designer & motioneer.
documenting things i love.
i really enjoy spatial puzzles, linear algebra, art theory, and design.
This is ingenious.
mcdonalds needs to do this
okay but I’m actually really scared that the lid of the drink is going to come off or something
//the way this works is that it stops about 2 inches above the top (the hole only big enough to go that far without ripping) so you wouldn’t have to worry about the lid coming off!
it’s really a brilliant idea. it cuts down on the amount of materials used, and space it takes up. all around good engineering.
from the looks of it it might be recycled materials too? if not then it should be.
it frees up your other hand from having to carry your drink but also doesn’t shove the cold drink next to the warm food
This is the definition of innovation, no amount of sleeves on a blanket can beat this.
You can even stick it in your cup holder and then snag fries through the vent in the side while you’re driving! OH GOD I’M SO HUNGRY NOW!
Oh No! Critical flaw! Once I am consuming salty hot delicious fries…there is no way to DRINK A DRINK! NOOOO!! NOOOOOOOO!!!!!
I drew him and now he is my best friend.
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.
Beautiful gif art. <3
Oh my Lord. We have to have these at AJAM.
I passed 3000 so just reblog this and say what you want me to draw and I’ll try and draw all of you a little picture. I’m talking really little, don’t get your hopes up too high.
A very happy mouse!