While my hairdryer is basic and black, some aren't content with that. Some, like Patrik Blundell, create graffitied hairdryer designs and give them to hairstylists like Millenium Hairdesign.
This hairdryer creation by Patrik Blundell uses markers and spray paint, and the end result is a cool comic-inspired hairdryer that is sure to impress people at Millenium Hairdesign. This is making me rethink my contentment with my hairdryer...
Implications - LAST SENTENCE?
Graffiti represents an edgy culture of urban cool. Product that have graffiti on them are imbued with coolness. Companies looking to gain a greater share of the market should consider creating products that have an edgy, urban feel. Toasters oven would work well.
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