Every Penny Counts: This Artist Created a Clear Acrylic Structures to be Completed With Coins – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Every Penny Counts: This Artist Created a Clear Acrylic Structures to be Completed With Coins


Get involved in completing an acrylic structure, and make it your own sculpture.

Beyond holding a round capital when completed (£5, £20, £100, …), this new intake on a money box will contain the souvenirs of a personal experience and challenge. Up to the owner to empty his urn, flowing back soulful coins to the market stream, or to keep it, enjoying the sweet sight of fruitful efforts.


Brought into the context of charities, the Collectionnées transform a fundraising into an appealing artistic experience.


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