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March 12, 2010

Pitchfork Coatstand

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Created by Cologne-based designer David Olschewski.

176cm H x 52cm Ø.

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What were you, raised in a barn?

Posted by: Flautist | Mar 13, 2010 2:39:56 AM

Ditto to Kay. I thought the shovel was bad enough. Curve the tines, perhaps, for an artistic spin and a functional piece. Since women are likely the primary buyers of coatstands (Sorry guys, but we know you just drop them on the floor), we can safely file this under "What are they thinking?"

Posted by: tamra | Mar 12, 2010 8:44:16 PM

E-e-e-e-w.

It looks as though the pitchfork will make holes in the clothing. My mother used to yip about hanging items up properly, no 'pukas' in the garment, no jabbing garment over a hook, etc., etc.

Posted by: Kay | Mar 12, 2010 7:58:36 PM

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