grégory marion: clothes peg for plants
‘clothes peg for plants’ by grégory marion images courtesy of grégory marion
french designer grégory marion has created ‘clothes peg for plants’, a system of delicate stakes that pinch and support overgrown plants.
mimicking both the form and function of the traditional clothes peg, the re-interpreted object secures itself to the side of a pot where it twists and bends to accommodate the organically growing vegetation.
the clothes pegs are handcrafted from wood and are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, allowing them to suspend other precious objects as well.
forks allow the pegs to clamp to a variety of objects
detail of the twisting branches
(left) a series of pegs support a plant (right) detail
a variety of sizes can be used in combination with eachother
a variation of use
here are some images from the construction process:
clothes pegs (9 articles)
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