Most people have seen umbrellas that are designed in the shape of different types of weapons, and Alex Woolley continues that design style, but with a twist.
It's normally the handle of the umbrella that's designed in the form of a rifle or even a samurai sword; Alex Woolley has done the same thing with a handgun, but in a functional fashion. Don't worry, this little revolver doesn't actually fire bullets; instead, it's a water gun. The top is actually funneled so that it catches rain and forces it into the squirt gun. The way I see it, carrying this umbrella around during a thunderstorm will give you a never-ending supply of ammo.
Unfortunately, Alex Woolley's umbrella is only a concept. Hopefully it will come into fruition, because I'd buy this in a second.
Alex Woolley Designs an Umbrella that Encourages Playing in the Rain
1. Water Gun Umbrellas - Designing umbrellas with water guns built into them to add a fun element to an otherwise boring rain protection device.
2. Functional Weapon Design - Incorporating a functional element to everyday use items such as umbrellas, to make them not just aesthetically pleasing but functional as well.
3. Multipurpose Rain Protection - Innovating rain protection devices to do more than just keeping one dry during the rain but also allow users to have fun while doing so by adding water guns.
1. Outdoor and Adventure Gear - Designing and incorporating various functionalities into everyday gear for outdoor activities such camping, hiking, and more.
2. Toys and Games - Integrating new and unique features into classic toys and games to add more play value, such as water gun umbrellas.
3. Fashion Accessories - Incorporating fun elements into fashion items, such as umbrellas, to add more interactivity and playfulness to everyday items.