The 'Nea Bank' Uses a Head for Money Storage

By: Allison Love - Published: May 5, 2010 • References: kibardindesign & designspotter
Tired of that lowly bowl at home that collects your spare change? Look no further then the Vadim Kibardin's Nea Bank -- an art piece that acts as a place to store coins.

The Nea Bank is a piggy bank in the shape and form of a Neanderthal's head. It is not only completely useful for storing money, but ads a certain flare to a room. Personally, I would claim to be a history buff and spark some debate over evolution vs. adam and eve. The Nea Bank essentially is insanely multi-purposeful as a conversation piece, a bank and of course, as a piece of art. Stats for Headbust Banks Trending: Older & Chilly
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