Nothing says it better than buying nothing. It's actually true, and you can buy Nothing for $6.
From I Want One of These:
What better present for the person who has everything than a poignant reminder that they want for nothing? This lovingly crafted vial of emptiness is filled to the brim with unfettered nothingness. Free from the burden of possessions, the weight of responsibility, Nothing is as idiotic as it is brilliant.
Indeed even old Macbeth, though mad as a kipper, realised that life, whilst full of sound and fury (and that was before iPods) is inherently daft and ultimately signifies Nothing. And let us not forget, that 'Nothing' is so important that most of our universe - and the contents of a lot of people's heads - appears to be made up of it.
It's a statement, an empty gesture if you will, a nod at the futility of ownership, and yet despite 'Nothing' being nothing, it is of course packed with millions of protons, neutrons and what have you, which is pretty good for Nothing.
1. Minimalism - Creating products or experiences that celebrate the absence of material possessions.
2. Conceptual Art - Exploring the idea of nothingness as a thought-provoking and meaningful concept in art and design.
3. Anti-consumerism - Challenging the notion that acquiring material possessions is essential for a fulfilling life.
1. Art and Design - Opportunities for artists and designers to create works that challenge traditional notions of value and ownership.
2. Gift and Novelty - Creating unique and thought-provoking gifts that appeal to individuals seeking unconventional presents.
3. Self-development and Wellness - Promoting the idea that true happiness and fulfillment can be achieved by embracing simplicity and letting go of materialistic desires.