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Artful Dodger Collects Your Loose Change While You Rock

by Hazel Chua
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Apparently, rocking chairs are pretty hot commodities nowadays. Following fast on the heels of the Rocking-Knit chair and the iRock  is the Artful Dodger. Doesn’t sound like something you’d name a rocking chair, but designer Sam LOmingshum (no, that uppercase “O” isn’t a typo) did so with good reason.

You see, the Artful Dodger isn’t just a rocking chair. It also happens to be a thief. Well, sort of.

Artful DodgerIt’s never a good idea to sit and rock on a rocking chair if your pockets are full. If you’ve tried doing so with change in your pockets, then you know what I mean. Sam and his artfully dodgy chair are also well-aware of this fact.

So when you start rocking and your coins start falling out…

Artful Dodger

…the Artful Dodger will take care of collecting all your loose change. It’s sort of like any automatic piggy bank – for the owner of the chair, that is.

Artful Dodger

[via Chair Blog]



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