Dil-do’s and Dil-don’ts.

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Innovation is a cycle, at first we had Raymond Loewy’s pencil sharpener; today, we have Francesco Morackin‘s Dildomaker. Now, before you dismiss this invention as some crude instrument rooted in shock value, we would like to reveal that it is actually a manifestation of consumer based satire.

“Playing around with the cliche: ‘Sex sales’ The Dildomaker’s purpose is to provide the users what they really want: ‘Pleasure’ and moreover ‘sexual pleasure’. The Dildomaker is just a tool which doesn’t give pleasure directly  The distance created here on purpose, tries to raise questions on our relationship between us and manufactured products.”

– Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

Courtesy of Francesco Morackini.

 

 

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