Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Annie Mae - John Lee Hooker


Demelza Hill's cheeky sense of wit forces me to have faith in the future of our planet. Most things she creates are not only practical but funny as hell (or at least worthy of a quizzical head scratch). For example the above jump suit is made out of cleaning rags. Annie Mae by John Lee Hooker is one of the most sultry blues songs I've ever heard. Ms. Hill has created one of the most sultry and practical jumpsuits known to man. Don't let it's clownish appearance, deter you. . . in this dynamic creation, it is possible for you to engage in immoral acts on your dining room table under the thin guise of "cleaning". Then, when you're done remove the jumpsuit and toss it in the washing machine. What's not to love? Housework has never gotten anyone this hot and bothered. . .until now.

And I can't even front like I don't love this plastic carrier bag knitted with. . . you guessed it . . . plastic bags. We need more designers creating items which bring a constant smile to the consumers face. Agreed? Check out her website for more fun products.

(Photos: Designer's website )

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