This is the first inspirational publication that present disability artifacts in a new light. It is a bridge between user and producer aiming to open their eyes to the possibilities and new values that these vital body accessories can bestow upon the user.
Here disability aids become a stage to discuss, understand and cope with disability, illness and human frailty.
Back braces are the first representatives of bodily differences; moulded and tailor-made around the body they are a cumbersome second skin. They are reinterpreted with the aim of transforming them into objects of desire and representative skins.
Canes are one of the most iconic objects of disability, used by a large number of people at any stage of ailment or injury.
They are reinterpreted as extensions of the body; externalizations of the process the body is undertaking or veritable pieces of furniture.