The Corezone is like a piggybank for thoughts, feelings, dreams and wishes, which are arguably more valuable than money. Shaped like a heart, a real human heart with ventricles and everything, the Corezone is made out of ceramic. The 'ventricles' act as the openings that people use to put their sentiments in. Unlike a piggybank, the Corezone doesn't have another bigger opening to cash in the items placed within. Instead, the Corezone has to be broken as if it were a fortune cookie.
Created by Dorota Skalska and Agnieszka Mazur, the Corezone was made in "an attempt to fulfill emotional needs by the means of an object, a try to withhold immaterial being in a material space." It was displayed at DMY Berlin.