'Thee Apple' by Thomas Stanley can double as a bird feeder and an ornamental piece of decoration. In hopes to create the predominantly "unappreciated and undesirable object into a thing of beauty much like the birds that use them," Thomas Stanley's 'Thee Apple' definitely manages to fulfill these desires.
'Thee Apple' boasts a unique modern design, allowing birds to access its seeds from all angles, reassuring that Thomas Stanley has done his job.
Implications - Consumers are attracted to products with nature-inspired elements because they've become agitated with technology's over-involvement in their everyday lives. Corporations looking to appeal to consumers undergoing technological stress may consider utilizing naturalistic textiles in their wares.
Ornamental Bird Feeders
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