09 July 2008

The Eye Trumpet

Double blind field tests have commenced on my patented Eye Trumpet, and early results seem promising. A portable version available here.
Watercolour and indian ink. 17cm x 13cm. Click to enlarge.

10 comments:

Curious Art said...

Is that a giant nipple approaching from above?

neilornstein said...

“The eye of man hath not heard, the ear of man hath not seen, man's hand is not able to taste, his tongue to conceive, nor his heart to report, what my dream was.”
William Shakespeare

Larry Eisenstein said...

I want to order the inverted model please when it goes into production. I hate the big picture. If i was a bug with a multi faceted eyeball I'd buy cataract transplants.

Is this your day job Ellis? How do I get into research and design in the UK?

Rico said...

What does it do?

© Paul Anthony Ramsden 2020 said...

impressive site....some of you work is very inspirational.

ElizT said...

Are you due for new specs?

Kevin Musgrove said...

Is it available in polished copper?

Steve said...

In a way, I suppose these could be seen as an antidote to your specjewcles

, the sort of thing you'd wear when you're starting to see the world in too circumscribed a manner.

switch said...

I've always thought a 'trumpet lip' was kind of sexy, but not so sure about a 'trumpet lid.'

Anna Nadler said...

Hehe, double blind study on an eye trumpet, you sure know how to play with words, very funny and kinky too!