This quirky corkscrew design from Suck UK cleverly transforms useful tools for bottle-opening, uncorking and cutting into the limbs of a pirate. The Legless Corkscrew designed by Nick Lerwill gives the pirate a blocky, makeshift leg made out of cork whenever a bottle of wine is opened.
The design of this multi-tool has parts that are not only practical, but also quite charming, since the character’s arms and legs move to serve a purpose and simultaneously animate the pirate.
Although it's a bit abstract, the design is packed with pirate-like details, from the earring-like hook on the side of its head to its eyepatch and the parrot that subtly rests on one arm of the Legless Corkscrew.
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This Suck UK Corkscrew Design Takes the Shape of a Pirate
- By: Laura McQuarrieJan 22, 2014