The Prairie Campfire by Kodjo Kouwenhoven is Fire-Building for Idiot

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Apr 1, 2010   Updated: Jun 13 2011 • References: & mocoloco
If you're constantly bewildered about how to place your firewood when building a campfire, the Prairie Campfire is for you. Kodjo Kouwenhoven designed the unusual apparatus, which would take the place of an instruction-free camping firepit.

The Prairie Campfire looks like a six-pointed star. Pieces of wood go in each point, forming a picture-perfect campfire. If you are campfire-challenged, definitely check the Prairie Campfire out.

Implications - With eco-conscious consumers on the rise, there is a demand for products that promote outdoor activity. Customers now seek to interact and benefit from their environment, and items that are entertaining or educational can aid in this. Companies should adapt their products, or create new ones to supply this "green" market with environmentally interactive options. Stats for Instructional Fire Containers Trending: Older & Mild
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