A Mask That Feeds You Algae Grown By Your Breath And Powered By Your Voice
No, we did not stroke out while typing the above subhead.
Futurologists often speculate on what humanity will look like once we inevitably merge with technology. According to artists Michael Burton and Michiko Nitta, we will all be mixed-race Cthulhus.
Apparently the R'lyeh garment district tends toward the avant garde.
The Algaculture suit is inspired by a species of sea slug that feeds on algae and then absorbs the photosynthetic ability. The result is that they never have to eat again, instead gaining sustenance from light and carbon dioxide. According to the artists, humans could one day harness this power with the help of technology, simultaneously solving the shortages of both food and quality cephalopod fellatio porn.
Michael Burton & Michiko Nitta
Kissing, flossing, and vomiting may get a little awkward, though.
The apparatus captures the carbon dioxide from your breath and feeds it to an ever-growing reservoir of algae. When you get hungry, you simply slurp the concoction like a slimy green milkshake through the world's most horrifying crazy straw. And because sound helps to stimulate algae growth, the process is powered by your voice, which means that you're basically feeding on your own day-to-day banalities. Jesus, that sounds like an ironic punishment the devil would develop for people who won't shut up about their vegan diet.