Aesthetic products created by Artori Design

Aesthetic products created by Artori Design
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These cool day-to-day products created by Astori Design are beautiful, aesthetic, well crafted and dabbled in humor. Get one for your home and office directly from Amazon.

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Warming Man – Metal Candle Holder

Candle holder in the shape of a black silhouette of a man, basking in the candlelight. The product utilizes humor and not just the beauty of the candles, but also the heat the candles produce. This is a charmingly designed accessory that radiates a soft, pleasant and atmospheric light, and raises a smile.

 

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Falling Books – Metal Bookend Decorative

Falling bookend supports the books at a surprising, not straight angle, which makes the whole thing stand out on the shelf and creates interest and humor. The unique angle will allow you to easily read the titles printed on the books’ spines. The bookend is inserted in a concealed manner within the first book being supported. Great product for every home.

 

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Spare Some Change – Saxophonist Coin Holder

Where do you put the coins you take out from your pockets when you reach home? Don’t just drop your small change on the table.. a street musician will be grateful if he gets it, throw it into the plate in front of him.

 

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Black Cat and Dog Paper Towel Stand

This is not your ordinary paper towel holder! Take a closer look and you’ll see a dynamic scene unfolding of a dog barking at a cat that’s climbed up the tree (the top part of the holder). Made of metal, this piece adds flair to your kitchen and makes wiping spills a fun experience!

It makes a great housewarming gift and is available in black, gray or red. An original design by Israeli artist Ori Niv.

 

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 In Treatment Tissue Box Cover 

A stylish cover for a tissue paper box of a standard size. The cover is placed over the box and shows in silhouettes at a situation of a psychological treatment – the tissue paper is placed between the therapist and the patient… (like in real life).

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