May 4, 2012

Lauded for his ability to destroy household objects
and sell them for exorbitant amounts of money,
acclaimed grifter Pierre Zinfandel's one-of-a-kind pieces
lend "vintage-meets-post-apocalyptic" appeal to every space.
With its side brutally and irreparably smashed in, 
this nostalgic radiator is an unexpected mix
of industrialism and garbage.

$4000




4 comments:

Girliest Nerd said...

I love you, whoever writes this!

Doodle Bean II said...

Way back when I worked for a medical device company, we used to used the compressed air to blow defective heart-lung machine heat exchangers into interesting shapes. They were just going to get thrown out anyway...

Now if I had only known to slap some paint on them, I coulda made a fortune!!

NonnyMus2 said...

Anthropologie is also carrying Pierre's Smashed Bumper in Three Acts, Car Bumper Supports Mangled in a Collision with a Mad Cow and, in a radical departure from auto parts, Crushed Bathtub in White and Silver.

Ooh la la!

marjzilla said...

"this nostalgic radiator is an unexpected mix
of industrialism and garbage."

heavy on the garbage.