New York designer Nikolas Bentel is known for pushing the boundaries of conventional aesthetics of objects and we can see this clearly by his latest creation — a "Memphis-style" porcelain pipe that individuals can use to smoke marijuana.
Previous endeavors of Nikolas Bentel include a pair of squiggly glasses and non-traditional chalk shapes. Much like the eyewear, the porcelain pipe boasts a curvaceous silhouette that is only enhanced by the absurdity of format and choice of color. Appropriately dubbed 'The Wiggle Pipe,' the appearance of the object references the stylistic teachings of the Memphis Group — a design and architecture movement that was founded in 1980 by Ettore Sottsass.
Playful and vibrant, Nikolas Bentel's porcelain pipe will surely provide individuals with an accessible tool for smoking.
Photo Credits: Dezeen/ Nikolas Bentel