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clip and tweet: bird attraction by nitsan hoorgin
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sep 24, 2013
clip and tweet: bird attraction by nitsan hoorgin


clip and tweet: bird attraction by nitsan hoorgin
all images courtesy of nitsan hoorgin

 


 

wanting to keep the bird and its meal the center of attention, israeli designer nitsan hoorgin from HIT – holon institute of technology in israel has created ‘clip and tweet’. the brief was to design a product for the garden, and the food device aims to attract birds using bread leftovers. a real-life interactive accessory that brings a new type of ‘tweeting’ to the home. the product is easy to use, reliable and recyclable and sure to be a hit with new avian garden visitors.

 

 


the device lets you clip left over pieces of bread to it

 

 


front view

 

 


side view

 

 


illustration

 

 

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