Keep smiling

David

Pijush said...

Thought provoking post Amrita. I would like to be a part of book almirah, so that everyone can find their book as their own wish. Take care