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ecflagcorp's picture
ecflagcorp
Activity Score 108

Eh. Not crazy about the artwork at all. Looks almost like something you'd find in a kids room, especially with the faces on the trees. And seriously, I know how technology is rapidly changing the consumption of energy, but those batteries put out that much light? They might last 30 mins, if that long. You'd have to go through so many batteries to keep the light bright enough, in turn makes more waste. So I'm not so sure this is a revolutionary idea.

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monicamexico
Activity Score 830

Eh. It's okay.

thirty6chambers's picture
thirty6chambers
Activity Score 1464

pretty cool

lawrencevon's picture
lawrencevon
Activity Score 143

good. subtle. though, might be too subtle for the traveler (or whoever's staying in the hotel room) to notice.

rebelscum's picture
rebelscum
Activity Score 2110

Meh. Looks like a stunt. I doubt weary travellers will appreciate being advertised to in the sanctum of their hotel rooms. (not to say we shouldn't exploit that tho...) Confused about the weird art on the wall...

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I have thousands of pencils and $1.50 so I'm off to Starbucks

gmint7's picture
gmint7
Activity Score 2683

:::J:::

i think its very original
great work!

travellers need batteries too...

:::J:::

fersvax's picture
fersvax
Activity Score 1239

You must know your client. It's not VERTA it's VARTA!!!

FER.

ecflagcorp's picture
ecflagcorp
Activity Score 108

Eh. Not crazy about the artwork at all. Looks almost like something you'd find in a kids room, especially with the faces on the trees. And seriously, I know how technology is rapidly changing the consumption of energy, but those batteries put out that much light? They might last 30 mins, if that long. You'd have to go through so many batteries to keep the light bright enough, in turn makes more waste. So I'm not so sure this is a revolutionary idea.

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