Cancan Coat Hanger by Alexandre Kumagai & Paulo Neves
by Harry / January 22, 2013
Four identical pieces of wood tied together with a single leather cord create a visual pattern reminiscent of the corsets used by 19th century Parisian music hall cancan dancers.

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"The curves of the coat hanger aim to convey the movements of the 'cancan' dance. Traditionally 'cancan' dancers must be 1,70m in height, which is the same height of the coat hanger." say Kumagai and Neves.


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