Selma Durand always has her eyes on how to reinterpret something in a new and exciting way. This time she sets her sights on what it means to collect change.
When people collect large amounts of change, there's a certain expectation that comes with it. The sad part is that expectations rarely line up with the reality of the situation. Coins often measure out to be less money than we initially think. If we take it from a different approach though, we'll find that it's not so bad.
Selma's "Piggy Bank" measures out money up to a single euro. The brass top dips with the more money that's added and when the brass top meets the lower lip the owner knows they have one euro.