Andrew Neyer's Home Furnishings Turn Puns Into Literal Objects

By: Misel Saban - Aug 30, 2016
References: andrewneyer & fastcodesign
Andrew Neyer is a whimsical decor designer that often adds his quirky personality into his collections, and his recent houseware line turns puns into literal objects. The household design collection takes inspiration from well-known wordplays to create comical and playful pieces for the home.

The collection is inspired by the designer's fascination with puns and how modern design can be used to explore the witty phrases. The line includes items such as book ends shaped like worms playing off of the saying 'book worm' or a tissue dispenser box called 'Taffy' that makes the Kleenex look like the candy wrapper. The added whimsy brings an element of humor to hosuehold objects that can otherwise be mundane and boring. The minimalistic designs and bold use of color render the collection extremely modern.