Sunday, 6 October 2013

Taiwan in Rubber Duck Yellow

Here is a quick check-in from Taiwan where there are colourful food trucks, street-side transformer, trendy cafe with laser cutting and 3D printing capabilities (as showcased by its high-tech, cubic menus), hidden danger on the escalator, total rubber duck pandemonium, and a giant rubber duck chilling by the dock. 
Songshan Cultural Park: many outdated buildings and structures in Taiwan have been converted into well-organized art / cultural districts, providing artists a place to work, exhibit, or sell their creations.
The Sany Excavator Transformer by Nova Design for the Design Expo.
Taipei FabCafe: the only place where you can caffeinate and fabricate at the same time.
3D menu: gabee means coffee in Taiwanese.
Yes, these signs really made me chuckle.
World's largest mass damper on top of Taipei 101
The adorable army of yellow rubber ducks invades the city of Kaohsiung. 
Rubber Duck Project by Florentijn Hofman with a big message that no one can ignore: The Rubber Duck knows no frontiers, it doesn't discriminate people and doesn't have a political connotation. The friendly, floating Rubber Duck has healing properties: it can relieve mondial tensions as well as define them. The rubber duck is soft, friendly and suitable for all ages!

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