Amsterdam-based jewelry designer Ted Noten creates very unusual and almost controversial works of art. He aims to make most of his designs usable and wearable while combining these unique artistic attributes.
The latest work from Ted Noten will excite those who are trigger-happy. Labeled 'dior001,' this unique nylon-bodied firearm is crafted to holster your daily medication. Noten experimented with other ideas he could turn the firearm into and came up with some clever creations. The dior001 was turned into a firearm that could apply lipstick, nail polish, hold a USB stick and much more unconventional ideas.
You may think that a pistol-shaped makeup applier may not be practical, but it is definitely an amazing work of art for whatever you will use it for.
Photo Credits: designboom, tednoten
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