Tech designer Paul Granjon has created one of his most bizarre and scary works of art yet. Furman is a six-foot exact replica of a monster he saw in his dream that only has legs, is covered in fur and delivers swift karate kicks.
When Paul Granjon awoke from this odd and scary dream, he instantly began to sketch this monster he was confronted with. Soon, he developed a fully automated model that actually kicks and looks exactly like the one in his dream.
Furman by Paul Granjon is a Recreation of a Bad Dream
1. Nightmare-inspired Artwork - Opportunity for artists to tap into the concept of nightmares and create unique artwork that resonates with people's fears.
2. Automated Sculptures - There is opportunity for designers to create more interactive sculptures that can mimic human movements and expressions.
3. Dream-inspired Inventions - Companies can explore the possibility of designing inventions that are inspired by dreams or nightmares, for example, devices that help alleviate sleep-related issues.
1. Art and Design - Artists and designers could use nightmare-induced inspiration to create unique and cutting-edge works of art.
2. Robotics - The development of more realistic, humanoid robots that can perform a wider range of movements can be expanded upon.
3. Technology and Invention - Dreams and nightmares can be studied and analyzed in order to create new inventions and products that can positively impact people's wellbeing.