The headquarters of the Rabobank in Utrecht houses a really nice art space. Banks are know for their investments in art, which guarantees timeless value, almost like any good old gold bar. Rabobank, not that much affected by the recession, just opened a new solo exhibition by Alicia Framis: Daily Future.
It shows how daily life would be like on the moon. Ofcourse we will need all kinds of stuff on the moon too, like the Moon Vogue. Already way cooler than the, yet to be launched, Dutch Vogue will ever be.
Apparantly we will still drink Coca Cola on the moon. But because of zero gravity the bottle will have openings on each end. Wouldn’t want too much hassle when feeling thirsty, now? You can check all products necessary for comfortable moon living in the moon concept store.
Most intriguing thing was the screaming room. It’s a wigwam isolated with loads of potatoes. Feeling a bit to public in your open living or work space? Just hide your self in this room and if needed: scream! A 3d-printer will print your soundwave of despair into a 3d-object using potatoe starch. 3d-printing your emotions, now that’s an interesting concept.
How much is a ticket again with Virgin Galactic? Because I am ready for take off!