Police Mug Shot Mirror.
Rikkis, a door-to-door taxi company, used clever posters to promote their services. When viewed in the reflection of the mirror, they gave the consumer the impression that they were posing for a mug shot.
“Who tall are you” Mirror
Are you mini like Kylie? Or a mountain like Hulk Hogan? Measuring your height with numbers is SO last decade – we all gauge our heights by celebrity now, darling. This tongue-in-cheek mirror lists 120 celebrities by height. Watch your friends loiter in front of it, trying to be more of a James Dean than a Ben Stiller.
London Underground Mirror
This mirror provides a wonderful focal point in any room and helps you plan your journey effectively whilst you make sure you look ready for the day ahead! The Tube Map Mirror is made from high quality 6mm glass mirror which has been produced via Suck UK’s own special process. The map itself is displayed in gold and is concealed behind the glass (not printed on the front).
If we didn’t know better we’d have said that this was the mirror that inspired Mr Gallagher’s ‘Morning Glory’ lyrics – “all your dreams are made when you’re chained to the mirror and the razor blade”. The Razor Blade Mirror is the most cutting edge (sorry) mirror we’ve seen in eons. Put it in pride of place in your sitting room for a hint of Sweeney Todd macabre or what better design for your bathroom’s shaving mirror. This mirror is just the thing to have you looking razor sharp all day.
The Skateboard Mirror give you a Hiphop style bathroom. For those who like the quirky side of life, try our skate board mirror… to be admired but definitely not to be ridden!
Touch Screen Mirror for playing iPod
New concept for your bath mirror! Maitre mirror from Stocco of Italy comes with a touch screen console that includes a built in radio, clock and barometer, a mirror demister with a sensor. What we like best is its ability to control and playback audio.
Silk Printed Mirror
Fitted with a car windscreen wiper you can vamoose that pesky condensation with one fail swoop. No more ugly wet hand marks or toilet paper fluff left on your looking glass and also doesn’t it just look pretty slick? Quirky and practical, you’ll always be able to see your lovely mug in this mirror.
Designed/constructed by Alpay Kasal. This is a patent pending touch capable mirror. The interactive mirror features proximity sensors, gesturing, and both nearfield and farfield infrared. They’re meant to be the bathroom of the future, complete with news and weather to accompany your toothpaste in the morning. However, interacting with buttons and animation layered on your reflection and the world behind you is unlike any other touchscreen experience.
The Mirror Man
, ambling outside the Griffith Observatory on a pleasantly sunny day in October of 2009