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NEWTON: picking fruit

Sep 27 2012, 2:00 pm 0 Marco Russo

A simple idea, a colored wall stirrup created by American designer David Saldoff. An original fruit container that comes from happy childhood memories of the designer, when as a kid, stretching out his arms to the branches of the tree, he picked and chose apples. Simple moments of joy and serenity, positive experiences that through “NEWTON” he tries to let today’s children experience, who are used to live in large cities among gray landscapes and cement skyscrapers.

Designer: David Saldoff

Tags: color cool creative design designer fruit inspiration shelf steel

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