A couple of years ago I was on a hunt for the quintessential shaving blade; I saw more than a number of different style before settling on one, but never did I come across such a deadly looking one as the George Christou ‘G Blade.’
Looking more like a weapon than a safe shaving knife, the George Christou ‘G Blade’ resurfaces the classic butterfly knife with a gangster twist. The designers take? Shaving is for men. With the art of shaving slowly dying, Christou has decided to take matters into his own hands.
The George Christou 'G Blade' Looks like a Deadly Weapon
1. Gangster-inspired Shaving Tools - There is an opportunity for designers to create more unique and masculine shaving tools, using gangster-inspired aesthetics.
2. Reviving the Art of Shaving - Entrepreneurs may want to focus on reviving the art of shaving, offering unique and stylish shaving tools to appeal to modern men.
3. Combining Form and Function - Designers can explore ways to make everyday items more visually striking while maintaining their utility, as seen with the G Blade.
1. Men's Grooming - The men's grooming industry can benefit from innovative products that capture the attention of male consumers who are willing to pay for quality and style.
2. Cutlery - Cutlery manufacturers can extend their product lines to include unique, eye-catching blades that appeal to a wider range of consumers.
3. Fashion and Accessories - Incorporating gangster-inspired aesthetics in fashion accessories can appeal to consumers who appreciate bold and edgy designs.