When we look at kids saving their coins in a small toy bank, don’t we too feel like becoming a part of their group? Even if we have a requirement or not, it seems to be a fun activity to save some money in our own piggy banks. This money box, Crunch, has especially been designed for adults who wish to save some coins for occasional requirements or even as a hobby. Created by the designers Trevor Vaugh and Nic Shannon, this money collector has a shape that reminds us of a cute tall kid who always keeps smiling when he gets a coin on his hand.
Crunch is created in a long tubular form that has a small foot and two strong arms. With its little footprint and arms, it offers a welcoming gesture while happily hanging or leaning against a wall or just anywhere in the house where coins need to be saved. It has specifically been given such a positive face so the users gets motivated to save money when they look at it. On the other hand, its cork stopper allows saving a handful of coins together. One would always want to tip it for doing its work so well.
This lean kid has multipurpose arms that can also be used as handy hooks during the time it remains hung on a sidewall. You may hang your blazer or a light bag on to its arms. If you place this money collector in a corner on the floor, its arms would act as the standing support. You may feed it some coins from the top, or it can also gulp coins through its mouth. When you need some coins, just open its cork to take them out. Crunch is a very cool object to keep anywhere where the money is.
Via: Vaugh Shannon