When a designer has fun imagining the worst possible user experience…

The Uncomfortable“, a funny and twisted project of the designer and architect Katerina Kamprani, who has fun imagining the worst possible user experience with useless objects… An excellent series in line with “Improbabilità – 25 strange objects by Giuseppe Colarusso“.

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Images © Katerina Kamprani

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  • http://pulpandpixel.ca/ Pulp & Pixel Creative

    J’adore !

  • http://dbakeca.com Dbakeca Italia

    great idea…awesome stuff

  • JaiGuru

    I’m stuck somewhere between being delighted by the mischievous playfulness of this and wanting to slap the artist until he can’t see out of the right eye for being history’s greatest jerk.

  • Diane Daff

    please make a silent movie where some Buster Keyton-type comedian has to use them

  • Deus Ex Machina

    These would be a great in a dream/nightmare sequence of a film… surrealistic and terrible.

  • OCD

    Please take this person to prison’

  • http://www.7th-media.com/ Weng Jauod

    Kinda awkward to use ‘em in real life.

  • Benjamin Czls

    Salvador Dalí would be proud of her.

  • http://docreativestudios.com docreativestudios

    very creative!

  • Mowgli

    Not really very original! first done in 1969 by Jacques Carelman http://impossibleobjects.com/jacques-carelman