@philiplueck’s imaginative take on everyday objects includes an iPhone 11 with a fidget spinner!
‘Reality leaves a lot to the imagination’, this quote by John Lennon is what I believe must be the inspiration behind this wonderful mix of reality and imagination displayed by designer Philip Lück. Philip has been adding a twist of imagination to the mundaneness of our daily lives. What sets him apart is his sense of humor, be it a fidget spinner in place of the 3 cameras on Apple’s latest iPhone 11 Pro that is causing a wave of fear among trypophobe’s across the world to a dose of creativity you wish you could take every morning. There is a healthy mix of reality, imagination, and a subtle suggestion that asks you to take a harder look at the reality of our everyday lives in each of his renders.
Designer: Philip Lück
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When we promised to share something with you all, I was referring to myself. Yep. Britt, co-founder of @glasscliffdivas
I had struggled through a lot recently and was hesitant to share. In fact, as I am posting this, I feel nauseous and sweaty and I’m really not sure I am ready for these parts of me to be known. Still, I realize that no matter how much being vulnerable sucks, it makes a difference. For all of us. And this discomfort is the feeling I am learning to lean into as a business owner, mother, partner, and perpetual grower.🌱 What started as a post caption, quickly grew into this. It just started pouring out, and so I sent it to Cait and asked her, “What am I supposed to do with all this now!?” With her encouragement, we knew it’s home was with Bossi and the incredible women that remind me each and every day to show up and do the hard things.✨ This feature on the Bossi blog is my story on burn out, my hard struggle with depression and anxiety, and how, with the support of so many incredible women, I am now in a better place. It’s my ‘confession’ but perhaps it will resonate with all the Bossi Women out there, taking on the world and creating better communities in anyway they can. I hope you know that you are not alone.❤️ Confession> > > Link in bio 🙏