Great design is often simple design. There is an elegance in economy, in the thrifty use of what you have to create something new.
Dutch Designer Daniel Disselkoen lifts the lids of sleepy-eyed commuters by taking what he has — a bus, a window, and an endless parade of pedestrians — and making it something delightful:
“For four years, each day I took the same tram to art academy. Why would you then look out the window with curiosity when there is no reason to expect anything new. I decided to change the daily journey for my fellow passengers and myself. I wouldn’t move the tramway track, but maybe I could add something. Make something so that what already exists would look very different now.”
So here’s what he did:
More of Daniel Disselkoen here.