Photographer Justin Poulsen created a truly memorable promotional mailer package by building a set of USB thumbdrives that look like real severed thumbs.
The process of mold-making, pouring and painting resulted in some disturbingly realistic digits. A working USB drive was embedded in each one. Poulsen was aiming to make an impression on potential clients, and he certainly succeeded with these creepily amusing tech accessories.
A creative promo package from Canadian photographer Justin Poulsen features these handmade thumbdrives. The USB drives were made from a mold of Poulsen's own thumb, with each painted by hand to give it a realistic look.
Photographer Justin Poulsen enjoys making props for his conceptual photo projects rather than creating everything digitally. These images show him creating a mold of his thumb that was used to create a series of USB drives that look like severed digits.
This messy-looking process resulted when creative photographer Justin Poulsen made a mold of his own thumb to build a set of severed-thumb USB drives. He used the mold to produce a series of the drives, each of which was finished and painted by hand.
Photographer Justin Poulsen used these fleshy-looking molds to create a set of icky USB drives that take the nickname "thumbdrives" literally. Each fake "thumb" has a working USB drive embedded. The drives are part of Poulsen's 2015 promotional mailer campaign.
No, this isn't a scene from a horror movie. It's photographer Justin Poulsen painting a molded thumb to look like a real one. The thumb model contains a USB drive used as part of Poulsen's promotional mailer campaign for 2015.
Photographer Justin Poulsen created a set of severed-thumb USB drives. Known for crafting physical props to use in his surreal images, Poulsen started with a mold of his own thumb and crafted a series of fake thumbs with working USB drives inside.
Photographer Justin Poulsen put together this promotional mailer package with an eye toward making a lasting impression. It includes a severed-thumb USB drive and an eye-catching image of a hand missing its thumb. It's designed to attract clients who are looking for a daring photographer. Yeah, Poulsen definitely gets a thumbs-up for creativity.