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These Snail Hooks Grip the Wall for an Unending Upwards Traverse

 - Sep 10, 2012
References: huset-shop & notcot.org
Challenging gravity like their living counterparts do, these Snail Hooks appear to be ascending the wall amidst a journey that will -- in this case -- never be completed. Made from concrete, these lovely little insectile fixtures are anchored to your drywall or brick to act as solid pegs for the suspension of your possessions.

At 11 centimeters long, these iconic items don't simply blend in the way that the teeny-tiny real ones do. Big, bulbous and smooth with their necks and heads extended, they become decorations in addition to practical interior pieces.

Designed by Ingibjorg Hanna Bjarnadottir, these Snail Hooks would be at home in front foyers, bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens. They're ideal for hanging scarves, hats, jewelry, towels and so much more.