We challenged Joseph Herscher, a London-based inventor who finds creativity in mundane moments to put our adventure-ready Bounce Case to the test.
Joseph uses his wonderfully absurd Rube-Goldberg machines as a way to capture the delightfully silly journey that your phone may go through.
Because, yes, life can throw a lot at you, but you gotta bounce right back.
Through all of Life’s Bumps and Hits, We’ve Got You Covered.
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Rediscover the Joy of Playful Creative Innovation with Joseph’s Machines
Watch the four-month journey of ideation, Zoom calls, design breakdowns, and a whole lot of Scotch tape that led to building Joseph’s Machine.
hours to build machine
failed attempts while building
phone drops and hits endured during testing
What Goes on in the Wildly Genius Mind of Joseph
Describe your design ethos in one sentence
Familiar objects used in unfamiliar ways
If you could dine with any creative icons, living or passed on, who would they be, and and why?
Rube Goldberg, Heath Robinson and Buster Keaton. Rube and Heath both invented the genre of chain reaction machines (100 years ago) so obviously I want to meet them. Buster Keaton, I just want advice on how to do bigger stunts without harming myself.
When you eventually retire as an innovator, what’s the legacy you want to have left behind?
Retire?! Why would I ever retire? Building machines is too much fun! When I die, I would like my legacy to be a contraption that can dig my own grave.