Exvacator. Excavator. Mycrotocle. Motorcycle. Chaty. Yacht.
When playing Scrabble, or even Words with Friends for that matter, the act of untangling anagrams is half the fun. But what if these brain-twisting anagrams existed as real world objects?
JVG, a Madrid-based CGI studio, recently asked themselves that question as part of a design and rendering exploration appropriately titled “Scrabble”. Like the jumbled words themselves, the vehicles depicted in the series are vaguely familiar if you know where to look:
Similar to sketching or modeling mechs and robots, design exercises that jumble multiple separate elements together into a unified form are among one of the most effective ways to stretch your design muscle:
Whether your design tool of choice is a pencil or a mouse, how many zany objects can you come up with?