Elephant Hooks by 8 Grade Public School Students in Chicago
In their natural habitats, a baby elephant will grab onto its mother’s tail for security. Because t...
In their natural habitats, a baby elephant will grab onto its mother’s tail for security. Because they travel in herds, 44 eighth grade public school students in Chicago wanted to create a product that would represent that and also be attractive to a family. The solution is the 'Elephant Hooks' that helps people store their coats, bags and important belongings. Elephant Hooks are designed in three different sizes – baby (small), mama (medium), and papa (large). They are made from laser cut and formed steel that are powder-coated with a colorful and durable coating. Each elephant easily screws into your wall with the screws serving as their eyes. Seeks funding at kickstarter.