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Nuisance Machine by Andrew Friend Triggers New Social Networks

 - Oct 10, 2009
References: andrewfriend & dezeen
I’m not sure if the best way to win friends is by dripping dye on their clothes or interrupting them, but British designer Andrew Friend has created a series of devices that do just that.

Designed to be installed in the workplace, the Andrew Friend designed ‘Nuisance Machines’ are intended to provoke reactions from users. His machines drip dye on other people’s clothing, interrupt their conservations, and slap them on the heels as they walk through a hall. You can check out more work from Andrew Friend at the link below.