Tripple decker Phone Booth
With the design straight out of a sci-fi scene, this phone booth, found in Zurich, can stand for itself as a street art piece in case it's no longer used as a phone booth.
Woodden Phone Booth
WaterBoat Phone Booth
Stuffed Phone Booth
Built sometime after WWII Pacific Bell in California for nearby miners to use, Mojave phone booth was never called until 1997. A guy had read about the booth and called the number over and over again until a desert dweller answered. The endeavor was soon spread all over the Internet and people started calling just to see if someone would answer and to talk to strangers. Travelers drove for hours just to answer the phone. In 2000, the once abandoned phone booth was finally closed because it was ... getting too many calls.
Salt n Pepper Phone Booth
Smileys Phone Booths
A street artist in Russia did an amazing work to turn the local boring phone booths into lively shark booths. One must see the human head disappearing behind the intimidating jaw to admire the beauty of the artwork. Unfortunately, the owners of the local phone company are businessmen, not artists. The immediately sent the repairmen to turn the booths back to their deep-blue virgin state.
Knitted Phone Booth
This Twitter booth foresees a day where Twitter is as necessary as phone in 1990s. Even though the idea is cool, it's quite unlikely that a Twitter nuts would go out unarmed by his smart phone.
Some guys hacked an old hair dryer into a portable phone booth called "Comet Phone Booth". By default, the device remains in standby mode but once the user sits on the chair and puts on the helmet, a red light glows up signaling that 'it is in use'. The user keys in the number using a hefty keypad. Brilliant science application, but if I have to choose between a weird looking portable phone booth and a modern cell phone, I'll pick the later one.
Police Station Door Phone Booth
This fish tank made out of an old phone booth is an incredible recycled art created by Benoit Deseille and Benedetto Bufalino, for "le festival Lumieres de Lyon", the annual festival of light in Lyon, France. In case of emergency, just try not to break the glass.
Parrot Phone Booth
Created by the world renowned street artist Banksy, the crumpled red phone box with a pickaxe in its side, apparently bleeding, is a stunning visualization of the undeniable death of old school telecommunication.
New York - one of the most exciting cities on earth - wouldn't let itself left behind in this phone booth competition. Its phone booths are simple yet stunning. Somehow the middle light's not working makes the set up kind of art.
Monkey Phone Booth