Berlin based designer David Bizer has been turning our heads in the Witness My Revival office with his quirky waveform necklaces.
The necklaces are custom built from an audio recording - so each piece is unique to the sample submitted. Reviving how you wear slogans and messages - the necklaces can become a physical manifestation of whatever you want!
Want to wear 'I love you' round your neck without having any words spelling it out? Now you can! Want to take your favourite music everywhere? Mr Bizer's necklaces can let you do that (in a rather fashionable manner).
We love them!
So, what would you have on your necklace (or bracelet)?
You can get one of David's necklaces here.
We love quirky here at Witness My Revival.
We also love timeliness.
Whilst it's supposed to be summer here in the UK - with all of the dreadful weather we have had in the last few days and impending gale force winds that are apparently coming our way - we thought that we should look to revive the scarves in our wardrobe and prepare for the worst (for a short period of time - we hope).
Canadian based fashion designer Gillian Hyde has wowed us with her brilliant Mustache Scarves. Adding a dash of humour to a tweed classic brought smiles to our faces (even with the wind rushing into them).
As Gillian puts it:
“You’d better have a sense of humour to wear this scarf this autumn and winter! (It's) perfect for men who have mustache envy and for women who want to gender-bend!”
Mustache Scarves can be purchased here.
Is there anything worse than your ice cream melting in summer??
How about the ice cream truck itself melting? Disaster.
Images via Colossal
Image via Sydney Morning Herald
Hot With The Chance of Late Storm is a sculpture that was unveiled at the 2006 Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney, Australia. The melting ice cream van, complete with a distorted Greensleeves refrain, was a comment on global warming and was positioned on Tamarama beach.
The people behind this amazing sculpture are the Glue Society - an independent creative collective located in Sydney and New York.
As it's Friday before Jubilee (and we have been posting Jubilee fun all week) we have decided to revive your ears with some truly British sounds. So here are 3 home-grown picks that we think you will be hearing more of over the next 12 months.
With a well received debut (the self-titled EP Duologue) under their belts already people are expecting big things from this London 5 piece. What better way to kick off your Jubilee party than a blast of their single 'Push it'?
Swiss Lips neatly bridge the gap between dance, pop and electro with masses of skill and style. Hailing from Manchester, the five-piece are currently hard at work on their debut album, due to see the light later this year.
East London 5 piece TOY (yes another one), have already toured with The Horrors and are due to have their debut album drop in September of this year. We love the track 'Left Myself Behind' and think it's the perfect post-punk finish to any Jubilee party.
Speaking of parties - let us know how yours goes - and enjoy the Jubilee weekend!
Famous outsider art gallery Pictures On Walls have joined the gigantic Jubilee celebrations for this coming weekend and brought together a revival of pop art themed around all things regal and British. With work available from 3D, Paul Insect, Bast, Gold Peg and everyone's favourite (and ever divisive) street artist Banksy.
In a rather refreshing move, Banksy has decided that you can have this particular piece of Jubilee themed artwork for free.
For nothing. Nada.
As Pictures On Walls put it, the piece is an "exclusive download for the more ambivalent patriot. Simply save off the file and take to your nearest branch of prestoprint where it can be transferred onto a mug, tea towel or other quality item. Alternatively print onto a piece of paper, sellotape to a barbecue skewer and wave in an ‘ironic’ way as the Queen drives past."
Quite a charitable move from the esoteric stencil artist.
Download the Banksy piece here.
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