It's perfectly fine if you don't know what Austrian designer Clemens Auer has created, here. Fun fact: These near-complete metal circles are actually tweezers. Auer's tweezers are made out of a single sheet of metal and are meant to mimic the shape your fingers make when pinching something.
Many classic grooming tools have received updates over the years, but tweezers seemed to be impervious to the march of time. (If something isn't broke, don't try to fix it and all that.) Clemens Auer's tweezers are great because they concentrate of changing the form, leaving the function intact. The designer calls the tweezers "poetic," and while that may be taking things a bit too far, they're still creative and awesome to look at nonetheless.