Last year we showed you glow-in-the-dark ice cream made from a jellyfish protein. This year the iconic Cornetto ice cream has been given the glow-in-the-dark treatment. The concept was put together by London-based creative duo Bompas & Parr and released the treats during a screening of The World’s End.
We loved the idea of glow-in-the-dark ice cream, using jellyfish proteins. But now we could be in for some other glow-in-the-dark objects. Like trees. Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde is exploring ways of ‘using the bio-luminescent qualities of jellyfish and mushrooms to create glow-in-the-dark trees that could replace street lights’.
Haven’t we all dreamed of glow in the dark ice cream? Well, glow in the dark anything is cool but this just takes the cake! Charlie Francis, an ice cream aficionado, has invented this all-too-wacky ice cream that ‘harnesses its magic from chemically recreated jellyfish protein’ and glows in the dark just like you’d imagine. […]
Now, this hardly needs an explanation. Underwear made from 95% bamboo and 5% spandex, with prints of the solar system — hand-drawn by artist Nate Crane — that light up in the dark. These are available for both ladies and blokes.
It wasn’t that long ago that we were eyeballing these Glowdoggie collars for our poochy pals. Now we’re looking at the Halo Mini LED collar which comes with its own patented illumination system, so you know the San Francisco-based team behind it means serious business. Though these collars — which come in red, blue or […]
Pure Fix Cycles has introduced a line of solar-activated bikes, Kilo, that glow in the dark. They’re energy-friendly too — every hour of daytime sun earns the bike more than an hour of night glow. These neon rides are simply beautiful.
Koo Jeong-A designed a concrete sculpture that also functions as a glow-in-the-dark skatepark. The skatepark, entitled ‘Otro’, features a combination of different bowls connected by a series of tunnels. This interactive artwork allows users to skate during all hours of the day and night.