Public phone booths can have the strangest designs, as these below prove. Here are 29 weirdest public telephones ever. Some look really great, like the ice phone booth from Aliaska or the one completely covered in knitting, while others are rather peculiar. It would be great if there were these unique phone booths all over the world in all cities instead of the boring old ones.
If you somehow end up in Russia you'll probably stumble upon some of these shark booths. Artist Renald from Petrozavodsk thought it would be interesting to replace regular phone booths with these. I agree. it's great!
Honestly, I can't see the connection between Sweden and Chinese rickshas, but it looks awesome. I wonder how is it that these booths didn't pan out.
This unique phone booth that is completely covered in knitting can be seen in London. Unfortunately, we don't know who is the artist or where did (s)he get the idea for this creative phone booth design, but it's really colorful and lively. It would surely brighten up any grey concrete city.
Ice phone booth looks really cool, literally as well. The only problem is that we can't have anything like this in the continental areas during the summer.
This looks really profitable. I hope the phone-rider stops with pedaling while you're talking, because I really can't speak when I run.
Apparently, you can find this in Toronto. It is a relics from a time when a "text" was a book and a "mobile phone" meant one with a really long cord.
Well done Zurich... Making us all feel like two hundred years behind you, considering that this picture was probably taken sometime during the 90s.
Here is one piece of work done by the world wide well-known and somewhat notorious artist, Banksy - the Banksy's phone booth. I'm pretty sure he was inspired by all those low budget crime movies in which the murder takes place in some public phone.
This is my absolute favorite! This would come in really handy for all those people that have that nasty habit of speaking too loud in a public places or in transportation. Also, it would be rather useful for the numerous love birds that need to express their affections in the same places.
Some guys hacked an old hair dryer into a portable phone booth called Â âComet Phone Boothâ.
This adorable phone booth designed in the shape of a tea pot (or is it the other way around - a little tea pot in the shape of a phone booth) simply screams Britain. It even has a small crown on the top as a symbol of the royal family. It doesn't get more British than this.
It would be really great to talk inside of a phone booth designed like a cute glass owl. She would take care of what you say and make sure everything that comes out of your mouth is pure wisdom.
Actually, I'm not really sure if this is a squirrel or not, because I can't see if it has tail, but anyhow, I'm guessing it is located in some National Park, Zoo or something like that.