Fun and creative wall hooks by Thelermont Hupton

It’s always fun to be original. And the best thing is that you can do that in almost any domain. A great example for that is this very interesting collection of wall hooks. It’s amazing how something so simple and basic as a wall hook has been turned into such a fun and creative item.

This collection was created by Thelermont Hupton. These unusual and funny hooks feature various designs. Notice the hand-shaped hooks that express different attitudes. There’s the “thumbs up” hand, the “hello”, “shake, “okay”, “up yours”, “point”, ”peace” and “rock on”. They are all fun and creative and they feature a very simple design that doesn’t interfere with the message. All these messages are transmitted without saying a word and they can really brighten up the atmosphere.

The collection includes other designs as well. For example there’s also a range of knifes and other utensils from the kitchen and these might even be more functional because of their shape. The wall hooks come in several different colors including black, pink, orange, red and white. They are made of composite materials with a glossy lacquered finish. I find this collection very interesting and original. It’s a very creative collection and any of these hooks would look great and eye-catching on the hallway or anywhere else. They are good-looking, colorful, fun and functional, all at the same time.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on December 30th, 2011


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