Teddy Bear Blood Bag Written by Valentina on February 8, 2011. Posted in design Teddy Bear Blood Bag, designed for pediatric transfusions by Dunne & Raby… [via lustik] You may also likeNaritaka Satoh Disturbing paintings of teddy bears and children by Naritaka Satoh... [via hfa] Jason Freeny’s Teddy Bear Fetus Jason Freeny is working on an upcoming exhibition named "Love Moment" and this is one of the piec...Blood Concept Blood Concept is blood type bottled and sold as fragrances:"BLOOD CONCEPT is a private celebratio...Murder & Suicide Jewelry Murder & Suicide, a Jewelry Project by Lucas Mongiello... Absolute Bloody "Playing on the well-known Bloody Mary legend, my design of this multifaceted handheld mirror ref...Teddy bears protecting children from monsters Sweet halloween dreams, a beautiful drawing by begemot on Deviantart... Stephanie Metz Teddy Bear Natural History, a project by Stephanie Metz... I'm totally in love with those felted...Weird Nesting Dolls Amazing Nesting Dolls by Katya Malakhova... [via thisisnthappiness] Bloody cutting boards "Husband" and "Better Half" chopping boards by Sebastián Errázuriz... (via) The Roadkill Carpet The Roadkill Carpet is a product by Oooms Design: "Do you know the feeling that you do not wan...Liquid Lamp Liquid Lamp, by Kyouei Design... Teddy Has An Operation Teddy Has An Operation,” a dark-humored video by Ze Frank... [via laughingsquid] Tags: blood, children, design, dunne & ruby, hospital, teddy bear Trackback from your site. Soleil I’m an industrial design student, so when I saw this, I both cringed and nodded in approval. I see where it was going for the whole teddy bear comfort appeal… but honestly, I find it a bit unsettling and sadistic. As far as design goes.. It’s completely inefficient. The blood would pool in places like the hands and foot. With a transfusion as precious as blood, you really want to get as much bang for your buck, per se, and be able to use every drop in the bag. Perhaps a better design, structurally, would be of a simple classic heart-shape. The fluid (be it blood or otherwise) would flow completely to the bottom and thus fully effective. The shape of a heart is also comforting as it stands for love and care… And that way, kids won’t think that their teddy bears, too, are filled blood.