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Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Ornithes clothes hangers designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Ornithes clothes hangers designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Ornithes clothes hangers designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Cuckoo - artisan figurative clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis

Cuckoo

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Figurative Clothes Hanger

A unique artisan handcrafted clothes hanger with a strong symbolic figurative reference to the Cuckoo bird. The figure and the artistic connotation of it’s shape offers a new experience of a hanger and highlights any garments on it and generally it’s everyday use. The metal figure of the Cuckoo is made of iron and has a matte black color, while the wings are made of natural solid oak wood in natural color with soft wax coating to more velvety texture. Most of all, this object suggests a unique design luxury gift with strong environmental sensitivity and symbolism.

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The Concept

The Concept

A unique artisan clothes hanger family, crafted from solid wood and steel. This group consists of eight distinct ornithological figural representations: Cuckoo, Turaco, Woodpecker, Mynah, Flamingo, Hawk, Ibis and Goose. Available in two variations of with and without a lower steel bar for hanging extra wearables.

 

Nature facts

Nature facts

The cuckoos are generally medium-sized slender birds. The majority are arboreal, with a sizeable minority that are terrestrial. The family has a cosmopolitan distribution, with the majority of species being tropical. Some species are migratory. The cuckoos feed on insects, insect larvae and a variety of other animals, as well as fruit. Some species are brood parasites, laying their eggs in the nests of other species, but the majority of species raise their own young. Cuckoos have played a role in human culture for thousands of years, appearing in Greek mythology as sacred to the goddess Hera. In Europe, the cuckoo is associated with spring, and with cuckoldry, for example in Shakespeare’s Love’s Labours Lost. In India, cuckoos are sacred to Kamadeva, the god of desire and longing, whereas in Japan, the cuckoo symbolises unrequited love.