You've heard of piggy banks, but have you heard of piggy banks made of dead pigs? Harry Allen has come out with a series of gold, white, chrome, or hot pink money storers that are made from deceased pigs.
This is by no means your average piggy bank, as the luxe gold version will set you back $190--and your friends and neighbors might might think you are a bit odd.
Implications - Products that take their names to a more literal sense continue to gain acceptance within society. The use of dead pigs within these taxidermy piggy banks demonstrates that consumers are interested and enthralled by products that test the boundaries of acceptance.
Harry Allen Makes Luxe Money Storers Out of Dead Pigs
1. Literal Products - Products that take their names to a more literal sense continue to gain acceptance within society, presenting opportunities for innovative and unconventional designs.
2. Boundary-pushing Products - Consumers' interest and fascination with products that test the boundaries of acceptance opens up possibilities for disruptive and attention-grabbing designs.
3. Luxury Piggy Banks - The introduction of high-end piggy banks made from unconventional materials provides opportunities for creating unique and luxurious money storage options.
1. Product Design - The trend of creating literal products and boundary-pushing designs presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the product design industry.
2. Home Decor - The emergence of luxury piggy banks opens up new avenues for innovative and high-end home decor items.
3. Consumer Goods - The demand for unique and attention-grabbing products like taxidermy piggy banks creates opportunities for disruption and differentiation in the consumer goods industry.