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Reading in bed

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There’s always a fine line between Art and Design and The Sleeved Blanket for Happiness in Bed is a prime example of where the lines are blurred. However when a brilliant idea is well executed it doesn’t matter how you categorise it, it’s still a great piece of work.

The Sleeved Blanket from Andrea Ayala Closa answers that problem many of us have come across of cold arms in bed when read and provides a witty solution that reminiscent of Dom Wilcox’s work. I can already see a whole range of these being made available from Single through to King size.

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    wez
    18th Feb 2010
    4:39 am
  1. this looks like another example of americans beating u brits to it.

    https://www.getsnuggie.com


  2. Ryan
    18th Feb 2010
    10:07 am
  3. So this is basically a nicer looking snuggie? I fail to see how a snuggie is as-seen-on-tv crap while this is worthy of being posted here.

    https://www.getsnuggie.com/flare/next

    So a designer ripped off a horrible made in china product and now it’s cool?

    I guess presentation is the only dividing line between horrible novelty shit and “design”. Great.


  4. GilGil
    18th Feb 2010
    11:24 am
  5. Thankfully this has a lot more class than the extremely brash Slanket that is now the but of popular discussion and ridicule the web over.


  6. wez
    19th Feb 2010
    4:46 am
  7. britly put! :p


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