In seeking to "Recherche autour des expressions françaises," French product designer Lucas Lorigeon devised this unusual outdoor object:
To explain the application:
I do wonder: Are the cigarette butts meant to be dropped down the spout? That's undoubtedly a fire-safe way to go, but cleaning it out would get pretty gross.
Be great if built in such a way that rain would fill it up. Fun idea.
Maybe have the table and leg separable from the can for easier watering? We could use one on our patio.
As an objet d'art, it's amusing but this is a product that suggests several uses, but none of them would work well together. The size of the spout and the weight it adds would make watering ANYTHING a pain. And, as a table, beware the hole in the middle. This belongs with other Chindogu products, I feel.
I’m a lapsed industrial designer. I was born in NYC and figured I’d die there, but a few years ago I abandoned New York to live on a farm in the countryside with my wife. We have six dogs.
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