Earlier today, we brought you the ten best plants for apartment dwellers. But now you need somewhere to put your greenery, and we love the idea of incorporating dry humor and edgy design into the items we select to decorate our homes.
Wyatt Little, a Texas-based product designer, takes an unorthodox approach to design, using uncomfortable and unfortunate life experiences and translating them into physical products everybody can relate to. His planters range from shoes hanging on power lines to Slinkies, but they maintain an artistic beauty that would work well with any piece of greenery.
The Little and Big Old Wrinkly Pots were designed to embrace the concept that beauty is in the flaws. They come in black oil slick glaze or white pearl glaze, as do the sneaker pots and baseball cap pots. Though we enjoy the shiny look, we also like the more rustic unfinished clay of the Slinky pot.
You can read more about Wyatt Little’s process and playful work by visiting his website.
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Images courtesy of Wyatt Little