Ouch! This collection of spiky innovations can hurt you if you get too close. From cactus chairs covered in thorns to spiky stilettos, this pointed group of products proves that not everything in this world is warm and fuzzy.
I'm particularly fond of the spiky bolero jacket sported by musician Fritz Helder. What's your spiketastic innovation of choice?
Implications - Spikes, studs and other coutorture pieces are more prevalent in today's fashion industry than ever before. It seems that things that were once seen as taboo are becoming widely accepted by society, starting with the fashion community's fascination with the dominatrix aesthetic. This may be a result of the power-woman movement of the can-do female in today's society.
Spiky Sculptural Lighting
James Clar's ‘Spike Light' Looks Like a Giant Weapon
Cool, Blue Lighting By Designer, Tom Kirk
Spiky Bracelets Keep People at a Distance, Stylishly
The Jonco Watch Looks Dangerous But Could Be Practical
Seating That Puts a Prick in Your Pants
Prickly Jewelry by Barbara Uderzo
A Pocket Plant You Can Take With You
Dolce & Gabbana's Tribute To The 80's
Green Cactus Building Sheds Sustainable Spikes in Qatar
The Porcupine Light with Retractable Spikes
Spiked Bolero Jackets
Fritz Helder is Fierce for Carl W. Heindl
Thorny Dish Racks
Hedgehog Dish Drainer
Freaky Naughty Accessories
KinkLab 'Vampire' Gloves Are Perfect for Spiky Seduction
Spiked & Feathered Sandals
Outrageous Givenchy Shoes Scream Drama & Sass
Extreme Torture Shoes
From 4-Legged Boots to Porcupine-Spiked Heels