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Jae Kyung Oh Designed the LUMBERJACK Hair Dryer with a Compact Form

 - Aug 27, 2018
References: behance.net & yankodesign
Designer Jae Kyung Oh designed the LUMBERJACK hair dyer to imitate the look of how lumberjacks hold an axe in a piece of wood. The hair dryer is something that plays a role in many daily routines and Oh noticed that there needs to be a design that also offers a compact storage option for the commonly used household item. The hairstyling tool is far too often crammed into drawers messily, but the LUMBERJACK hair dryer looks for a clever way with the inspiration of the axe.

Axes grasp onto pieces of wood and hold itself up -- similarly, the LUMBERJACK hair dryer has a wall-mounted cradle, giving a place of compact storage for the dryer. The theme carries forward into the structure of the dryer as well, as it boasts a more rectangular structure than that of a cylindrical hair dryer.