Some of us need a little help keeping our homes in order. Especially when some of us live with messy musical types who manage to cover any available surface with a combination of spare change, crumpled receipts, cords, keyboards and the occasional guitar.
Whilst I'm not too sure how to handle the stray musical instruments
that plague my apartment, I suspect the other usual suspects could be
taken care of with a few pieces of cardboard and a very clever design.
are the creation of Shea Springer and Tim Karoleff, both industrial
design students who are already making a name for themselves as Ampersand.
Inspired by clusters of barnacles and simple geometric shapes, their
die-cut cardboard Wallpockets are part wall art, part ingenious storage
With the ability to be manufactured in any combination of colours,
these little guys are also designed with a flat pack adhesive-free
assembly. What's not to love?