Dangerous Popsicles Explore The Beauty In User-Unfriendly Things

Dangerous Popsicles Explore The Beauty In User-Unfriendly Things

Designer Wei Li has created a collection of oddly-shaped popsicles inspired by cacti and life-threatening viruses

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 october 2014

Designer and artist Wei Li’s latest series ‘Dangerous Popsicles‘ aims to use unpleasant aesthetics in order to explore how people react to user-unfriendliness. It uses design to further delve into how visuals play a part in our sense of taste.

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