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Creativity gone bad - whatever gets the job done!

Some people need a boost to get creative, others have to to come up with darnedest ideas - just to meet the challenges of everyday life. When faced with shortage of tools and tight circumstances, these people do not panic, but start inventing - sometimes using everyday object in extraordinary way:

Solve your exercise dilemma:

Short on chess figures? try this:

(image credit: Alexander Dzhantimirov)

Using suitcases as a support structure is a bad idea (even if you fill it with bricks) -

(image credit: This Old House)

This airport (Sacramento, California) has a different suitcase problem -

Weird car enhancements:

The text under the picture says: "Nail protection". This is probably how that car owner used to protect his tires from punctures by nails deliberately scattered on the road. Here is some hi-tech:

Very, very crude GPS device:

In the absence of boutiques, try a different fashion:

"Sorry, did not have enough time to buy stamps - here is 5 cents for your trouble" -

Maybe this is the cheapest way to travel:

This however, is not a way to travel, period:

Unique Vehicles

This seems to fulfill the role of a school bus:

Not much of a car, but a cool audio system:

I am not sure what this was before - a bomb, a missile? - but now, it's a motorcycle:
update: it's made from a drop tank (external disposable fuel tank)

Are you bored? Start keeping the score:

Use a piece of big pipe to hold the mini-car races:

or just "walk softly and carry a big... horse" (for exercise?) -

Strapped for space?

Sometimes your personal space is reduced to almost nothing:

You can still catch some sleep:

No garage? No problem! -

Secure your car with an anchor - amazingly, this may even be effective:

Carrying things

Well, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do... Carrying a fridge in El Paso:

(image credit: Border Pundit)

Need to deliver BBQ? Put it on (and around) your head:
(more info)

(image credit: Herald Sun)

(sent by Ozzy in Cornwall, England)

Pigs are brought to the market by various means:

But don't get too carried away with pigs (what is going on here??):

Danger is my Middle Name

These guys obviously skipped the safety meetings:

Sources: 1, 2, 3 (Originals of many images are unknown, as they came from image aggregation sites. Let us know if you have the info.)



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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i remember seeing the suitcase pic in a british newspaper
the guy who bought the house was claiming negligence against the surveyor

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The anchor won't be terrifically effective, since it's attached to the wheel via a rope. A chain would have been better.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The airport photo is the Sacramento airport in California. Funny art piece I reckon.

Blogger Sigivald said...

Almost certainly neither a bomb nor a missile, but a drop tank (external disposable fuel tank).

Very popular for salt-flats racing conversions in the past.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best Peugeot bunmper i've seen!

Blogger alvarhillo said...

I love the vintage GPS.

Blogger Avi Abrams said...

Thank you Sigivald - post updated

Anonymous Anonymous said...

yep, the Sacramento airport suitcases are art - supposedly a whole lot of lost luggage. It's really neat to look at.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The text under the picture of the vintage car with the brooms says: "Nail protection". This is probably how that car owner used to protect his tires from punctures by nails deliberately scattered on the road.

PS - Your name suggests you might already know it by yourself, but I thought it would be nice to share it with other non-Hebrew speaking readers. Cool post!

Blogger Avi Abrams said...

Itay - thanks for this interesting bit (I only know Hebrew alphabet, can't red though)

Anonymous Anonymous said...

WoW...So Great!
Thanks for your sharing !

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