Third year design student David Suhami made the "Animal Pocket Knife" for a studio course at
Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv. As he explained to Designboom, "the piece is made for adults who still enjoy playing with small objects.
it combines the idea of a swiss army knife and a jungle safari in africa. the prototype is made from stainless steel to represent the
current technology while the handles are made from fine tabebuia wood to symbolize the traditional craft."
Hell, I'd buy one and fidget for days with it.
david suhami: animal pocket knife
(Thanks, Fipi Lele!)
Just look at it. (Thanks, James!)
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